Brian Kilmeade Bio, Wiki
Brian Kilmeade is a popular American television and radio presenter and political commentator at Fox News. He co-hosts Fox’s morning show on weekdays, Fox and Friends. Brian also hosts the Fox News Radio program The Brian Kilmeade Show. So far he has been credited as a co-author on fiction and non-fiction books. Previously he was a freelance sports anchor at WVIT (NBC) in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1997.
In addition, he was a sideline reporter at MSG’s coverage of Major League Soccer, specifically for the MetroStars.Brian also served as both feature reporter and anchor at Newport where he hosted Newport Journal, which is a daily magazine show for the national sports network. Moreover, Brian anchored Scoreboard Central, a live half-hour general sports program. As for his website biography, Brian has 10 years of experience as a stand-up comedian.
Brian Kilmeade Age
He was born on May 7, 1964, in New York City, New York in the United States. Brian is 56 years old.
Brian Kilmeade Height
He is a man of average stature. Brian stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7 m).
Brian Kilmeade Family
He was born and raised in New York by his caring and dedicated father and mother. His mum is called Marie Kilmeade.
Brian Kilmeade Wife | Children
He happily married his lovely wife named Dawn Kilmeade. Dawn and Brian are happy together and there are no questions about a divorce among them. The two have 3 children together namely Bryan, Kaitlyn, and Kirstyn. He is known to be a caring and loving father and also husband. Brian n makes sure that he has free time with his family.
Brian Kilmeade Education
In 1982, he graduated from Massapequa High School. Brian attended LIU Post in 1986, in Brookville New York, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.
Brian Kilmeade Fox News
He began his career in journalism as a correspondent on Channel One News which is a daily national high school television news program. Later on, Brian worked as an anchor and host at KHSL-TV in Ontario, California. In addition, Brian co-hosted The Jim Brown Show on KLSD, an all-sports radio network. He came to Jim Brown as part of the announcing team for the inaugural Ultimate Fighting Championship event, conducting post-fight interviews in 1993. Brian moved in 1994 into the play-by-play role for UFC 2 and UFC 3.
Most importantly, Brian filled in the Fox News Radio time slot of former Fox anchor Tony Snow, who had left the network to become the White House Press Secretary for the George W. Bush Administration in April 2006. Most recently, Brian is a frequent anchor of The Five airing nightly at 5 p.m. eastern on FNC. In 1998 Brian co-hosts Fox’s cable morning television show, Fox and Friends, along with Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt. Brian also hosts the Fox News Radio program The Brian Kilmeade Show and hosts “What Made America Great” on Fox Nation.
Brian’s colleagues at Fox News include:
Mo Elleithee– contributor
Jacqui Heinrich– general assignment reporter
Laura Ingle – Correspondent
Jack Keane– security analyst
Phil Keating – correspondent
Mike Emanuel – political correspondent
Benjamin Hall – foreign affairs correspondent
Steve Hilton –political commentator
Steve Heyes– news contributor
Brian Kilmeade Radio Show
As the “Fox and Friends” ends Brian runs up the 18 floors to do another three hours on his radio show. He gets to expand upon the knowledge, humor, and wit America loves in a fair, funny, and informative way. With interviews second to none, he talks to the biggest names in news, sports, and entertainment, such as FOX personalities like Tucker Carlson and Chris Wallace plus politicians, newsmakers, and, of course, his amazing listeners. Join in on the fun, The Brian Kilmeade Show airs LIVE on weekdays from 8 AM to 11 AM CT right on NewsTalk 1290. You can Call the show: 1-866-408-7669
Brian Kilmeade Books
He has written 5 books, 4 New York Times bestsellers: The Games Do Count It’s How You Play the Game, and recently, he wrote George Washington’s Secret Six”, “Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates and Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans co-written with Don Yaeger. Number 6 is in the service and will be announced this fall and be released in 2019. All sales of the books have been bought by more than 2.5 million readers worldwide and counting.
Brian Kilmeade Email
If one needs to contact Brian you can get to him via these two emails @yahoo.com. and @foxnews.com
Brian Kilmeade Streaming
He was named co-host of Fox and Friends, where he still thrives today since joining the channel. The show powered its way to the top spot in morning cable TV in 2000 and remains up to date. After Fox and Friends from 6 to 9, AM ET. He has the privilege of hosting his nationally syndicated radio show, “The Brian Kilmeade Show” on Fox News Talk from 9 to 12 noon. Brian’s show just broke the best 20 as one of the most powerful on the radio by “Talkers Magazine”.
Every weekday morning, Brian provides viewers with the latest on the breaking news, sports, politics, and entertainment. He has developed the ability to interview and provide insight into newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and athletes at Fox News.
Brian Kilmeade Salary
He earns his salary as a co-host at Fox’s morning show on weekdays, Fox and Friends, and the Fox News Radio program. Therefore, Brian earns a decent salary. Brian’s average salary is $97,307 per year.
Brian Kilmeade Net Worth
He earns his income through his career as a co-host at Fox’s morning show on weekdays, Fox and Friends, and the Fox News Radio program. Therefore, he has accumulated a decent fortune over the years he has served. Brian’s estimated net worth is $991,413.
How Old Is Brian Kilmeade
He is a 56-year-old who was born on May 7, 1964, in New York City, New York in the United States.
Is Brian Kilmeade Married
Brian married his lovely wife named Dawn Kilmeade. Dawn and Brian are happy together and there are no questions about a divorce among them. The two have 3 children together namely Bryan, Kaitlyn, and Kirstyn.
Who Is Brian Kilmeade
Brian is an American television and radio presenter and political commentator at Fox News. He co-hosts Fox’s morning show on weekdays, Fox and Friends.