Greg Gutfeld

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Relationship Timeline Of Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld married to Elena Moussa on 2004

American television personality, Greg Gutfeld is well known as the host of the weekly comedy and politics show, The Greg Gutfeld Show. He is also known as one of the five panelists and co-hosts on the panel talk show, The Five. Recently, he featured as a guest in the news series, Fox Files in 2019.

Greg is considered as one of the registered Libertarians and often proclaimed as one who is an ideologically conservative republican. Other than that, he is a married man.

Greg Gutfeld & Elena Moussa' Conjugal Life

Greg Gutfeld and his spouse, Elena Moussa tied the knot on December 2004, in New York City, New York. Moreover, the nuptial ceremony was held at the "Midtown Loft & Terrace" among their closed ones.

Greg Gutfeld with his spouse, Elena Moussa
Picture: Greg Gutfeld with his spouse, Elena Moussa. 
Source: Instagram @realgreggutfeld

Greg's sweetheart is an entrepreneur and former model. Currently, she is serving as the owner of a women's clothing store, Moussa Project in Moscow, Russia. 

Besides, the couple will celebrate their 15 years of togetherness in coming December 2019, but they are not expecting their first child anytime soon. Currently, the pair resides in New York.

How Did They Meet?

The soulmates had their first encounter at Maxim Magazine in London, where Greg was for three years in 2004. He foolishly hit her for three days and finally asked her out on a date. 

Greg Gutfeld with his wife, Elena Moussa in Antiparos, Greece
Photo: Greg Gutfeld with his wife, Elena Moussa in Antiparos, Greece. 
Source: Instagram @realgreggutfeld

Shortly after, they started dating and seen each other for five months before officially getting hitched. Moreover, they never miss a chance to praise their partner in interviews

Net Worth - $5 Million

Greg Gutfeld has an impressive wealth of $5 Million as of 2019. He earns an annual salary of $800 Thousand from his profession.

Gufeld is one of the Fox News anchors who maintained a handsome net value. Just like her, E.D. Hilland Ellison Barber are also working in the same news channel. So, Hill and Barber have a worth of $1 Million and $13 Million.

Earnings from Books

Greg Gutfeld wrote numerous books as of now. Recently, he published a new book, The Gutfeld Monologues: Classic Rants from the Five on 31st July 2018. Moreover, the price of his book is $11.30, including 82 used ($2.29), 57 new ($5.50) and one collective ($14.95).

Greg Gutfeld's new book, The Gutfeld Monologues: Classic Rants from the Five
Frame: Greg Gutfeld's new book, The Gutfeld Monologues: Classic Rants from the Five. 
Source: Amazon

The author also wrote a book called How To Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct which costs $17.50 including $1.85 (100 used), $10.39 (34 new) and three collectives from $12.22. Similarly, his other books are Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You, The Joy of Hate: How to Triumph over Whiners in the Age of Phony Outrage Greg Gutfeld, and various others.

Family Background

Greg Gutfeld was raised as Roman Catholic and once served an altar boy in the church. Back in 2011, in an interview, he called himself an "agnostic atheist."

Childhood photo of Greg Gutfeld
Image: Childhood photo of Greg Gutfeld. 
Source: Instagram @realgreggutfeld

Gutfeld graduated from Junipero Serra High School. Upon graduation, he enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley where he received a B.A. in English degree in 1987.

Career Highlights

Gutfeld rose to stardom as a co-host of an American talk show, The Five in 2011. He also starred in the news talk show, Tucker Carlson Tonight from 2017 to 2019.

The TV personality made his debut appearance as a panelist in the news talk show, Hannity from 2009 to 2012. Similarly, his other television works are The O'Reilly Factor, Fox, and Friends, etc.

Justification for Canadians

Greg Gutfeld and his panel discussed Canadian Lieutenant General, Andrew Leslie's statement proclaimed that the Canadian Army might require a one-year training before their 2011 mission in Afghanistan on 17th March 2009. Later, Doug Benson, a comedian panelist said,

 "I thought that's where you go if you don't want to fight. Go chill in Canada."

Gutfeld then provided his thoughts saying,

 "Isn't this the perfect time to invade this ridiculous country? They have no army!"

After the segment, it created full attention and disapproval in Canada following the death of four Canadian army officers in Afghanistan three days earlier the announcement.

The Canadian Defense Minister, Peter MacKay shout on Fox Channel to apologize for the insulting comments, describing the expressing as despicable, hurtful and ignorant. In response, Gutfeld said that the show is satirical and irreverent.

Check out Greg Gutfeld's Opinion on Canada's Mission in Afghanistan

On 8th August 2010, Greg Gutfeld stated that he decided to construct New York City's first Islamic-friend gay bar next to the Park51 Islamic community center.

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