Brian Kilmeade, born on May 7, 1964, is a television journalist of Fox News Channel. He is popular for being a co-host for Fox & Friends, the morning show at Fox News Channel during the weekdays. He is also a host for Kilmeade and Friends, Fox News Radio program. She graduated from Massapequa High School, New York in 1982. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from C.W. Post in 1986.
She started his career on a daily national high school television news program called Channel One as a correspondent. At KHSC-TV (Ontario, California), he became an anchor and host. He co-hosted XTRA-RAM’s The Jim Brown Show. He also joined Brown in 1993 for the inaugural Ultimate Fighting Championship event where he conducted interviews after the fight. In 1994, he switched to UFC 2 and UFC 3 for play-by-play role. In the beginning of 1997, he became a freelance sports anchor for WVIT in Hartford. He worked for MSG Network as a sideline reporter where he covered the New York/New Jersey Metro-Stars. She became a feature reporter and anchor for Newsport TV’s daily magazine show Newsport Journal for the national sports network. Besides, he anchored a live half-hour general sports program called Scoreboard Central. He declares to have been a stand-up comedian for ten years. She has written two books: It’s How You Play the Game: The Powerful Sports Moments that Taught Lasting Values to Americas Finest and The Games Do Count: America’s Best and Brightest on the Power of Sports. He frequently anchored for FNC’s The Five airing nightly. He had filled in time slot of Tony Snow, the former Fox anchor who had quit Fox News in order to become Press Secretary in the George W. Bush Administration.
During the interview with Tommy Robinson (the leader of English Defense League), Kilmeade expressed his support for the extremist group. As he was terminating the interview, he said, “Tommy, we got your back and we'll definitely look to keep in touch, it's great what you're doing."He had to face criticism for it later on and was almost fired. She co-hosted a show based on a research done in Finland and Sweden on July 8, 2009. The show discussed about the finding that people who stay married are less prone to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. As he was commenting in the show that people in United States keep marrying other species and other ethnics, co-host Gretchen Carlson who is a Swedish descent attempted to interrupt Kilmeade. But she continued, “See, the problem is the Swedes have pure genes. Because they marry other Swedes.... Finns marry other Finns, so they have a pure society. In America we marry everybody, we marry Italians and Irish." After 12 days, he made an apology for his remarks. He said, “I made comments that were offensive to many people. That was not my intention, and looking back at those comments I realize they were inappropriate. For that I sincerely apologize. America is a huge melting pot, and that is what makes us such a great country."
On October 14, 2010, during a follow-up discussion to Bill O’Reilly’s appearance on The View, O’Reilly said, “People did not want a mosque built at Ground Zero because Muslims killed us on 9/11. After the comment, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar walked off the show and Kilmeade dismissed the debate as elementary, saying, “There was a certain group of people that attacked us on 9/11. It wasn't just one person, it was one religion. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims.” Again on his radio show Monday, he corrected himself as he said, “What I should have said, and I’d like to clarify, is all terrorists who killed us on 9/11; with the Cole; and the Khobar; and the ‘98 embassies; that’s what I should have said.” Kilmeade has been greatly criticized for being inaccurate and prejudiced because even non-Muslims have committed terrorist acts in fact.
Brian Kilmeade has been married with three children. However, nothing about his wife is disclosed to the media. It is not known is he had divorce or not. His salary is $200 thousand per year. He is currently staying at his house in Massapequa, New York with his family. His detailed bio is found in Wikipedia.