Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle is an American news personality who is currently one of the co-hosts of the news and talk show ‘The Five’ on Fox News Channel. She has also hosted the program ‘Both Sides’ on Court TV, as well as served as a legal analyst on ‘Anderson Cooper 360°.’ An attorney by profession, she ventured into television after several years of a successful legal career. Before taking up television as a full-time career, she held a high-profile job as a prosecuting attorney in San Francisco and Los Angeles, and had even served as an assistant District Attorney in San Francisco for four years. Once married to prominent California politician Gavin Newsom, she first came into limelight due to her husband’s high visibility in the media. She started appearing on television specials in the mid 2000s and over a period of time quit her legal career to focus more on her television appearances. In 2011, Guilfoyle was chosen as a co-host for the ‘The Five,’ a news and talk show on Fox News Channel featuring a rotating panel who discuss current stories, political issues, and pop culture, a post that earned her much name and fame as a news personality. In mid-2017 it was reported that Guilfoyle was being considered to serve as press secretary for President Donald Trump. However, the reports were later dismissed.