Guy Benson Biography
Guy Pelham Benson is a columnist, analyst, and political pundit who resides in the United States. In addition to hosting a conservative talk radio show, he also contributes to Fox News and serves as the political editor of Townhall.com. He was a co-author of the book End of Debate, which was published in 2015, and Random House brought out an updated edition of the book in 2017. A regular contributor to All Things Considered on National Public Radio, his voice may also be heard on the nationally syndicated radio show of Hugh Hewitt, where he serves as a guest presenter on a regular basis.
Guy Benson Age
Benson was born on 7th March 1985 and raised in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He is 38 years old.
Guy Benson Family
Benson and his brother James were both raised in Saudi Arabia by their parents who were originally from that country. James, his brother, works in the entertainment industry as an actor, writer, and director. In February of 2000, the father of their mother, who is also their grandfather, passed away. Benson acknowledged his gratitude to his late grandfather by posting a photo of himself with the deceased grandfather on Instagram.
The identities of Guy’s parents have never been made public by Guy, despite the fact that he has shown affection for both of them on various social media platforms. On May 13, 2018, he uploaded an old photo to Instagram of his mother carrying him on her back. On June 19, 2018, he wished his father a happy father’s day by uploading a photograph of his father.
The photographs demonstrate that Guy and his father take great pleasure in spending their vacations together, especially strolling along the beach. This is evidenced by the fact that the photo he published on March 10, 2018, which features him and his brother when they were children and is titled with the phrase “The Benson Brothers,” demonstrates how much he adores his brother James.
Guy Benson Education
Benson received his middle school education as well as his high school education at Ridgewood, New Jersey. Although he was still in high school, he became well-known for his work as a sportscaster on the regional television station. At the same time that he was attending classes at Northwestern University to acquire his bachelor’s degree, he held a job at the school radio station, WNUR, where he was in charge of hosting a political talk show and covering athletic events.
Benson also completed two internships with Fox News, the first of which was with Hannity & Colmes, and the second was with the network’s coverage of the Republican National Convention in 2004. Both internships were conducted throughout the summer.
Guy Benson Show
Before Rios moved to Washington, D.C. to host Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR TALK on American Family Radio in July 2010, Benson served as the producer of The Sandy Rios Show, which was then a local afternoon radio show with Christian Right commentator Sandy Rios on WYLL-AM in Chicago. Benson also served as the producer of The Sandy Rios Show. Between the years 2008 and 2015, Benson was also the host of his own Sunday night radio program called “The Guy Benson Show,” which aired on AM 560 WIND in Chicago and AM 1260 WWRC in Washington, D.C.
In 2010, Benson was promoted to the position of political editor at Townhall.com, where his writings had been appearing regularly since February 2008. He also writes for the website that is related to Townhall, called Hot Air. He has previously written for Andrew Breitbart’s “Big” sites as well as the Media Blog over at National Review Online.
Benson is a frequent guest on cable news networks, including Fox News and CNBC. He published his first non-fiction book, End of Discussion in May 2015: How the Left’s Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, and Makes America Less Free (and Fun), with coauthor Mary Katharine Ham. The book is a critique of political correctness in politics, media, and culture from the point of view of a libertarian. Benson has also served as
Benson made the discovery of a film from a Weathermen reunion in 2007 in April of 2008. The Weathermen were an extreme left-wing group active in the 1960s and 1970s. The video includes statements from two members, namely Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, in which they defended the group’s actions.
The video was broadcast on national news outlets like Fox News and the Boston Globe while Barack Obama was being assailed during his 2008 presidential campaign for mingling with Bill Ayers and Sheila Dohrn. On two more instances during the campaign for president in 2008, Benson received a great deal of national attention. In August, just after the Obama campaign launched an assault against WGN radio in Chicago for inviting Stanley Kurtz to speak on their program, Benson, who was present in the studio for the interview, provided specifics about his experience.
Then, just fourteen days prior to the election, Benson collaborated with Mary Katharine Ham and Ed Morrissey to write an article titled “The Complete Case Against Barack Obama,” which was published on Hot Air.
Guy Benson Net worth
He has an estimated net worth that ranges between $500k – $1 million.
Guy Benson Gay
Benson revealed his sexual orientation to the world for the first time in May of 2015 by revealing in advance of the publication of his new book, End of Debate, that it would include a footnote: “This is a guy. So, I’m gay.” Benson stated during an interview that he does not focus the majority of his time or his energies on the subject of gay rights. Benson made the happy announcement on May 25, 2018, that he was engaged.
Guy Benson Partner
Benson has been seeing a man, and he makes sure to post regular updates on his Instagram account, including photos of the two of them together. But, he is very careful not to disclose the identity of his partner, and he also conceals the time frame in which they have been dating.
However it has just come to light that beginning in 2017, Guy has been uploading images of himself with his significant other. They have spent time together at a number of different events and activities, and Benson has boasted about the great moments they have had together on Instagram.
One such incident was on April 8, 2018, when Guy attended the wedding ceremony of his friend Emily with his girlfriend on and shared the memories on Instagram. Emily’s wedding was a beautiful event that Guy documented on Instagram.
After dating for a month, the guy made the engagement announcement to his lover, not only shocked his partner but also his fans and followers.
On May 26, 2018, he posted a picture to Instagram in which it appeared that he had proposed to his boyfriend while they were on a boat. His partner could not contain his shock and could not stop himself from covering his mouth with his hands. , The caption “HeSaidYes” was where Guy revealed that he was going to propose to Girl.
In July of 2018, he took to Twitter to express his gratitude to every one of his friends and followers who had congratulated him on his engagement.
Guy Benson Wedding
According to an exclusive announcement made by People, Benson tied the knot with his lover of nearly four years, Adam Wise, in a sentimental ceremony held at the Charles Krug Winery in Napa Valley, California.
The couple exchanged their vows in front of approximately 150 of their closest friends and family members while wearing gray suits from J. Crew that matched one another. Their ties were different colors to represent their respective universities: Benson wore lavender to represent Northwestern, and Wise wore sage green to represent Colorado State.
After the brief ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests sat down to a three-course meal that began with a salad with tomato, feta, and bacon; continued with bavette steak served with a potato puree; and concluded with a course featuring both sweet and savory cheeses. The two hosts decided to forgo the traditional cake in favor of a dessert station that featured four or five different treats.
Bensen and Wise made the executive decision to skip the first dance with each other in favor of spending the moment with their respective mothers while being serenaded by a pair of pianists competing with one another.
Guy Benson Collection
He also owns a clothing line as well where he sells printed t-shirts.
Guy Benson Book
The End of the Conversation: How the Left’s Outrage Industry Suppresses Debate, Influences Voters, and Reduces Freedom in the United States (and Fun).
This powerful team from Fox News and Townhall Media, Mary Katharine Ham and Guy Benson, demonstrate how the Left uses false indignation to suppress their political opponents in public, on social media, at work, and even in their own homes. You’ve experienced it, and the song “End of Debate” can teach you how to combat it.
Readers will be able to cut through the cacophony and find their voices again with the assistance of Ham and Benson. They will be able to fight back against the widespread self-censorship and hair-trigger apologies that always make things worse, not better.
End of Debate is a contemporary manual for anyone who wants to make sure that argument does not end in an unpleasant manner. It features new reporting and analysis that is both intelligent and occasionally tongue-in-cheek.
Guy Benson And Mary Katharine Ham
Benson and Mary Katharine’s non-fiction book was named “End of Discussion: How the Left’s Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, and Makes America Less Free (and Fun)” Benson and Mary Katharine’s book was published together.
Guy Benson Height
He stands at a height of 5ft 9in.