Kevin Pereira Girlfriend, Dating, Gay, Partner, Split, Parents, Net Worth

Date: 27 Jun, 2017

Kevin Pereira Girlfriend, Dating, Gay, Partner, Split, Parents, Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1982-12-28
Nationality American
Profession Television Personality
Marital Status Divorced
Divorced/Engaged Meg Turney (2010–2012), Brea Grant (2013–2015)
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Social Media Twitter
Height 5 Feet 10 Inches
Education Academy of Art University
Siblings Brian (Brother)
Parents Barbara Ann Morris (Mother), Helder Manuel Pereira (Father)

Thirty-five years of age Kevin Elder Pereira is an American game show host and TV personality who was born on December 28, 1982, in San Leandro, California in the United States from American parents.

Pereira hosted Pointless Audio under the pseudonym Captain Immy when he was just 14 years old. The show was hosted on such gaming sites as Planet Quake and ShugaShack, and it featured many prank calls. The program evolved into Pointless TV, and finally to One of the projects featured on the website is a short film created for his video production class at Deer Valley High School. The short film earned him three California Media Festival awards in 2001. Kevin studied TV production and film with a scholarship to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California for one semester.

Kevin began his career at G4 after working as a network administrator at an Internet Service provider for five years, and he also worked at a television network. After that Kevin moved on to Pulse and Arena and then he quickly moved to another G4 show called The Screen Savers in the year 2004. Pereira was a co-host of the show titled Attack of the Show! Which is a G4's live tech info show, and he was the last original cast member to leave.

Kevin also co-hosted the show for a year with another host Sarah Lane, who left in 2006, followed by Olivia Munn, who left in the year 2010. Candice Bailey joined Pereira as co-host in 2011. 

Kevin formerly hosted the syndicated quiz show called Let`s Ask America until 2014. The show was then taken over by MTV VJ Bill Bellamy. Pereira launched his podcast called Pointless on the Deathsquad podcast network on October 4, 2012.  He is now doing his podcast on SuperCreative.

On February 4, 2013, Pereira appeared as a co-host on the political web show called the Young Turks and was alongside long-time co-host of the show Ana Kasparian. Kevin co-anchored an event for Microsoft's Xbox @ E3 Live streaming coverage on Xbox Live from June 11, 2013, to June 13, 2013.

In September 2014 it was announced that Pereira would be hosting a new show on truTV called Hack My Life alongside Brooke Van Poppelen. The show's first season was premiered on January 6 of 2015.

Kevin Pereira and his crew from SuperCreative group launched a popular interactive gaming talk show on Twitch which was called The Attack on February 16, 2015. Initially the host of the show but quickly he moved into a producer role once the show became established.

Kevin has not married yet, and there are no records of his girlfriends. There is no detail about his dating history as well. It was rumored that he had a split with his partner in the past, but it is not confirmed yet. It was also a rumor that he is a gay. He has a height of 5 feet and 10 inches. His total net worth is $3 million. He is active on social media sites like Instagram and Twitter.