Greg Gutfeld, a veteran of Dennis Publishing, edited the U.K. edition of "Maxim" from 2004-2006. Following "Maxim," he served as editor in chief of "Stuff Magazine," where he increased the circulation from approximately 800,000 to 1.2 million. Greg has also edited "Men's Health" magazine.
Gutfeld has been a blogger on the "Huffington Post," and has his own blog, "The Daily Gut," which he runs with former Dennis Publishing editorial director, Andy Clerkson. He also writes a monthly column called "From the Gut," in the "American Spectator."
The New York Times described Greg as "a compact but enormously animated man ... 'a drugged-up turtle' ... known for injecting his dark, absurdest humor into a series of magazines he edited. ..." and "... stood out like a drunk who crashes a cocktail party."
Beginning on February 5, 2007, Gutfeld began as host of Fox News late night program "Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld." In this role, he leads a full-time staff of eight. The show is stated to be not "incredibly well financed" and lacks writers. In addition to his role as host, Gutfeld adds a bizarre sense of humor with his drawings of unicorns and a cat that represent the day's stories. The drawings are forwarded to the viewer with the best comment for the episode.
Gutfeld has written two books, including "The Scorecard," for Henry Holt, and a recently completed book about England for Simon and Schuster.