American game show host, comedian, and announcer George Gray has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Born in Ballwin, Missouri in March 1967. He earned his degree from the University of Arizona. Gray served as a sketch and stand-up comedian before going on to make his hosting debut in FXM Friday Nights on the Fox Movie Channel. Gray then went on to co-host the TBS series Movies For Guys Who Like Movies, the first season of Junkyard Wars, and the TV series Extreme Gong on GSN. He was also the host of Weakest Link, which is the American version of the game show, between 2002 and 2003 as well as of the reality TV series Todd TV on FX and a GSN special named National Lampoon’s Greek Games. Besides, Gray also hosted the ESPN reality TV series I’d Do Anything and the HGTV series What’s With That House? and Manland, and co-hosted NBC’s series $25 Million Dollar Hoax. In 2011 he became permanent announcer for the long running game show The Price Is Right, and in the same year he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program for Scrapheap.