|Net Worth:||$1.5 Million|
|Birthday:||Oct 29, 1988|
|Age:||33 years old|
|Height:||5.5 feet (169cm)|
|Birthplace:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||TV-personality, Comedian, Reporter|
|Last Updated:||July, 2022|
Katherine Clare Timpf is a multifaceted individual who was born in October 1988 in Detroit, USA. Kat Timpf is a well-known American television personality, libertarian columnist, comedian, journalist, commentator and reporter. Kat Timpf’s net worth is said to be at 1.5 million US Dollars.
How Did Kat Timpf Become Rich?
Kat Timpf is the eldest child of Daniel and Anne Marie Timpf. Her brother is a lyricist and singer, while her sister is a model and actress.
Timpf grew her wealth by hosting and co-hosting numerous Fox News programs – on radio and television. These shows include: ‘The Greg Gutfeld Show’ and hosts the show ‘Sincerely, Kat’, her work with ‘The Washington Times’ was as a digital editor.
Timpf has a BA in English; she studied at Hillsdale College and graduated in 2010. She wrote about her experience in college and how professors were trying to be politically correct and did not allow for open-ended conversations and discourse in their classrooms. She mentioned that ‘social justice warriors’ and liberals were easily offended by opinions contrary to theirs, specifically from right-wing students – and this prevented free speech.
While in college, she worked as a print and video reporter for CampusReform.org under the Leadership Institute was the beginning of her libertarian career. The website wrote about the problems students were facing on campus.
She has been a well-known comedian since 2010; she performed at well-renowned Comedy Clubs like New York Comedy Club and Gotham Comedy Club. She has previously opened for American actor-comedian Marlon Wayans.
In the same year, she worked as a TV host and a digital editor for media outlets. The two outlets included International Business Times and The Washington Times. She wrote columns and satirical pieces at National Reviews, an online news website, Investor’s Business Daily and Orange County Register.
She started working at the National Review in July of 2014. In October 2014, three months later, her mother, Anne Marie, passed away. After she resigned from the organization, she posted a letter saying goodbye (on the website) in 2020. In the letter, she thanks the team for being supportive and accommodating during her period of loss and grief.
It is no surprise that Kat Timpf has gained fame and success as a comedian and writer; her writing style is controversial, but it is also funny, relatable and conversational – it appeals to a political audience from the left, right and moderate. A satirical article that Timpf wrote for National Reviews in January of 2018 revolved around Donald Trump’s presidential election campaign and presidential win. Her article made several ridiculous comparisons between her lifestyle and quirks and Donald Trump’s lifestyle and quirks.
She brings up and contrasts how she still uses her ex-boyfriend’s brother’s Netflix account and posting fake pregnancy announcements on her Instagram with Trump’s racist remarks against immigrants and minorities and his past tweets that threaten a nuclear war with North Korea. She emphasised how being quirky or mentally ill did not coincide with being a terrible president; being a terrible president has everything to do with the individual and the choices they make while in office.
In 2016 she was featured on the Barstool Sports YouTube channel. Her satirical, political nature came through as she interviewed college students in Cancun during spring break. Timpf continued down her path in journalism as a news anchor on Third Rock Radio.
In 2017 Kat Timpf found herself working on the show Fox News Specialists with Eboni Williams and Eric Bolling. The show revolved around national and international politics that affected the USA; the show was cancelled in August of 2017 after female co-workers accused Eric Bolling of sending obscene and lewd messages and pictures.
In 2019 she became an on-air political figure when she got her own Fox show called Sincerely, Kat. Before that, she was a host on The Kat Timpf Show.
Kat Timpf has grown her wealth by appearing and featuring on shows like the Greg Gutfeld Show on Fox, America lives with Megn Kelly, World with Neil Cavuto, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and Red Eye, Baltimores 98 rock, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and Sunday Morning Features with Maria Bartiromo.
It is safe to say that her position at Fox News and controversial opinions have helped catapult her to greater heights.
What Is Kat Timpf Net Worth?
She is a very private individual and, because of this, there is not a lot of (accurate) information about her net worth or the exact figures of her revenue.
Her net worth is almost 1.5 million US Dollars. In 2022, her annual salary was estimated to be anywhere between 51,000 to 70,000 US Dollars. It can be assumed that she receives additional payment from her writing, comedy shows, collaborations on other people’s shows, television, radio and podcasting work(s).
How Kat Timpf Spends Her Money?
There is no available information about how she spends her money. But after perusing her Instagram page, it is easy to derive that Timpf lives in a swanky New York apartment with her now-husband and cats and that some of her income goes towards looking after her pet cats, travelling and her recent wedding to Cameron Friscia.
- As libertarian Timpf’s political views often cause her to ruffle up a few feathers; from her controversial take on an independent political system.
- In July and November of 2018, she was assaulted and threatened by two people who were not happy with her affiliation to conservative media houses like Fox News. The two men verbally abused her and proceeded to throw water on her.
- She has attributed these incidences to her need for privacy – she fears for her livelihood due to where she works.
- She made fun of the Star Wars fandom and Star Wars fans but refused to apologise for her comments after fans sent her death threats on social media. She stated that she had nothing to apologise for, the political correctness within the pop industry was threatening (her) free speech.
- Timpf is a self-proclaimed feminist that suffered backlash when she called Hilary Clinton a false feminist because Clinton attacked the women who accused her husband of sexually abusing them.
- In 2012, Timpf received a Journalism Fellowship award that led her to do a project analysing the Golden State policy in California.
- Timpf’s glasses have become a signature part of her look; she has mentioned that she does not need glasses but wears them because she likes how they look on her.
- Timpf underwent neck surgery after being attacked in a Brooklyn bar.
- She has been secretive about her dating life until May of 2021, she tied the knot to her long-time boyfriend. The two met on a dating application known as Raya.
- Her now-husband, 32-year-old Cameron Friscia, is from Detroit, Michigan.
- Timpf was home-schooled as a child, it is for this reason that she chose to write home-schooling in April of 2020 for Yahoo! News.
- In the article, she discusses a proposed presumptive ban on parents exploring home-schooling. The law professor who proposed the ban, Elizabeth Bartholet, believed that laws allowing parents to home-school their children are authoritarian; because it lets parents have 24/7 access and control over their children. Timpf disagreed with their opinion; she attributes her success later in life to her father home-schooling her.
- She believes that every child and parent should have the freedom and ability to pick between home-schooling or public schooling depending on their preference.
- In June of 2020, Timpf got into trouble after she commented on the Greg Gutfeld Show. Jimmy Kimmel, a well-known TV personality, announced that he would be taking a break from work. He did so to spend time with his family after his new-born son’s open-heart surgery and health conditions.
- She joked about how people with children can get away from their responsibilities and obligations, but people who do not have children, like her, do not have the same option. Gutfeld had to cut her short and inform her that the reason Kimmel was taking a break was to be with his family because of his son’s heart condition.
- She had to make a public apology on the Gutfeld show after fans were, understandably, upset with her comment and called her out on applications like Twitter.