Kevin Pereira, an American presenter, and TV personality is best known as the creator of the G4 digital pop culture show Attack of the Show. Pereira is also many other things, including a serial entrepreneur, producer, tech nerd, actor, and musician.
Kevin Pereira Bio
Kevin Elder Pereira was born on 28 December 1982 in San Leandro, California. He is of Portuguese descent. He started presenting shows with Pointless Audio at the age of 14 under the pseudonym Captain Immy.
In the show, Kev showed his funny side and called on innocent people to prank. The show was featured on gaming sites such as Planet Quake and ShugaShack, before being broadcast on Pointless TV and then on LickMySweaty.com.
As part of a project at Deer Valley High School, which he attended, Kevin created a short film that he released on LickMySweaty.com. He received three awards from the California Media Festival for the video in 2001. In 2002, Kevin was awarded for another of his videos. Kevin was spectacular in his talent and won a scholarship to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California to study film and television production for one semester.
Kevin worked for 5 years with an Internet service provider and a television network as a network administrator. He then got a job at G4tv.com, initially as a production assistant. Kevin quickly became the face of the network that hosts shows like Arena and Pulse. In 2004, when G4 moved its studio to Los Angeles, Kevin also moved to host The Screen Savers.
Kevin helped renew the computers, adapting the show to new technologies to incorporate pop culture and parodies. The new show was celebrated on March 28, 200 under the new name Attack of the Show! Kevin hosted the show throughout its length and was accompanied by many actresses who acted as his co-host.
The final episode of the show was broadcast on 31 May 2012.
Besides his work on G4, Kevin also had other ambitions. He hosted the syndicated quiz show Let’s Ask America, which will air in 2014. He was replaced by MTV VJ Bill Bellamy. Kevin was co-host of “Xbox @ E3 Live” and “The Young Turks” in 2013. In 2015, Kevin hosted the Nintendo World Championship.
Under his production company Super Creative, Kevin runs his own podcast and writes for various publications, including Wired Magazine.
Kevin is also the founder of Sidestream.com and live webcast the attack.tv, which joined DISNEY XD in June 2017. On TruTV, Kevin hosts HackMyLife.
Kevin Pereira Net Worth
The merits of Kevin Pereira were never revealed to the public. However, several reliable sources have estimated his net worth at around $3 million.
The fact that Kevin Pereira is not gay is reinforced by the fact that he has been romantically involved with a number of women. From 2010 to 2012, he was with his Internet colleague Meg Turney. Turney is also a cosplayer, model, and vlogger. She is openly bisexual. The public is not aware of what caused her breakup with Kevin.
In 2015, fans got reasons to believe that the two were still together from posts like this.
Since 2017, however, no photos of Brea Grant have been posted on the Pereira site, causing many to speculate that they may have gone their separate ways, as celebrities almost always do.
There are also rumors that Kevin went out with Sara Jean Underwood and Alison Haislip. However, the rumors were never confirmed.
Kevin has a dog named Dr.Wesley Snipes whom he frequently flaunts on social media.
Although he is a fervent supporter of gay rights, Kevin Pereira is a very heterosexual guy. He often goes to his Twitter page to express his concern about how the gay community is usually treated unfairly.