John Fugelsang is a broadcaster for the show, Tell Me Everything- which is broadcasted on SiriusXM Insight.
As a host, he presented shows like America's Funniest Home Videos or AFV (1997-2000) and series TV Watercooler and McEnroe. Further, he has interviewed various artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend, Brian Wilson, Yoko Ono, Willie Nelson, Tony Bennett, Alan Rickman, Joey Ramone, Carlos Santana, James Taylor, and more.
Apart from hosting, John is also credited for movies like Somewhere in the City (1998), Coyote Ugly (2000), and Price Check (2012).
Moreover, he is also a stand-up comedian. He has appeared in Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival and HBO’s U.S Comedy Arts Festival.
Personal Life: Wife And Children
The movie actor has been married to a woman named Charmian LaFramenta, who is a designer, since 29 February 2004.
John Fugelsang and wife Charmian LaFramenta on 14 February 2020 (John Fugelsang's Instagram)
Together, they are parents to one son named Henry Jack Fugelsang.
Net Worth Info
According to Celebrity Net Worth, John has a total net worth of $3 million.
Bio: Height, Age, Family And Education
John stands at a height measuring 6 feet and 1 inch (1.85 m). He was born as Jonathan Fugelsang on 3 September 1969 in Long Island, New York, United States America.
He was born to a father named Jack and mother, Peggy. John’s father was a Franciscan monk; whereas, his mother was a nun.
For his higher academic qualification, John attended New York University, New York, United States.
Lovestory Of John's Father And Mother
Jack fell for Peggy when he saw her for the first time in Brooklyn. At that time, Jack was ill with tuberculosis.
After meeting Peggy, Jack got madly in love with her but knew that he couldn’t have her as he was entirely devoted to God.
Jack expressed his love for Peggy via platonic letters for almost ten years. Jack didn’t stop writing even when she was sent to Malawi to take care of people who suffered from leprosy.
All of a sudden, Peggy returned to Brooklyn after the demise of her father. Soon, Jack knew about her return and headed off to meet Peggy. Then, he showed up to her at a hospital and confessed his feelings, which nearly horrified Peggy.
Jack was able to melt her heart with his romantic gesture. The couple eventually got married and also dropped their work names: Brother Boniface and Sister Damien.
Likewise, they never fell out of love as their bond became stronger with the years. After surpassing two heart attacks in his 60s, Jack was told that he would die within two years.
But, Jack responded by claiming that his love for Peggy wouldn't let him die. He even succeeded in surviving another five years after the doctor's warning but eventually passed away in August 2010.