Kimberly Guilfoyle is an American TV personality known for her roles on various Fox News shows, most notably as the co-host of The Five. Guilfoyle is also a former prosecuting attorney in San Francisco and Los Angeles. She is currently romantically linked to President Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr.
So, how much is Guilfoyle worth?
Net Worth as of 2018: $5 million
Most of Guilfoyle’s net worth can be attributed to her work on Fox News as a co-host and contributor for the news outlet. She also achieved her wealth through her work as an attorney, author, and model.
Guilfoyle born in San Franciso, California on March, 9th 1969. She is part Puerto Rican (mother) and Irish (father). Guilfoyle attended the University of California, Davis where she graduated magna cum laude. After graduation, Guilfoyle continued her education at the University of San Francisco School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor in 1994.
After law school, Guilfoyle secured a job as a prosecutor in San Francisco. The stay was short lived as a change in District Attorney brought about a sweeping overhaul, and as many as fourteen prosecutors were fired.
Guilfoyle accepted the Deputy District Attorney job in Los Angeles, where she became a distinguished lawyer. For her work, she was honored with Prosecutor of the Month, amongst several accolades. Guilfoyle worked several cases during her time in LA including narcotics, domestic violence, kidnapping, robbery, arson, sexual assault, and homicide cases.
Following her success in Los Angeles, Guilfoyle headed back to San Francisco as she was hired by the DA that had previously fired her years before. From 2000-2004 Guilfoyle served as Assistant District Attorney. She along with prosecutor James Hammer earned a conviction in a second-degree murder case, People v. Noel and Knoller. The case gained national and international media attention.
She also served as First Lady of San Francisco for the first two years of then-husband Gavin Newsome’s Mayorial term. The couple filed for divorce in 2005.
In 2006, Guilfoyle was hired by Fox News. Her first job at Fox was as host of the weekend show, The Lineup. Following the show’s cancellation, Fox kept Guilfoyle on as a regular contributor to the network.
In 2011, Guilfoyle was tabbed as one of the co-hosts of The Five. She is still currently hosting the show to this day. The Five is consistently rated as one of the highest-rated cable television shows. Fox News has also used Guilfoyle as a regular fill-in host on Hannity, On the Record, Justice with Judge Jeanine, and Fox and Friends.
In 2015, Guilfoyle released, “Making the Case: How to Be Your Own Best Advocate” as a semi-autobiographical book. The book chronicles her life in law and other life experiences.
Guilfoyle in 2016 was linked to the Trump administration for a possible role as communications director. Sean Spicer eventually was hired for the position, who has since been replaced himself. The ties to the Trump administration continue as she is now rumored to be dating Donald Jr.