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David Gregory

David Gregory

Aug. 24th, 1970
Born in
Los Angeles, California, USA
6' 5"

David Gregory's Main TV Roles

Show Character(s)
NBC Nightly News TV Show
NBC Nightly News
Hardball with Chris Matthews TV Show
Hardball with Chris Matthews
Meet the Press TV Show
Meet the Press

Main Movie Roles

Guest TV Roles

[none found]


  • Purchased a $2.45 million home in Washington, D.C., in October, 2005.
  • Graduated from The American University in Washington, D.C. with a bachelor's degree in International Studies.
  • Appears regularly as an analyst on _"Hardball with Chris Matthews" (1997)_ (qv) and _"The Chris Matthews Show" (2002)_ (qv).
  • He was part of the NBC team covering the September 11, 2001, attacks reporting from Florida where President 'George W. Bush' (qv) first learned of the catastrophe. He was the only television correspondent to accompany Bush to Ground Zero three days after the attacks.
  • In May, 2002, 'George W. Bush' (qv) visited France to meet with French President 'Jacques Chirac' (qv). At a press conference, David Gregory asked of Bush, "You said in reaction to demonstrations against you and your administration during this trip in Europe that it's simply a healthy democracy exercising its will, and that disputes are positive. But I wonder why it is you think there are strong - such strong sentiments in Europe against you and against this administration? Why, particularly, there's a view that you and your administration are trying to impose America's will on the rest of the world, particularly when it comes to the Middle East and where the war on terrorism goes next?" Then, he turned to Chirac, whom he addressed as "Monsieur le President Chirac," and asked - in French - "Would you maybe comment on that?" Bush was not amused by this display of fluency. "Very good," Bush said. "The guy memorizes four words, and he plays like he's intercontinental." Gregory was surprised, possibly defensive, and definitely ready to turn the tables when he replied, "I can go on." Bush snarked in return, "I'm impressed - que bueno. Now I'm literate in two languages." Viewers of the televised segment were divided: some thought that Gregory had legitimately embarrassed Bush, while Bush's supporters that that Bush's sarcastic wit had made self-mockery of both of them.
  • Named Senior White House correspondent for NBC News in February, 2001.

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