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Kimberly Guilfoyle

Updated on October 24, 2014

Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle

Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle was born March 9, 1969 to a Puerto Rican mother and an Irish-American father in San Francisco. Kimberly and her brother were raised by a single father after she turned 10 when her mother died of leukemia.

Guilfoyle graduated from the University of California, Davis and the University Of San Francisco School Of Law. She worked her entire way through school, including a brief stint as a lingerie model.

She later went on to become an assistant district attorney in San Francisco where she received national attention in 2001 for successfully prosecuting two defendants whose two dogs had mauled a woman to death. Later that same year, she married a local city supervisor from a prominent family named Gavin Newsom. He was later elected mayor in 2003. They divorced in March of 2006.

In January 2004, Kimberly became a co-host on the Court TV program "Both Sides". She also served as legal analyst on ABC's "Good Morning America" and CNN's "Larry King Live" and "Anderson Cooper 360".

Kimberly joined FOX News Channel in January of 2006 as a host on a one hour long crime based program called "The Line Up". It airs Saturdays and Sundays from 9-10 PM EST. The show covers major breaking news and focuses on legal affairs and issues of the day. It is the highest rated cable show of its time slot. Kimberly also serves as a legal analyst for FOX News. She is married to Eric Villency, president and CEO of Maurice Villency, Inc., and lives in New York City.

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      tc 

      4 years ago

      Smart. H ot.I love her

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      jason9191 

      6 years ago

      best legs on T.V. ever!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: a little jealous Nancy? Maybe in your next life you could look as good as her.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      love the 5 but man...Kimberly is easily Kimberly's #1 fan. Andrea & Dana's humility is very attractive & makes them even more feminine.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I love the 5 but man...Kimberly is easily Kimberly's #1 fan. Andrea & Dana's humility is very attractive & makes them even more feminine.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      kimberely is drop dead gorgeous. i do like less make-up, but who can argue with perfection. wish i was younger. love you kim

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      all you haters need to get off of her

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      All you haters need to get off of her

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: I've seen dead people look less "made up." Maybe Fox News viewers can't afford a high def tv; so they don't notice.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      How many pounds of make up does she put on before she goes "on air"?

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I wonder if we would recognize her sans all that heavy makeup, much too much, looks like a hooker.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Great mind, great looks and her personality really shines through on "The Five" - on of my favourite TV people.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      prettiest smile in showbiz

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Yeah, she wears great shoes!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Yeah, she wears great shoes!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      She is a pretty girl, has a good voice for her profession and is good at her job except

      on The Five somehow her role there does not do her justice. Kind of takes her down a

      level.

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      Thomas F. Wuthrich 

      7 years ago from Michigan

      Kimberly Guilfoyle is terrific; part of FNC's very "deep bench." Took at least two minutes for this lens to load...and another two minutes for the thumb to stop rotating. Talk about dedication! Thumbs up.

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      E L Seaton 

      7 years ago from Virginia

      Ohhhh, FOX network. I have to tune in. She sounds like a sharp cookie.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      @delia-delia: This person is defffffinitely a MORON!!!!

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I love her looks and personnallity. She is an asset for Fox News.

      I am sorry she is married!!!!

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      Is this Kimberly lady for real? I thought she was very attractive until i heard her talk. Then i literally saw a dumb demon. How she got a job as a prosecutor and TV analist is unreal. The only thing she is good for is looks, and that's hard to see after she opens her mouth. At least most good looking people have some sense and morals. She doesnt even display one of those. I seen her on fox news talking about the casey anthony trial. She was totally out of control didnt listen to anything that the other panelist where asking here, and always interrupting when others where talking. She said that she was hurt for caleys death like most others say, but right after she said she wanted her mom casey to be sentenced to death over something that does not have any proof. Even if somebody is proven to be guilty of murder, they shouldnt even be sentenced to death. Regaurdless of the death penalty law. The only reason they have it is to save money for keeping killers alive in prison which is so wrong and those that imposed this law will be dealt with on judgement day by God. I can't wait until all of those that think death should be imposed in any circumstance are dealt with by God after this short time we have here on earth. They make it very hard to enjoy life with there hatred and judgmental stupidity. As fare as those few who think and have said that this kimberly is smart or professional they must be very blinded by her looks and very bad judge of character. She does have a good and vast memory for many opinions of nonsense to support her low IQ, fans, and supporters, and that's about all which isnt much. All i can say is that if she does have any friends i hope they can or hopefully will see through her and give her what she deserves, and when judgement day comes shortly she and others like her pay for eternity for there stupidity, hatred, and judgement on others.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: I've just seen this women for the first time on You Tube mouthing off about Richard Dawkins. What a dreadful women. She was colluding with the equally dreadful Bill O'Reilly (claiming he slapped Dawkins around - how sad is that?) who is still smarting from two interviews he had with the Oxford academic where he, O'Reilly, was made to look like a clown. Her appearance was a complete turn-off and is probably typical of red-necked American religious fruit cakes of which, I believe, there are many. I wonder how many men, in particular, wanted to give her a slap. Maybe she would like to come to England and debate with Dawkins face to face so that we can see how bright she really is.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: I've just seen this women for the first time on You Tube mouthing off about Richard Dawkins. What a dreadful women. She was colluding with the equally dreadful Bill O'Reilly (claiming he slapped Dawkins around - how sad is that?) who is still smarting from two interviews he had with the Oxford academic where he, O'Reilly, was made to look like a clown. Her appearance was a complete turn-off and is probably typical of red-necked American religious fruit cakes of which, I believe, there are many. I wonder how many men, in particular, wanted to give her a slap. Maybe she would like to come to England and debate with Dawkins face to face so that we can see how bright she really is.

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      Delia 

      8 years ago

      I don't watch the programs she is on, but have seen her...she is very beautiful, interesting and highly opinionated. My daughters are Puerto Rican and German, it indeed makes for strong willed, opinionated and competitive individuals... with beauty to top it *!*

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      Kimberly Guilfoyle will always be remembered as a wonderful spirit!

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      Deb Kingsbury 

      8 years ago from Flagstaff, Arizona

      I used to see her quite often on television (I don't now only because I rarely watch TV anymore) and was always impressed with her. Beauty and brains is always appealing.

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      CrustyCodger 

      8 years ago

      What happened to FOX fair and balanced? I don't know anything about the church involved in the death of that child in Oregon. How do you know the child WOULD have been saved? I have two adult friends who died because they caught a disease in an Iowa hospital. Do you attack hospitals or some of the crummy doctors in the way you attacked those poor parents?

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      Ms. Guilfoyle has an identity conflict. She's smart enough and professional enough, but she can't credibly be both a women's libber and news commentator, and at the same time, someone sitting at an anchor desk sporting way too much cleavage. To be credible, Kimberly needs to pick one role or the other. Nov 28 is yet another example.

      We saw her recently on another Fox show, maybe Greta's, where she was paired up with a fellow who had written a book on advice to single ladies. Kimberly verbally berated the author for what she described as his sexist comments or advice. The author brilliantly turned to her and said correctly that she could not complain of a little sexism on his part, while she at the same time is sitting at the anchor desk, sporting way to much cleavage.

      Kimberly needs to decide. If she wants to display herself as an object that's fine. If she wants to be a credible news interviewer, that's fine. Unfortunately she looks a bit foolish trying to pull off both at the same time. She needs to settle her identity conflict, and figure out who she really is.

      She seems to have a great potential, but right now the dual role is a bit ill advised. Help her build her career, tell her to cut out most of the breast revelations, or else her career may better take a "u" turn and she'll wind up in the pages of Playboy as the zenith and effectively end of her news career. Shes apparantly onflicted over her past as a underwear model.

      She has got a lot to offer. She's new in the business. She could benefit from a few well chosen words. We all know that all men like a little cleavage, it's just that she's on the wrong channel right now, for what she's showing. She could benefit from the memo, "less is more'.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      I just saw her on fox talking to a woman who is being harassed by the police because she had a slight business relationship with Jaycee Dugard. The position she took towards the woman gave me the impression that she is an incredibly biased person towards the police capable of no wrong-doing. Definitely a right wing moron.

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