Andy Levy

Andrew Levy, better known as Andy levy, is a commentator, Humor player on Fox News and appears on the late-night show Red Eye. He has been associated with the show since2007, the year it was born. He holds the show with his witty comments and humor and serves viewers perfectly.

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Early Life and Background

Levy is a graduate of Smithtown High School East in Smithtown, New York, the same high school Soledad O'Brien went to. A bachelor's degree in political science was also obtained from Columbia University, where he currently resides. Mr. Johnson is a decorated veteran of the United States Army (he served as a 31K Combat Signaler); his first permanent duty station was on the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) with the 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, which was a component of the 2nd Infantry Division. Aside from that, he served with the 4th Battalion, 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment at Fort Bliss, Texas.


Before relocating to Los Angeles, he worked as an associate producer at NBC News in Washington, DC, for three years. Levy spent ten years in the entertainment industry, including stints as a publicist for the 69th Academy Awards and as an executive with the Directors Guild of America. Meanwhile, he was in Los Angeles, he also worked as a keyboardist for singer/songwriter Dalton Grant and Suite 69, which bills itself as "the World's Greatest Cover Band." He also maintained a blog under the name of the Cranky Insomniac, which has been inactive since 2006.

In 2007, he began hosting Red Eye, a late-night news show on the Fox News Channel.

First, he served as the show's ombudsman, hosting the "Halftime Report" and "Postgame Wrap-Up" segments, and then, beginning in 2009, he made a brief appearance on the "Pre-Game." In 2013, he was invited to participate on a regular basis on the panel. When Tom Shillue took over as host of the show in 2015, Levy returned to his previous position as half-time ombudsman. When the show's host was absent, Levy took over as host, and he also appeared on the panel as the fictitious screen and stage actor "Victor Roberts" on a few occasions.

Affectionately referred to as "T.V.'s Andy Levy" or "T.V.'s Very Own Andy Levy," he appeared on several television shows. His deadpan delivery and libertarian politics have made him a household name. In 2009, he was forced to apologize to the Canadian military, and his personal catchphrase is "I apologize for nothing," a sarcastically humorous reference to Red Eye host Greg Gutfeld. As well as fake "Fox News Alerts"—such as announcing that the newsroom soda machine was out of Mr. Pibb—and segments such as "Twitter News," in which he reported on matters of "grave national concern," such as pop star Taylor Swift receiving free floss from her dentist—Levy has also appeared on other shows, including the reality show "The Bachelorette."

As A TV Personality

On the channel, Levy is a famous man, among viewers and staff, usually referred to as T.V.'s Andy. He is associated with different activities on the track and always appears in many shows, not full-time.

His humor generating sense is a catch for the audience, and they find it very entertaining. His presence increases the program's interest, and no one can think of it without him. He shares a good understanding with his co-host and co-workers, including management. His punches are tickling and keep an audience on edge.

Quick Facts
Net Worth 2021: 2.3 million
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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