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Knowing his personal life, Red Eye presenter born in California did his schooling from Junipero Serra High School who later completed his graduation from University of California.

On July 11, 2011, Gutfeld became a co-host/panelist on the Fox News political opinion discussion program The Five.
Gregory John "Greg" Gutfeld (born September 12, 1964) is an American television personality, political satirist, author, humorist, magazine editor, and blogger.
Gutfeld was one of the first posting contributors to The Huffington Post from its launch in 2005 until October 2008; frequent targets of his sarcasm included his colleagues Deepak Chopra, Cenk Uygur, Arianna Huffington, and Huffington Post bloggers.
Since February 5, 2007, Gutfeld has hosted the hour-long Fox News Channel late-night program, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, which airs at 3 a.m. Eastern Time.
The editor of U.S. "Esquire" wrote Gutfeld’s superior at "Stuff" magazine denouncing Gutfeld as "the boorish personification of Nietzsche’s observation that ‘there is nothing more frightening than ignorance in action’," and went on to demand that Greg be fired.
Greg Gutfeld’s 82-year-old mother in California phones into his Fox News show, "Red Eye", as his "Senior Correspondent" commenting on the news of the day.
Though Greg Gutfeld’s exact birthday was a mystery, however, numerous sites and a couple of newspaper stories indicated his birth year is 1965.
Greg Gutfeld’s blog at the "Huffington Post" was so provocative that some readers started a petition at Petition Online to have Greg’s blog removed.
Early in his career, Greg Gutfeld became embroiled a men’s magazine editorial war.
Greg Gutfeld’s condominium in New York City is one block from the News Corporation offices.
As a child in California, Greg Gutfeld was expelled from school for igniting a firework in class.
Greg Gutfeld, a veteran of Dennis Publishing, edited the U.K. edition of "Maxim" from 2004-2006.
(Photo : Flickr) Greg Gutfeld’s wife is being sought by online netizens today following the commencement of the national book tour of Fox News Channel’s host.
Greg Gutfeld’s wife is being sought by netizens today following the commencement of the national book tour of Fox News Channel’s host last week.
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Has degree in English from University of California – Berkeley, Greg Gutfeld began his professional career as a writer, writing for such publications as American Spectator, Prevention, and Men’s Health.
American television personality, political satirist, humorist, magazine editor and blogger, Greg Gutfeld has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
In 2007, he became the host of Fox News Channel’s “Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.” He currently resides in New York City with his wife, Elena Moussa, whom he met in London.
He is the author of four books, among them, "The Bible of Unspeakable Truths," which garnered praise and pithy quotes from the likes of Dennis Miller, Mike Huckabee, Ann Coulter and the late Andrew Breitbart, founder of and, who said: "Trust me, you don’t want him setting his sights on your hypocrisy and public failings." Consider yourself warned.
He helmed Maxim magazine in the U.K. and was a contributor to the Huffington Post, where he became legendary for his "inspired, lunatic ridicule of his leftwing fellow Huffers." He’s been published in countless magazines, has appeared in too many profiles to mention and was only fingerprinted once.
During the May 20 edition of Fox News’ Red Eye, host Greg Gutfeld criticized Ellen DeGeneres for "announc[ing] on her show that she’s marrying the stunningly hot Portia de Rossi." Gutfeld said: "As you know, seeing Ellen happy makes me happy, for everyone should be happy with the one they , be they straight, gay, transgendered, bicurious, master, slave, S&M, or even Belgian — especially Belgian, those miserable bastards deserve it." Later, Gutfeld added, "For me, public exhortations of are no different than telling everyone how great your bowel movements are since switching to All-Bran — no one gives a [bleep] except you." Gutfeld then said: "And so, this is why I never discuss my marriage with anyone, which is the main reason why John Stamos and I are so happy together.
On Red Eye, Greg Gutfeld criticized Ellen DeGeneres’ announcement that she plans to marry Portia de Rossi: "For me, public exhortations of love are no different than telling everyone how great your bowel movements are since switching to All-Bran — no one gives a [bleep] except you." Gutfeld then said: "And so, this is why I never discuss my marriage with anyone, which is the main reason why John Stamos and I are so happy together.
He also hosts Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld which is a late night news satire program which is also on the FOX News Channel.
Greg Gutfeld’s newest book, The Joy of Hate: How to Triumph over Whiners in the Age of Phony Outrage.
Yes, he is short, dark haired and funny, but, No Greg Gutfeld is not Jewish.
Greg Gutfeld is an on-air personality on the FOX News Channel.
Sorry ladies but yes, Greg Gutfeld is married to Elena Moussa.
There are a lot of women who are attracted to Greg Gutfeld and wan to know if he is married.
For one reason or another, a lot of people ask if Greg Gutfeld is gay.
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Greg Gutfeld is 5′ 5" (1.65 m) according to his IMBD page.
Greg Gutfeld is to conservatives and Libertarians what Jon Stewart is to Liberals.
However, the answer to the question is no, Greg Gutfeld is not gay.
Politically, Greg Gutfeld identifies himself as a libertarian.
However, even though he is a raised-Catholic agnostic, Greg probably is still ethnically Jewish since he has an Ashkenazic Jewish surname–German/Yiddish "good field".
Bill was one of the first people I met at Stuff, I think he was my associate editor or features editor, and the first time I met him he said, "I’m the guy you’re going to fire," which is what I liked about him.
Beginning his career in magazines, he traversed a career path through various publications from the US to the UK, from Prevention (while smoking heavily) to Stuff (where he hired several little people to cause a commotion and create buzz at the 2003 Magazine Publishers of America conference).
They go, "We’re putting out a news network and we’re going to find the people that want fair and balanced." They figure if you put out a show, see how it works, if it doesn’t work, eh, if it works great and that’s how you got this show.
I really enjoyed doing that, because you actually get to create a sputtering rage where people can’t even respond and are threatening you, and I learned from that, but I kind of already knew because I went to Berkeley, that the most tolerant people on the planet are also the most intolerant.
You’ve spent the majority of your career in media in the magazine industry, first at Men’s Health, then at Stuff, and finally at Maxim UK.
“The Daily Show” correspondent Samantha Bee put on a one-woman show last night dedicated to the love story between two of Fox News’ “The Five” co-hosts: “young girl new to the bit city” Dana Perino and “rebelicious” Greg Gutfeld.
Bee concluded with uncontrollable anguish at the revelation that Gutfeld is married to another woman in real life (Perino is also married), but still “gallivanted around” while allowing “precious Dana” fall in love with him.
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Bee then played a montage of warm moments between Perino and Gutfeld, turning to the story’s other suitors for Dana: co-host Eric Bolling and “villain” Bob Beckel.
Last year she was escorted from Fox studios after what she described to us as "a format change in the show from ‘politics and news’ to ‘tits and ass,’ which fell outside my area of specialization." (As to the photo at left, Marseden has said on her website it was taken "just for fun" for a site called "Babes for Bush.") Marsden, also known as Canada’s answer to Ann Coulter, has totally moved beyond all her Fox woes, she writes in two not-at-all-bitter emails to Gawker, reproduced after the jump.
Yesterday, it was brought to my attention by a friend in the media who was also in attendance that my former co-host at Fox News, Greg Gutfeld, insisted on planting security guards on "Rachel watch" at the door of the CPAC Reason Magazine party – just in case "scary Rachel" showed up.
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Assuming it’s partly true, why on earth would Gutfeld allow his date to go off with the predatory Perrine when he didn’t want reciprocation? And, even if wildly exaggerated, why would Gutfeld, a man who has traded on a reputation as one of the few red-blooded heterosexuals in media, tell a story which makes him look an impotent cuckold? There’s only one explanation: late at night, at a bar or on his TV show, Gutfeld will say literally anything to get attention.
According to one of the many present that evening, he began regaling the crowd with an account of a small dinner party hosted by Steve Perrine, former creative director of Men’s Health, now editor-in-chief of Best Life, a magazine for middle-aged men who lead lives of silent desperation.
Gutfeld claimed he had no particular idea of the evening’s agenda, but the dinner ended with his date in bed with Perrine, while the Red Eye opinionator was left with his host’s wife.
She was so upset, at the situation or Gutfeld’s reluctance to exercise his partner-swapping rights, that the macho former magazine editor spent the evening sitting on a log, consoling the sobbing woman.
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We all love you Greg! You are by far the coolest dude on television I hope your fame and fortune continues to grow.
It might take ten years or so for him to finally come out and hold court on the circuit party scene, or this might be a case like with Rock Hudson and Liberace where the truth only comes out once Barack Obama has passed on far into the future…but there’s just no reason for guys like Kal Penn and Reggie Love to play the strange roles that they have played in Barack Obama’s life unless they were his boyfriends.
After he leaves the White House and exiles himself in Hawaii come 2013, supposedly to focus on building his presidential library in Honolulu (but, I think, in no small part to scope out the hotties in their board shorts), I bet Barack Obama will nurse his wounds and discover his inner fabulous.
Thus when Fox reports on (false) claims that President Obama seeks to limit military voting, they report to an audience that has for years absorbed a fictitious narrative about systematic presidential disrespect for the military.
While the show runs largely on jokes, riffs and loopy news bits, it’s prevented from relaxing too much into apolitical anarchy by the hand of Fox News president Roger Ailes, who dropped sultry conservative Toronto Sun columnist Rachel Marsden smack in the middle of the merry band of pranksters to make it clear that politics with a rightward bent is still the Fox brand, particularly if it arrives on long legs.
Greg Gutfeld, host of Fox News’ bawdy, blogger-friendly 2 a.m. chatfest Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld, was smoking outside the Landmark Tavern in Hell’s Kitchen on a recent Sunday night and talking about the changes wrought on his physique since his TV show debuted in February.
If Red Eye isn’t quite Fox’s answer to The Daily Show—that distinction belongs to Fox’s truly awful The ½ Hour News Hour—the show’s giddy roster of New York–area media stars and camera-craving bloggers, who are probably unknown and unattractive to the vast majority of Fox viewers, is evidence that Fox wishes to make itself a respectable place to do business for the next-generation New York media elite.
“Because I want to say something funny, but I’m too busy going, O.K., what do I do next?” The surreal feeling of the show blends into the type of commercials running at that insomniac hour—Vermont Teddy Bears, adjustable beds, giant tomatoes.
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Fox News co-host Greg Gutfeld on Tuesday seemed to find something amusing the deaths of children in cities like Chicago as he asserted that all 17 year olds killed by guns were in gangs.
And levy is the best part of the show 🙁 Even though I’ve only seen it twice; and the clips that get posted here.
I can’t decide which part I like best: the “Craig will eat him” anecdote, the description of Bill Schulz as “Muppet-like,” or the suggestion that GG is essentially a high-functioning alcoholic.
I wonder, can he be that funny while sober? Or are we in for a Janine Garafalo-type personality melt-down when he starts going to AA so that Ailes won’t fire him and take away the show.
I’ve got my fingers crossed that my part will be restored in the unrated DVD version of the article, which I believe is due out drops sometime in the fall.
Levy, I don’t believe for a second that anything of a sexual nature you’re involved in doesn’t require alcohol.
On behalf of everyone at Reason, I would like to send condolences to Greg Gutfeld, the host of Fox News’ Red Eye and co-host of The Five, on the death of his mother Jackie, after a long illness.
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Gutfeld was a prominent presence in the early years of the show and her on-air conversations with Greg were funny, insightful, and one of the things that made Red Eye both unique and successful.
But he might want to reinstate this one, because it so precisely nails the comments Gutfeld and his colleague Eric Bolling made Wednesday about UAE pilot Mariam al Mansouri flying bombing missions against ISIS.
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His fellow Fiver Eric Bolling believes that the increase of women in the workplace is destroying the American family and causing more abortions.
Despite the presence of female hosts and co-hosts, Fox News is an organ (!?) of the white, Christian, American patriarchy which would love to return to the days when women were happy housewives and, as God instructs us, very submissive.
OMG, Jon Stewart just smacked down Bolling BIG time and used his “boobs” comment as a part of his commentary.
Bolling said that after he went home, last night, he got "the look." (Probably got lots of "the tweet," too!) He said that he apologized to his wife and then apologized to the viewers.
And if I may quote a bit of Stewart’s rant to Bolling – “eff you and your all your false patriotism”.
Greg Gutfeld is not an actor, rather he is a political satirist, humorist, magazine editor, blogger and news opinion show host.
After heading up Maxim magazine in the UK and a stint as a contributor to the Huffington Post, Gutfeld began hosting opinion programming for Fox News.
Originally a staff writer at Prevention magazine, Gutfeld later became the editor-in- chief of Men’s Health magazine.