John Fugelsang Net Worth

John Fugelsang was born on September 03, 1969 in  Long Island, New York, United States, is Actor, Writer. John Fugelsang was born on September 3, 1969 in Long Island, New York, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for Coyote Ugly (2000), Price Check (2012) and Somewhere in the City (1998). He has been married to Charmien LaFramenta since February 29, 2004.
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Who is it? Actor, Writer
Birth Day September 03, 1969
Birth Place  Long Island, New York, United States
Age 51 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Occupation Actor, comedian, writer

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1993

In addition to his appearances on the late-night political talk show Politically Incorrect (1993-2002), Fugelsang has been a contributor to HuffPost weblog.

1998

Fugelsang has hosted George Harrison: The Last Performance and Paul McCartney's Live Town Hall on VH1. He was also on America's Funniest Home Videos (co-hosting with Daisy Fuentes) for two seasons (1998-99), co-hosted John McEnroe's short-lived CNBC talk show in 2004, and was a regular on CNBC's Bullseye and Fox News's Red Eye. He was the co-host of the World Series of Blackjack on GSN alongside Bringing Down the House author Ben Mezrich. He also co-hosted, along with Debra Wilson and Teresa Strasser, TV Watercooler on TV Guide Channel (2005-09). In 2012, John Fugelsang hosted a series of videos on the YouTube channel "POLIPOP". From January 2013 until August 2013, Fugelsang was the host of the Current TV political talk show Viewpoint. The show ended with the end of all live programming on Current.

2007

In 2007, he premiered the acclaimed solo show All The Wrong Reasons Off Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop. The show received a Drama League nomination for "Distinguished Performance". New York Magazine said "Fugelsang has the soul of an iconoclast" and The New York Daily News said the piece "packed an unexpectedly lovely and life affirming wallop."

2013

He's been featured on CNN, Fox News, Dennis Miller, The Young Turks, Air America, CNBC, and MSNBC. He served as the host on the Current TV political talk show, So That Happened. Additionally, he has contributed to Current TV's coverage of the 2012 presidential campaign. In an appearance on CNN in 2012, a question of his prompted the Romney campaign's Etch-a-sketch gaffe. On January 6, 2013, he replaced Eliot Spitzer as host of Viewpoint on Current TV; however, Current TV was bought by Al Jazeera America later in 2013, and Viewpoint was canceled. Since January 12, 2015, Fugelsang has been hosting Tell Me Everything, a talk show on SiriusXM Insight.

2015

Fugelsang also appeared in the 2015 documentary film Dream On.

2017

He is a regular commentator and guest on nationally syndicated progressive radio program The Stephanie Miller Show, and has served as guest host on occasion. His usual guest spot on the show is called "Fridays with Fugelsang." He also tours alongside Miller and comedian/musician Hal Sparks as part of the Sexy Liberal Comedy Show. For 2017, the tour is now called "Sexy Liberal Resistance Tour" along with Frangela (Frances Callier and Angela Shelton). The first show for the new tour was at the Barrymore, April 22, 2017, Madison, WI.