Who Is Greg Gutfeld?
Gregory John Gutfeld, born on September 12, 1964, is a prominent American television host, libertarian political commentator, comedian, and author.
His distinctive style and opinions have had a huge effect on the media sector. The Greg Gutfeld programme, which aired on Saturday evenings from May 2015 until March 2021, is presently presented by Gutfeld. Gutfeld! is a late-night humour chat programme.
The Fox News Channel is well-known for having Gutfeld as a host of both Gutfeld! and as one of the co-hosts and panellists of the political chat show The Five.
Due to his interesting and sometimes amusing perspective on politics and current events, his presentations have attracted a sizable audience.
Greg Gutfeld was brought up in a Roman Catholic household and was born in San Mateo, California. He attended the all-boys, Roman Catholic Junpero Serra High School. Later, he continued his study at the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned his bachelor’s in English in 1987.
Gutfeld’s political outlook changed while he was a college student. After being exposed to both liberal and conservative beliefs, he changed from being a conservative to a libertarian. Their propensity to moralise, which he saw to be the worst part of both sides, was where he found common ground.
After graduating from college, Gutfeld started his career as an intern at The American Spectator, serving as R. Emmett Tyrrell’s assistant.
Later, he held staff writing positions at several journals, including Prevention magazine and Rodale Press magazines. He finally took over as Men’s Health magazine’s editor-in-chief in 1999 but was then succeeded in 2000.
Additionally, he was Stuff magazine’s editor-in-chief, where he considerably expanded the publication’s readership.
When he hired dwarfs to attend a meeting on “buzz” organised by the Magazine Publishers of America in 2003, Gutfeld’s career took an unexpected turn.
He was fired from Stuff magazine as a result of this publicity stunt, which gained him fame. From 2004 till now, he served as the editor of Maxim magazine in the United Kingdom.
Along with his editorial work, Gutfeld was one of The Huffington Post’s first commentators, contributing from the publication’s start in 2005 until October 2008.
He often had heated discussions with coworkers like Deepak Chopra, Cenk Uygur, and Arianna Huffington.
On February 5, 2007, Gutfeld made his television debut as the host of the late-night chat show Red Eye on the Fox News Channel.
Throughout its duration, the programme broadcast at various times before coming to an end in 2015. The Five is a political discussion programme that airs on weekdays at 5:00 PM ET. Gutfeld joined the group in July 2011.
The Greg Gutfeld programme, which Gutfeld began presenting on Saturday evenings in 2015 and then changed to Gutfeld!, a weekly late-night chat programme, debuted. It was announced in 2021 that the programme will switch to weeknights and change its name to Gutfeld!. The programme picked up steam rapidly and outperformed rival late-night conversation shows in the ratings.
Greg Gutfeld has been honoured for his services to the media industry during his career. He was ranked as the 12th most powerful person in American media by the website Mediaite in late 2021.
Does Greg Gutfeld Have Siblings?
Yes, Greg Gutfeld is known to have three siblings but their identity and personal life are not known as the prominent American television host, libertarian political commentator, comedian, and author has not made them known.
He has kept the identity of his siblings very private as they also go about their own life.
Greg along with his siblings was raised in San Mateo, California and were very devoted Catholics.