Brian Unger Married, Wife, Wife, Gay, Family, Bio, Net Worth

By Staff Writer | Published On: 25 Feb, 2018
Brian Unger Married, Wife, Wife, Gay, Family, Bio, Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth July 12, 1965 Age 55 Years 11 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Actor
Marital Status Single Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Girlfriend/Dating Lizz Winstead (Split) Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity Mixed Net Worth Not Disclosed
Children/Kids Not Yet Height 6 Feet 1 Inches (1.85 Meters)
Education Granville High School, Ohio University Parents Eleanor Oprea (Mother), Richard Unger (Father)

Brian Unger is a comedian and producer who started his career on a show called Fridays Live which was a comedy show aired on television on WOUB-TV. Speaking about his popularity, Brian got fame from his work on Comedy Central’s show called The Daily Show, History’s How the States Got Their Shapes, and Travel Channel’s Time Traveling with Brian Unger, etc.

Brian got a chance to make a name as a commentator in the industry. He worked with MSNBC and hosted Countdown with Keith Olberman and Some Assembly Required for Discovery Channel. He is a successful media personality and has a humongous net worth of $500 Thousand.

Is Brian Unger Married?

You come across several celebrities in Hollywood that keeps their lips locked when it comes to their personal life. Brian Unger is one of those celebrities who lives a low profile life does not prefer to discuss about his girlfriend or wife. So does he really have a partner?

News has it that, Unger once dated Lizz Winstead, who he met at the Halloween party in the 90’s when both of them were on “Youth Indiscretion.” His ex-girlfriend is the creator of The Daily Show.

Also according to the report, Brain has kept his possible married life intact, and because of his genuine concern and interest in LGBT issues, the audience is forced to suspect about his sexuality. In 2008, Brian as well wrote an article that concerned the legalization of the gay marriage.

"First, Massachusetts, now California. If this gay-marriage thing spreads like a brushfire across America, and states, one by one, start bestowing marital rights upon same-sex couples, if that happens, we'll be looking at the ultimate economic stimulus package for the U.S. economy, and the way out of this recession."

Similarly, in 2006, he proposed the idea to wish a guy friend in Valentine’s Day without suspiciously hinting the situation.

"Guys, you can't give your best friend chocolates or flowers. Instead, for Valentine’s Day, get his car detailed. You know how he likes it. Or give him a card that says, Hey, I love your tie. But add somewhere; hope my girlfriend gets me one just like it. Men can also give a buddy at the office a Valentine greeting he'll never hear from his girlfriend or wife: I love your work, Happy Valentine's Day. As a more daring gesture, gentlemen, a bit of the Bard goes a long way. Roses are red, violets are blue, hey, I'm not gay, but dude, I love you."

However, it is upright wrong to question the sexuality of someone you know nothing about casually. The fact that Brian once had dating affair clearly hints that he is a straight guy as no gay man would have any love interest in its opposite sex.

Short Bio:

Brian Unger, currently aged 52, was born on 12 July 1965 in Dayton, Ohio to family, Richard Unger and Eleanor Opera. Brian went to attend Granville High School and later went to Ohio University to graduate in communication. The Daily Show correspondent stands tall with 6 feet and 1-inch height and belongs to Romanian ethnicity.