Greg Gutfeld is a famous television personality from America.
Greg Gutfeld or Gregory John Gutfeld was born in the year 1964 on September 12th. He was born in San Mateo, in California. He was the only son of Alfred Jack Gutfeld and Jacqueline Bernice. He was sent to the Junipero Serra High School to receive education. When he joined the University of California in Berkeley, he pursued his education with English and achieved a bachelor’s degree in the year 1987.
Gutfeld got married to his wife, Elena Moussa in the year 2012 whom he met in the New York City. Later, he settled with his wife in London and the couple was also blessed with a baby boy. The couple is very happy in their personal life with their only child and there is no such news regarding their split.
Greg Gutfeld started his career just after he finished his university studies. He joined as an assistant writer in The American Spectator. He left The American Spectator when he was offered the position of a staff writer at the popular magazines ‘Prevention’ and ‘Emmaus’. Later, he also worked as an editor in Emmaus, a city in Pennsylvania.
In the year 1995, he joined the Men’s Health, as a staff writer. He soon received a promotion in Men’s Health, in the year 1999 to become the editor in chief. However, later in the year, when Gutfeld was offered the same position by the Stuff, he accepted it and left the Men’s Health where David Zinczenko replaced him.
The most popular event of his professional life took place in the year 2003 during the conference of the Magazine Publishers of America when he appointed many dwarfs to the conference. The topic of the conference was “buzz” and the conference also gained much popularity amongst the common mass and also on official grounds. His career graph also went high with this conference and he was offered a promotion by Dennis Publishing to become the Brain of Development of their company.
In the year 2004, he edited a popular UK magazine. In the year 2005, he became the first person to contribute to The Huffington Post. He also managed the page named as the Huffington Bloggers. Gutfeld was a very famous personality in The Huffington Post due to his humour and a number of his videos are still available on the official website. He joined the Fox News Channel in the year 2007 on February 5th as a host of the program named as Red Eye.
Most of the programs hosted by Gutfeld were late night programs such as The Five and The Greg Gutfeld Show which continued for long hours. These programs fetched him much popularity from the common mass and the number of his followers also increased. He also launched his own blog named as The Daily Gut after his great professional success. The immense success of his career gives us an estimate of his high net worth though the exact amount has not been mentioned yet.