|Full Name/Real Name:||Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle|
|Birth Date:||9 March 1969|
|Birth Place:||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Spouse:||Eric Villency (m. 2006–2009), Gavin Newsom (m. 2001–2006)|
|Children:||Ronan Anthony Villency|
|Dating:||Yes (Donald Trump Jr.)|
|Profession:||American television news personality and attorney|
|Net Worth in 2019:||$6 million|
Kimberly Guilfoyle is a news personality who is the co-host of Fox News’s ‘The Five’. Previously, she worked as an attorney. From 2000 to 2004, she was an assistant District Attorney in San Francisco. She is the former wife of Gavin Newsom, politician and was the first lady of the state of San Francisco when Newsom was the mayor of San Francisco. In 2008, she joined the La Raza Lawyers Association. She has guest hosted ‘Fox and Friends’, ‘Hannity’, ‘Justice with Judge Jeanine’, and ‘On the Record’, all on FOX. She has also appeared in the movie ‘Happily Even After’.
Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle was born in San Francisco, California on March 9, 1969. Her father Tony was an Irishman and was in the US Army and her mother Mercedes was a Puerto Rican who was a special education teacher. Her father came to the United States when he was 20. When she was eleven, her mother died of leukemia. She was raised in Mission District and also in Westlake.
Guilfoyle completed her graduation from Mercy High School. She earned her Bachelor’s degree with a magna cum laude from the University of California, Davis. In 1994, she earned her Juris Doctor from the University Of San Francisco School Of Law. When she was in law school, she did her internship from the district attorney office of San Francisco. She also used to do modelling and later went to Dublin in Ireland to attend Trinity College.
In 2001, Kimberly Guilfoyle married Gavin Newsom, who was then a city supervisor. In 2003, he became the mayor of San Francisco. The couple divorced in 2006. In the same year, she married Eric Villency. The couple has a son named Ronan Anthony. They divorced in 2009. She is an avid fan of Howard Stern.
Kimberly Guilfoyle worked as a prosecutor for a brief time in San Francisco. She was fired when Terence Hallinan became the District Attorney in 1996. She then went to Los Angeles and became a Deputy District Attorney. She used to work and juvenile and adult cases which include homicide, domestic violence, robbery, narcotics, robbery, arson, kidnapping, and sexual assault cases.
In 2000, she was rehired District Attorney’s Office of San Francisco by Hallinan and continued till 2004. In 2008, she became a member of the La Raza Lawyers Association. In 2004, she moved to New York and became the host of Court TV’s ‘Both Sides’. Guilfoyle also used to work as a legal analyst for ‘Anderson Cooper 360°’. In 2006, she became the host of ‘The Lineup’ on Fox News.
In 2011, she was chosen to be the co-host of ‘The Five’. Following that, Guilfoyle became the co-host of ‘Outnumbered’. She then appeared on the show ‘The O’Reilly Factor’. In 2015, she released her book “Making the Case: How to Be Your Own Best Advocate”. It has been announced that she has signed a long-term contract with Fox in June 2017.
The city of San Francisco awarded Guilfoyle as the “Outstanding Woman of the Year”. She won the “Special Civil Rights Award” in 2004 from New York City. She was also named as the USO Entertainer of the Year in 2004.
Kimberly Guilfoyle Net Worth in 2019
Kimberly Guilfoyle has had several designations in her career. She also had a successful career in television. By doing so, she has gone on to accumulate good wealth. As of 2019, Kimberly Guilfoyle’s net worth is an estimated $6 million.
Part of this wealth also comes by serving as the Assistant District Attorney of San Francisco from 2000 to 2004. Guilfoyle was the first lady of San Francisco. She is the co-host of Fox News Channel’s ‘The Five’. She has also hosted other shows like Both Sides, Justice with Judge Jeanine, Fox and Friends, Hannity, and On the Record. Guilfoyle was also a legal analyst on ‘Anderson Cooper 360°.
Guilfoyle is a member of The Gastro Esophageal Cancer Foundation. She is on the advisory panel of the American Bar Association. In December 2016, she was offered the post of Donald Trump’s Press Secretary however she turned down the post. It has been reported that she will be replacing Sean Spicer in the White House.