Who is Elena Moussa?
Elena Moussa was born in Moscow, Russia, on 4 May 1982 – her zodiac sign is Taurus, and she holds Russian nationality. She’s a fashion designer, a model and the former editor of the Russian edition of the men’s magazine “Maxim”, but perhaps known best for being the wife of the Fox News host Greg Gutfield.
Early life and education
Elena spent her childhood in Moscow and London, England. Not a lot is known about her parents and siblings, as she prefers to keep them out of the public eye, but it’s believed that she was born into a family of socialites, who might have had connections with the Russian fashion industry.
Elena became interested in fashion during her teenage years, and after matriculating from a local high school in 2000, she moved to New York City, where she studied fashion design at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology. She further continued her education, and has received a Master’s degree in fasion/apparel design from Parsons School of Design in 2015.
Modeling career and other ventures
After graduating in 2003, Elena returned to Russia, launching her modeling career. She walked the catwalk for several renowned brands, and appeared on the cover of a number of Russian fashion magazines. Later on, she started working as a photo editor for “Maxim Russia”, which is when she first had a chance to collaborate with her future husband, Greg Gutfeld.
Nowadays, Elena doesn’t do modeling anymore, but is still active in the fashion industry. Since 2011, she’s been running her own clothing company, called The Moussa Project, which she co-owns with her sister Victoria, and is also working as a personal stylist.
Marriage with Greg Gutfeld
Elena and Greg met back in 2004, when they were working for Russian and UK editions of “Maxim”, respectively. It was Greg’s first day at the new job, when he attended a conference of various editors for different “Maxim” publications. Elena immediately caught his eye, but initially seemed indifferent to his attention. ‘When I saw her, I said to the editor of Maxim Russia, ‘Who is this woman?’ And I foolishly hit on her for three days.’, Greg revealed in an interview he gave for the online magazine “Daily Beast”.
Luckily for them, the two eventually hit it off, and Elena even moved to London to be with Greg. After five months of dating, they married in a civil ceremony in New York City in late 2004. In 2006, he left his job at “Maxim UK”, and the couple left London.
Greg currently lives in New York, while Elena is splitting her time between New York and Moscow, where she runs her business.
Appearance, age and net worth
Elena is 39 years old. She has shoulder length black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), while her vital statistics are 33-24-35.
As of January 2022, her net worth has been estimated at more than $2 million.
Greg Gutfeld Wiki Bio
Greg Gutfeld was born in San Mateo, California USA, on 12 September 1964 – his zodiac sign is Virgo, and he holds American nationality. He’s a humorist, author, TV host and a political commentator, perhaps known best for hosting “The Greg Gutfeld Show”, which airs on Fox News.
Greg was born to Alfred Jack Gutfeld and his wife Jaqueline Bernice. He was raised a devout Roman Catholic, and even served as an altar boy at a local church. Greg matriculated from Junipero Serra High School in 1983, and then attended the University of California, Berkley, from which he graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor’s degree in English. During his time in college, Greg started forming his current political views; as he explained later, his libertarian stance comes from his opposition to ‘moralizing’ he perceives from both liberals and conservatives.
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After graduating college, Greg became an intern at the online magazine “The American Spectator”, serving as an assistant to the conservative political commentator R. Emmett Tyrrell. In 1995, he started working as a staff writer for the lifestyle magazine “Men’s Health”, and was promoted to editor-in-chief in 1999.
In the following year, he left “Men’s Health” and became editor-in-chief for the British consumer electronics magazine “Stuff”. During his time there, the magazine’s tenure increased almost 100%, however, in 2003, he performed a controversial stunt involving 12 dwarves whom he instructed to act as obnoxiously as possible at a Magazine Publishers of America conference, which resulted in him losing his job.
From 2004 through 2006 Greg lived in London, where he worked as an editor for the UK edition of “Maxim”. He was also one of the first contributors to the news aggregator “The Huffington Post”, greatly impacting its early success.
In 2007, he started doing TV work, serving as a host of the late-night talk show “Red Eye”, which aired on Fox News Channel; from 2007 to 2013, the journalist Bill Schultz served as his co-host, while Andy Levy was the show’s ombudsman. In 2011, Greg started hosting a new Fox News program entitled “The Greg Gutfield Show”, which has recently changed its name to “Gutfield!” It was one of the most-watched talk-shows in USA in 2021, surpassing “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”, and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” In late 2021, the Mediate website named Greg the 12th most influential person in American media.
Through his career, Greg has had his fair share of controversies. One of the biggest scandals broke out in 2009, when he discussed the Canadian Lieutenant General’s statement that the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) may require a one-year synchronized break after their retreat from Afghanistan in 2011.
He said ‘Isn’t this the perfect time to invade this ridiculous country? They have no army!’, while mocking the Canadian stereotypes of being overly polite and weak-spirited. The segment surfaced online only three days after CAF announced that four of their men had died in Afghanistan. Canadian Defence Minister at the time, Peter MacKay, urged Fox News to apologize, while describing Greg’s satirical remarks as ‘despicable, hurtful and ignorant’, which prompted Greg to offer an apology on the next week’s episode of “The Greg Gutfeld Show”.
More recently, in 2020, Greg publicly voiced his support for the former president Donald Trump’s claims that the 2020 presidential election had been subject to voter fraud. After Trump’s supporters stormed the United States Capitol building in January 2021, he argued that their distrust in the election results was justified, but later backtracked on his previous statements, condemning the violence that took place.
Greg has published nine books in the self-help genre, along with books satirizing American political climate, most of which went on to become “New York Times” bestsellers. His body of work includes titles such as “Lessons from the Land of Pork Scratchings”, “How To Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct”, and “The Plus: Self-Help for People Who Hate Self-Help”.
Greg is a registered member of the Libertarian Party, while he describes his religious beliefs as agnostic-atheism.
He is known to be a huge fan of heavy metal music, particularly the Texas-based band, Power Trip.
Greg is 57 years old. He has short grey hair and green eyes, he’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, and weighs around 128lbs (58kgs).
As of January 2022, his net worth has been estimated at more than $5 million.