Greg Kelly Net Worth
|Date of Birth||December 17, 1968|
|Age||52 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Wife/Spouse||Judith Gray (m. 2017)|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
|Height||5 Feet 10 Inches (178 cm)|
|Parents||Raymond Kelly (Father), Veronica Kelly (Mother)|
|Siblings||James Kelly (Brother)|
Born on December 17, 1968, in Garden City, New York Greg Kelly is an American broadcast journalist. He is also known as the first television journalist to broadcast live photos of U.S military forces on April 5, 2003. Apart from being a host, Kelly is actor known for the movie Salt (2010), The Following (2013), and The Soup (2004). Co- host of Good Day New York Kelly has 5'10" height with a charming personality.
He was also the former co-host of Fox and Friends and a White House correspondent for Fox News. He graduated his B.A with a political science degree from Fordham University in 1991. He worked at WFUV, radio station as an on-air reporter. He is the son of former New York City Police Commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly.
Kelly has always remained quiet regarding his affairs and relationships. We do not know with whom he is dating or his girlfriend name. Since he is not married yet, he does not have a wife, and there are no talks about his divorce. Greg Kelly was accused by women for sexual harassment and rape case.
There is also a rumor that Kelly is a gay. But we do not know the fact since he has not opened about his sexual orientation.
Kelly has not revealed his net worth yet. However, we can assume that he has been paid handsome salary. Kelly is active in social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. personality. We can see his biography in wiki sites.
During Operation Iraqi Freedom Kelly was an embedded reporter with the United State Army's 3rd Infantry Divison, 2nd Brigada in 2003. He had a minor wound to the face when a mortar round blasted nears him on March 31, 2003. Kelly again returned to Good Day New York.
The announcement was made on January 24, 2013, when Dave Price left this show. He frequently visited Iraq and Gaza, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait because of his reporting assignments. When he was a Political reporter for NY1 in Newyork city, he provided boundless live reports from Ground Zero on September 11, 2001.