Paul Gigot Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox News

Paul Gigot
Paul Gigot

Paul Gigot Biography

Paul  Gigot works on Fox News Channel as the moderator of the public affairs tv-series Journal Editorial Report. He also works on The Wall Street’s editorial pages as an editor and he also is an American political commentator.  

Gigot worked in the column called” Potomac Watch” as a writer for more than fourteen years, He also worked under the former U.S.A President Ronald Reagan in 1986, as a White House Fellow previously.

Paul Gigot Age

Gigot was born on May 24, 1955, in San Antonio, Texas, the United States. He is 66 years old as of 2021.

Paul Gigot Height

Gigot is 5 ft 11 in/1.8m tall.

Paul Gigot Education

Gigot finished his high school course at Abbot Pennings High School located in De Pere, Wisconsin in 1973. He then went to Dartmouth College where he graduated in 1977. During his tenure there he worked at Dartmouth as Editor-in-Chief.

Paul Gigot Family

Gigot has kept information on his parents and siblings away from the limelight.

Paul Gigot Wife

Gigot has managed to keep details on his marital status away from the limelight. As he enjoys keeping his personal life private, despite being a well-known person.

Paul Gigot Salary

Gigot annually earns a salary of $76,487 per year, according to Fox News hosts salaries.

Paul Gigot Net Worth

Gigot has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.

Paul Gigot Career

Gigot works on Fox News Channel as the moderator of the public affairs tv-series Journal Editorial Report.  He also works on The Wall Street’s editorial pages as an editor. And Gigot also is an American political commentator, he’s held this position from September 17, 2001.

He worked in the column called” Potomac Watch” as a writer for more than fourteen years previously. Gigot also worked under the former U.S.A President Ronald Reagan in 1986, as a White House Fellow. He began working in 1980 for the journal in Chicago as a reporter.

Then Gigot moved to Hong Kong where he worked as an Asia correspondent in 1982.  For his extensive reporting on the Philippines, he won an Overseas Press Club award. Also while he was still in Hong Kong Gigot became the first winner of the editorial page editor of The Asian Wall Street Journal in 1984.

He was assigned to contribute a weekly column on politics, “Potomac Watch”. And editorials in Washington in 1987, this position earned him the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for commentary additionally.

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