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Bernard J. McGuirk was born on the 26th October 1957, in South Bronx, New York City, USA, and is best known as the executive producer of the radio talk show “Imus in the Morning”, hosted by Don Imus. His career started in the late ‘80s.
Have you ever wondered how rich Bernard McGuirk is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources it has been estimated that McGuirk’s net worth is as high as $3 million, likely to grow as his annual salary apparently amounts to $500,000.
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Bernard is native of South Bronx neighborhoods, and after he finished high school, enrolled at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, located in Riverdale. In order to support himself and his education costs, Bernard worked as a taxi driver, before graduating and finding a job in one of many television and radio stations.
In 1996 Bernard became the executive producer of the radio talk show “Imus in the Morning”, and until 2007 was the man behind the highly popular radio talk show, which aired on several radio stations in the north-eastern US, including WNBC/WFAN and on the MSNBC television channel. Although his main role was as an executive producer, Bernard made countless appearances on the program, mainly as a celebrity impersonator, while also working frequently as a co-host next to Don Imus. Throughout the years, the two have made numerous comments about notable people that would make them feel sorry for what they did. They regarded ex-President Barack Obama as a jug-eared neophyte, but it all culminated in 2007 when they called the Rutgers University women’s basketball team a bunch of hardcore hos. Because of the remark, the two were fired, and the show ceased to exist. However, luckily for Don Imus he was rehired due to the large contract he had with the CBC, and the show started airing on WABC, and it still airs today. Bernard on the other hand, has appeared in several talk shows, such as “The O’Reilly Factor” (2008-2017), “Hannity” from 2009 until 2014, and most recently “Watters’ World” (2016-2017), continuing to contribute to his net worth.
He also returned to “Imus in the Morning Show”, and stays a regular cast member, apart from the executive producer role he also still holds, which have only increased his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Bernard is married to Cara, and the couple has two children.