Brian Kilmeade is renowned for hosting Fox’s Morning show, Fox & Friends, alongside Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt. Being the dynamic personality that Kilmeade is, he has written many fiction and non-fiction books, and he also hosts the Fox News Radio program, Kilmeade and Friends.
So, how much does this multi-talented journalist earn? Today, we are discussing Brian Kilmeade’s net worth, career and lifestyle, income sources, and so on. Let's jump right in!
How Much Is Brian Kilmeade’s Net Worth?
Brian Kilmeade’s current net worth is $27 million and his annual salary is $750 thousand per year. Brian extended his net worth with television shows and news anchoring. The earnings he made with news channels before 2006 are, however, yet to be revealed.
Kilmeade earns an annual salary of $4 million from Fox News since 1997 with additional earnings of income from his radio program, The Brian Kilmeade Show, and book royalties.
Brian Kilmeade currently lives in Massapequa, New York, with his wife and three children. His published works, fictions, and non-fiction books are also a major source of his income. Here's a chart of his books with per piece price:
|Brian Kilmeade's Books
|It’s How You Play the Game
|It’s How You Play the Game and The Games Do Count CD
The Games Do Count: America’s Best and Brightest on the Power of Sports
And given that Kilmeade is a New York Times best-selling author, he has definitely earned a fortune as an author. Kilmeade's George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution became a huge hit. His recent books; Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Underdog Army That Defeated an Empire, Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny, and Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War That Changed American History are also doing well.
Fox News's Brian Kilmeade’s Career
Brian Kilmeade’s professional career began in 1987 as a correspondent for Channel One News. He then went on to work as an anchor for KHSC-TV in Ontario, California. Following that, Kilmeade went on to host The Jim Brown Show aired on XTRA-AM, an all-sports radio network. Brian also joined Brown as a part of the announcing team for the inaugural Ultimate Fighting Championship event.
— Brian Kilmeade (@kilmeade) July 18, 2017
Brian Kilmeade conducted post-fight interviews and did play-by-play roles for UFC 2 and UFC 3 in 1994. Kilmeade served as a freelance sports anchor for WVIT in Hartford in 1997. After a few years, Brian did sideline reporting and covered the New York/ New Jersey Metro Stars, a major league soccer team for the MSG Network, from Giants Stadium.
Brian Kilmeade,58, even served as a feature reporter and hosted Newport Journal, a daily magazine show on Newport TV. Similarly, he even anchored Scoreboard Central, a live half-hour sports program. Brian joined Fox News Channel as a fill-in anchor on Fox Anchor’s Tony Show in April 2006.
— Brian Kilmeade (@kilmeade) July 19, 2017
He resigned later to become the press secretary in the George W. Bush Administration. Brian frequently presented The Five show airing on FNC. Brian Kilmeade currently hosts FNC's Fox & Friends, he joined the team in 2006.
Quick Facts about Brian Kilmeade
- Brian Kilmeade is a Fox News Channel host born on 7th May 1964.
- Brian Kilmeade graduated from LIU-CW Post in 1986 where he played soccer.
- Brian Kilmeade married Dawn DeGaetano in 1993 and has 3 children together.
- Kilmeade made a reference regarding Bowe Bergdahl’s father on air starting on 3rd June 2014.
- Brian Kilmeade received the NCCAD2 award on 17th July 2013.
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