Gavin McInnes is a writer, creative director, and far-fight political commentator known for his racist and fascist ideologies. In 2002, the founder of the Proud Boys, McInnes, received strong backlash after his controversial racist comment in an interview with New York Press. As a result, the management team of Vice also apologized on his behalf.
McInnes' bad behaviors and repeated misconduct promoting violent extremist groups further led him to ban from Australia as well as on many social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Despite being one of the controversial figures in the world, the co-founder of Vice Media and Vice Magazine, McInnes is one of the leading businessmen.
Gavin McInnes has an estimated net worth of $10 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth as of 2020. McInnes has collected such an impressive amount of wealth from his multiple roles that range from writing, acting, to hosting.
McInnes has authored several books, including The Vice Guide to Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, Vice Dos and Don'ts: 10 Years of VICE Magazine's Street Fashion Critiques, and more.
Besides, McInnes has also worked in many movies like How to Be a Man (2013), Soul Quest Overdrive (2010), and Creative Control (2015) as well. Likewise, Gavin is a contributor to Taki's Magazine and is reportedly paid over $63,000 a year.
McInnes was also reportedly spent millions of money (perhaps $10 – $20 million) to escape from his legal troubles.
Gavin McInnes put his luxe 1,300-square-foot penthouse in Williamsburg, Virginia, for $2.499 million in Feb 2016. He originally bought the three-bedroom, two-bath home at 80 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg for $1.155 million back in 2011, according to the public records.
The penthouse also has two terraces, one attached to the master bedroom, and the other off the living room.
Gavin McInnes was born on 17th July 1970, in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England. He is the son of James McInnes, the Vice-President of Operations at Gallium Visual Systems Inc., a Canadian defense company (now called Kongsberg Geospatial Ltd) and Loraine McInnes, a former business tutor.
At the age of four, McInnes' family migrated to Canada and settled in Ottawa, Ontario. He completed his schooling from Earl of March Secondary School. He later went on to enroll at Carleton University.
Gavin holds British and Canadian Citizenship.
Gavin McInnes tied the knot with Emily Jendrisak, a Manhattan-based publicist and consultant on 17th Sep 2005. His wife Emily is also the daughter of Christine Whiterabbit Jendrisak, an American activist.
McInnes currently resides in Larchmont, New York with his family. He is now a green card holder of the United States.