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David Gregory (David Michael Gregory) grew up on 24 August, 1970 in Los Angeles, California, US, is a Television host. Find David Gregory’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 50 years of age.

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Business Television host
How old? 51 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 24 August 1970
Born day 24 August
Birthplace Los Angeles, California, US
Nationality US

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At 51 years of age. David Gregory height is 1.95 m .

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Who Is David Gregory’s Wife?

His wife is Beth Wilkinson (m. 2000)

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Children Jed Gregory, Ava Gregory, Max Gregory

David Gregory income

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is David Gregory worth at the age of 51 years of age. David Gregory’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television host. Born and raised in US. We have estimated David Gregory’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Gregory wrote How’s Your Faith?, a book about his spiritual journey with Judaism, being born to interfaith parents and his marriage to a Christian. It was released in September 2015.


During Gregory’s tenure at Meet the Press, the show’s ratings fell to their lowest in 21 years and it regularly placed third among Sunday morning news shows. The Washington Post reported that NBC hired a “psychological consultant” to assess Mr. Gregory. NBC did not deny this, saying it had hired a “brand consultant” to evaluate how Gregory connected with the audience. On August 14, 2014, NBC announced Gregory would leave the parent network, with his hosting duties assumed by Chuck Todd. The New York Post reported NBC had paid Gregory $4 million to leave the network, and he had signed a non-disparagement clause. On August 17, 2014, Andrea Mitchell hosted Meet the Press, and paid brief tribute to Gregory’s career at NBC, saying, “In 20 years with NBC News, David has done it all…. Through all the years, David has been true to the traditions of this program and NBC News.”


On January 8, 2013, a spokeswoman for D.C. police chief Cathy L. Lanier said her department had completed its investigation into the matter and referred it to the office of the District’s attorney general to determine if Gregory would be prosecuted. D.C. attorney general Irvin B. Nathan announced three days later that although Gregory had violated the law, no charges would be filed against him or any other NBC employees. Stating, “despite the clarity of the violation of this important law, because under all of the circumstances here a prosecution would not promote public safety in the District of Columbia nor serve the best interests of the people of the District to whom this office owes its trust.”

On June 23, 2013, David Gregory posed a question to journalist Glenn Greenwald that The Washington Post described as a “gotcha inquiry” containing “a veiled accusation of federal criminal wrongdoing, very much in the tradition of ‘how long have you been beating your wife'”. According to the Los Angeles Times, “Gregory’s question disguised a loaded assumption” that Greenwald aided and abbetted NSA leaker Edward Snowden before asking: “[W]hy shouldn’t you, Mr. Greenwald, be charged with a crime?” Greenwald responded vigorously in objection to the question. The accusation itself became a news story. The New York Times said, “If you tease apart his inquiry, it suggests there might be something criminal in reporting out important information from a controversial source.” The Poynter Institute wrote, “The obvious defense is that he was merely asking a question that evinced a viewpoint advanced by U.S. Rep. Peter King and Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen—that publishing secrets is law-breaking.” Opinion columnist Frank Rich called Gregory’s charges “preposterous,” questioning Gregory’s own journalistic credentials and asking why he didn’t also make similar accusations against Washington Post reporter Barton Gellman, who also published Snowden’s leaks.


On the December 23, 2012 broadcast of Meet the Press with National Rifle Association chief executive Wayne LaPierre, Gregory displayed what he identified as “a magazine for ammunition that carries 30 bullets.” NBC had requested permission from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to include a high-capacity magazine in the segment and were denied. Gregory displayed the magazine on the show, with media reports noting D.C. Code 7-2506.01(b) prohibits the possession of magazines with a capacity in excess of “10 rounds of ammunition.”

On December 26, 2012, MPD spokesmen confirmed the launch of an inquiry. When asked by CNN on December 27, 2012, if he thought Gregory should be prosecuted, NRA president David Keene responded, “No, I don’t think so… I really think what David Gregory did while he was inadvertently flouting the law was illustrating in a very graphic way, perhaps not intentionally, but in a graphic way just how silly some of these laws are.” Other gun rights advocates argued that not charging Gregory would show D.C. police to be hypocritical in enforcing gun laws.


On January 23, 2009, The Daily Beast columnist Ana Marie Cox stated that Barack Obama still has not discovered “this administration’s David Gregory.” She used Gregory as a metaphor for a White House foil, and she described this as a figure that could be interpreted as either “tough, news-oriented, and no-nonsense or showy, superficial, and self-indulgent.”


After the election, Gregory became a White House correspondent for NBC. The conservative Media Research Center named him ‘Best White House Correspondent’ for his coverage of Bush’s first 100 days. Gregory held this position until taking the Meet the Press job in December 2008.

From March 17, 2008, through December 5, 2008, Gregory hosted a show on MSNBC weekday evenings, which replaced Tucker Carlson’s Tucker. The show was called Race for the White House until the conclusion of the 2008 U.S. Presidential election. From November 5, 2008, forward the show became known as 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Gregory was replaced by David Shuster, who was named as the new host for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue starting with the December 15, 2008 show.

Due to internal fighting among the staff at MSNBC, Gregory was appointed as anchor on MSNBC during the presidential debates and the 2008 election. On November 4–5, he teamed with Rachel Maddow, Eugene Robinson, Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann as commentators on the presidential election.

Gregory became the moderator of Meet the Press, beginning with the December 14, 2008, episode when he was introduced by interim moderator Tom Brokaw. The ratings fell, and he was replaced in 2014.


Gregory also filled in on NBC News Weekend Nightly News and NBC Nightly News from 2005 to 2014.


Gregory had been the substitute co-anchor at Weekend Today for Lester Holt from 2003 to 2014. He filled in for Matt Lauer on Today from 2005 to 2014. Gregory had anchored News Chat, Crosstalk NBC and Newsfront on MSNBC from 1998 to 2000.


Gregory was assigned by NBC to the press corps covering George W. Bush when he ran for president in 2000. During the campaign, Bush threw a party for Gregory’s 30th birthday, complete with cake, on the campaign plane. Bush nicknamed Gregory “Stretch” because of his height (6’5″), and also “Dancing Man,” for Gregory’s occasional propensity to display his dance moves.

Since June 2000, Gregory has been married to Beth Wilkinson, a Methodist. Wilkinson is a former federal prosecutor, former Fannie Mae executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, and a lawyer representing four of Hillary Clinton’s closest aides in the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s email scandal. They met while Gregory was covering the Oklahoma City bombing as a reporter and Wilkinson was serving as prosecutor on the case. They have three children, Max, and twins Ava and Jed.


Gregory was educated at Birmingham High School, a co-educational public high school in the Lake Balboa district of Los Angeles, followed by the American University in Washington, D.C., from which he graduated in 1992. While there, he worked for the campus television station, ATV – American University Television, and received a degree in International Studies from the School of International Service. Gregory was named the School of International Service’s alumnus of the year in 2005 and sits on the Dean’s Advisory Council.


David Michael Gregory (born August 24, 1970) is an American television journalist and the former moderator of NBC News’ Sunday morning talk show Meet the Press. Gregory has served as a CNN political analyst since 2016.