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George Gray Net Worth

George Gray net worth is

$1 Million

George Gray Wiki Biography

George Edward Gray was born on the 11th March 1967, in Ballwin, Missouri USA, and is a comedian, announcer and TV personality, best known for being the current announcer for “The Price Is Right” TV game show, as well as for his previous engagements which include hosting TV shows “Junkyard Wars”, “Weakest Link” and “Car Science”.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this popular TV persona has accumulated so far? How rich George Gray is? According to sources, it is estimated that the amount of George Gray’s net worth peaks around the sum of $1 million, acquired through his on-camera career which has been active since 1987.

George Gray Net Worth $1 million

Although he was born in Missouri, Gray grew up in Tucson, Arizona, where he also finished high school. Subsequently he continued his education at the University of Arizona from which he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in personal management in 1990. During college, Gray became interested in music and performing in general, and along with two friends, he founded his own music group named The Reason Why. Among his first engagements there were movie appearances as an extra, including in “Can’t Buy Me Love” (1987) and “Dead Beat” (1994). These modestly paid ventures ($35 a day) provided also the modest basis of George Gray’s present net worth.

Gray debuted as a TV host in 1998, in Game Show Network’s 30-minute game show “Extreme Gong”, a “remake” of the famous “The Gong Show” which aired on NBC during 1970s and late 1980s. In 2001 he served as a host and presenter of another game show named “Junkyard Wars”, which engagement not only hugely increased his popularity, but it also earned him a nomination for prestigious Primetime Emmy award. In 2002 he appeared in “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”, but the real breakthrough in his hosting career as well as more national recognition came later that year, when he was chosen to host a globally popular quiz show – “Weakest Link”. It is certain that all these accomplishments massively increased the overall size of George Gray’s wealth as well.

The year 2004 was quite successful for George Gray – after hosting FX’s reality series “Todd TV” and, subsequently “National Lampoon’s Greek Games”, he became a host of ESPN’s sports competition “I’d Do Anything” which was followed by the position of a co-host of NBC’s TV series “$25 Million Dollar Hoax” in 2004. Doubtlessly, all these engagements made a huge impact on George Gray’s wealth.

Since 2011, George Gray serves as the regular host and announcer of CBS’ television game show “The Price Is Right”. Apart from those already mentioned, George Gray also hosted several other shows and TV series, such as “FXM Friday Nights”, “Movies For Guys Who Like Movies” as well as “That House” and “Manland”. Alongside George Wendit, Gray created his own comedy sketch show named “A Gut Walks Into a Bar”. Some of his most recent engagements include an appearance as himself in the “Scorpion” TV series in 2016 and “Man of a Funny Age” TV movie which is currently in postproduction. All these achievements have helped George Gray to increase his net worth by a significant sum of money.

When it comes to his personal life, despite being in front of the camera big time, George Gray has managed to keep it private. There aren’t any relevant data about his intimate life neither any rumors nor affairs. He is active within several philanthropic and charity causes such as Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association and LOVE RIDE annual fund-raiser.

Full Name George Gray
Net Worth $1 Million
Date Of Birth March 11, 1967
Died September 19, 1898, South Kensington, London, United Kingdom
Place Of Birth Ballwin, Missouri, United States
Weight 204.1 kg
Profession Game Show Host, Comedian, Announcer, Actor
Education University of Arizona
Nationality American
Twitter https://twitter.com/thegeorgegray
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0336426/
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Program
Movies Weakest Link 2001 – 2003 Can’t Buy Me Love (1987) Can’t Buy Me Love 1987 Dish Dogs (2000) Dish Dogs 2000 eCupid (2011) eCupid 2011
TV Shows The Gong Show (1976 – 1989) The Gong Show 1976 – 1989
# Quote
1 It has nothing to do with glamour; it had nothing to do with stardom, but I really dig this – I really dig the art form.
# Fact
1 Has a sister named Renee.
2 Was once the warm-up guy on The Newlywed Game
3 Plays drums
4 Has a bachelor’s degree in Personal Management
5 Collects and restores classic cars and motorcycles.
6 spent a brief amount of time living in Kentucky during his childhood.
7 Graduated from the University of Arizona


Title Year Status Character
Scorpion 2016 TV Series George Gray
Bob Dylan: Like a Rolling Stone 2013 Video short George Gray (segment “The Price Is Right”)
It’s a Boy! 2012 Short Baby 1
The Young and the Restless 2012 TV Series Newscaster
Jack and Jill 2011/I The Price Is Right Announcer
eCupid 2011 eCupid TV Announcer
Car Science 2011 TV Series Narrator
What’s with That House? 2006 TV Series Host
The Ultimate Ultimate Challenge 2006 TV Series Host
$25 Million Dollar Hoax 2004 TV Series Host / Narrator
I’d Do Anything 2004 TV Series Host
Watching Ellie 2003 TV Series George Gray
Cabin Pressure 2002 TV Movie Cable Guy
Dish Dogs 2000 Video Aaron
Extreme Gong 1998 TV Series Host
Party of Five 1998 TV Series Friend 2
Dead Beat 1994 Cop Outside Station
Can’t Buy Me Love 1987 Bobby Hilton (as George Gray III)


Title Year Status Character
The Newlywed Game 1996 TV Series audience warm-up


Title Year Status Character
The Price Is Right 2010-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest Announcer / Himself – Announcer
The 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Announcer
Gimme My Reality Show! 2008 TV Series Himself – Host
HGTV Showdown 2008 TV Series Himself – Host
What’s with That Christmas House? 2007 TV Movie Himself – Host
Man Land 2007 TV Series Himself – Host
American Cannibal 2006 Documentary Himself
Poorman’s Bikini Beach 2005 TV Series Himself
Todd TV 2004 TV Series documentary Host
Girls Girls Girls 2003 Video documentary Himself
Weakest Link 2002-2003 TV Series Himself – Host
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 2002 TV Series Himself
Junkyard Wars 2001 TV Series Himself – Host
Junkyard Wars 1998 TV Series Presenter (2001)

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Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2001 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Non-Fiction Program (Special Class) Scrapheap (1998)

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