Kimberly Guilfoyle, an American television personality who formerly worked for the Fox News is best known as the co-host of The Five. After leaving the Fox News in 2018, 49-year-old Guilfoyle joined a pro-Trump PAC as its vice chairwoman.
With her successful career, Kimberly Guilfoyle has been able to gain a net worth of around $5 million. More on the earnings, properties, salary, and career of the lady is shown below. Thus, keep on reading to find all about her career details.
Talking about Kimberly Guilfoyle's net worth, it is estimated to be $5 million as of 2018. Working in one of the best media house and in the legal firm, she has been able to collect a huge amount of money as her bank balance.
Caption: Kimberly Guilfoyle
Starting her career as a prosecutor Kimberly made her way to the media field. She has gained huge success in her career and also in her financial part too. Kimberly has got unbelievable salary and net worth being a media person and an attorney.
Kim is not only linked with media but also a member of La Raza Lawyers Association and has released the semi-autobiographical book Making the Case: How to Be Your Own Best Advocate.
In July 2018, she left Fox News after working for over 12 years since her recruit in February 2006. As reported, her salary was $840,000, while the salary of her new job as pro-Trump PAC as its vice chairwoman is not disclosed.
While, Kimberly was married to her husband Gavin Newsom, the former Mayor of San Francisco, she used to live with him.
The former couple owned a house in Bridgehampton, New York. However, with their devastated relationship in 2006, they left the house.
Caption: Kimberly Guilfoyle mansion
Currently, she lives in her house in the Central Park West which she bought for $3.4 million in 2015, and the property marks a big part of her net worth.
Her apartment has a private elevator. Entry to her apartment has a huge 28-foot gallery with a 27-foot living room.
Kimberly Guilfoyle is an American cable news personality and also the co-host on Fox News Channel for the program named The Five. She has gathered lots of popularity being the contributor of The O'Reilly Factor and Hannity.
She graduated magna cum laude (Latin Honors) from the University of California, Davis and has also received her Juris Doctor from the University Of San Francisco School Of Law in the year 1994.
Kimberly Guilfoyle started her career after her law school and worked as a prosecutor in San Francisco but unfortunately, she lost her job in 1996. The reason behind it was Terence Hallinan, an American attorney, and politician, who fired fourteen prosecutors in the city. Later she worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles.
Caption: Kimberly Guilfoyle
In the year 2004, Kimberly Guilfoyle moved to New York and started hosting Both Sides on Court TV. This was from where her career in media began. Then eventually she got the chance to be on Fox News Channel and became one of the greatest contributors for the news network.
Kimberly's net worth is not just an outcome of her journalism career but also from her career as an actress. She has been a part of a few films and TV shows.
In 2004, Guilfoyle was the part of a movie named Happily Ever After, where she played a public defender. The movie was also screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Similarly, her TV works include her primarily as a host. Her first major work was in January 2004 in the programme named Both Sides on Court TV. Following this, she worked as a legal analyst on Anderson Cooper 360.
Success, sort of, accompanied her after in the later years after she joined FOX News in 2006. With FOX, she has been the part of shows like The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, On the Record, Justice with Judge Jeanine, and many others.
FOX that showered upon her with tremendous fame and fortune also had her amid controversies and allegations that she finally decided to depart from the channel.
2018 proved to be an unfortunate year for Kimberly. In July 2018, the news about Kimberly's departure was a major headline.
Although she claimed of leaving FOX to work for a Pro-Donald Trump Super PAC, Huffington post had a different story to tell. A week after the departure of Kimberly from the channel, Huffington reported that she left FOX because of sexual assault allegation and not voluntarily.
She was reported of showing personal photographs of male genitals to her colleague and constantly discussing sex and sexual matters at the workplace.
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