Kim started her career as a prosecutor in San Francisco until she elected as District Attorney and fired fourteen of the city's prosecutors in 1996. She worked for four years as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles and earned wide recognition and several awards including Prosecutor of the month.
Furthermore, Guilfoyle also served as an Assistant District Attorney in the San Francisco District Attorney's Office from 2000 to 2004 and became a member of La Raza Lawyers Association in 2008.
Besides her professional career, Kimberly also has strong television personality. She worked as a legal analyst on Anderson Copper 360 degree. In 2006, she joined Fox News as a host for the weekend show, The Lineup, co-hosted The Five show in 2011 and Outnumbered in 2014. Recently, she announced that she extended the long-term contract with Fox Network.
Additionally, Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle is also an author. She released her semi-autobiographical book, "Making the Case: How to Be Your Own Best Advocate." The book contains her own experiences growing up, how she worked as a prosecutor and encourage people to always advocate for themselves.
Moving towards her personal life, Kimberly married twice. Firstly, she got married to Gavin Newsom; an American politician and a former mayor of San Francisco at Saint Ignatius Catholic Church located inside University of San Francisco campus in 2001. After five years of marital relationship, the couple filed for a divorce in January 2006.
Secondly, Kimberly married Eric Villency; CEO of Villency Design Group, an interior and product design firm. The couple married on the island of Barbados in 2006 and was three months pregnant on her wedding day. The couple gave birth to a son, Ronan Anthony in 2006 but they announced their separation and divorce in 2009. She might be single and isn't dating anyone.
Kimberly is a strong candidate who may replace White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and has earned wide recognition and wealth in her career. Her estimated salary from Fox News Network is reported to be around $840,500 and also receives royalties from her published books. It is estimated that her current net worth is around $5 million through which she finances her living.