Guy Pelham Benson often called as Guy Benson is an American commentator and a political analyst. He is the contributor to the Fox News and a political editor for Townhall.com.
Benson is a co-author of the book End of Discussion, where he states "Guy here. So I’m gay." Later he mentioned “Gay rights is not something that dominates my attention or my passions.” Could he refer to being a gay, or just supporting LGBT?
Is Guy Benson Married?
Guy came out as a gay back in May 2015 when he openly admitted to being a gay. Benson is also very active on social media where his most of his personal life is shared. He also announced his engagement on 25 May 2018 on Instagram. On 26 May 2018, he shared a picture on Instagram mentioning that his boyfriend said yes to him.
Guy Benson enjoys boating with fiance on 26 May (Photo: Guy Benson's Instagram)
Benson cleverly placed his friend to click the photo at the time of the proposal. It seems evident that his friend did not disappoint him as he took the picture just at the right time. He had shared pictures with his boyfriend on his Instagram previously in 2017.
Guy has not opened up about his personal life, and it is still a mystery when the marriage is taking place and about his fiancee. He does not also mention the name and the background of his fiance. But from his Instagram account, it seems Guy's dating his fiance for about a year.
Guy Benson's Short Bio, Family
Guy Benson, who was born on 7 May 1985 in Saudi Arabia, grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He had a passion for journalism since his early childhood days. In his schooling, he began to work for local television as a sports broadcaster.
Guy completed his high school from Ridgewood High School and later he graduated with honors from Medill School Journalism at Northern University in 2007.
Benson opened about his family on the anniversary of his parents via Instagram on 30 August 2017, with a post of his parents and a caption congratulating them. Later on February 23, he cracked the news about the decease of his grandfather.
He posted a photo of his grandfather holding his mom, with a caption that showed love and respect towards his old man. Benson has a brother named James Benson, who is an actor and director. James has directed movies like “Nothing Yet,” “Bad Kids,” “Jacqueline Argentine,” with partners like Bernardo Britto.
Apart from this Benson also has a godson, whom he cares for deeply and shared a picture on Instagram back on October 31, 2016.
Right after graduation from Northwestern University, Guy Benson worked as the producer of The Sandy Rios Show. From 2008 to 2015, he also hosted his own Sunday night radio program, The Guy Benson Show.
In 2010, Guy became political editor at Townhiall.com, where his columns had been published since February 2008.
Also, he is a frequent guest on cable news networks, including Fox News where Trace Gallagher worked as a news anchor and CNBC while Jon Fott's served as the co-anchor of CNBC’s technological show, Squawk Alley.
In 2015, Guy together with co-author, Mary Katharine Ham published his first non-fiction book, End of Discussion: How the Left's Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, and Makes America Less Free (and Fun).
Guy garnered national attention during the 2008 presidential race on two other occasions. Also, Guy together with Mary Katharine Ham and Ed Morrissey to pen 'The Comprehensive Argument Against Barack Obama," released on Hot Air.
Though Kevin’s exact net worth remains concealed to date, his average salary is estimated to fall under $50K per year. According to the reports from paysa.com, Kevin’s yearly salary as an ESPN sports broadcaster touches the figure of $42K.
Being a host of the Sunday night program and author of various books, Guy must have accumulated a lucrative amount of money from his career. However, he has made his net worth public.
Nevertheless, the average salary of radio show host in the United States is $46K annually.