Last Updated: November 1, 2023
Richest Celebrities
Net Worth:
$1.5 Million
Date of Birth:
Dec 28, 1982 (40 years old)
Place of Birth:
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Screenwriter, Actor, Television producer
United States of America
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  1. Early Life
  2. Career
  3. Personal Life

What is Kevin Pereira's Net Worth?

Kevin Pereira is an American television personality who has a net worth of $1.5 million. Born in Antioch, California, in 1982, Kevin Pereira landed his first hosting gig when he was 14 years old on "Pointless Audio". He worked under the moniker "Captain Immy" and the show was usually based on prank calling unsuspecting people. It aired on gaming websites before becoming "Pointless TV" and later Pereira won three California Media Festival awards in 2001 for a short film he posted that was part of a high school project. He attended the Academy of Art University before leaving to work as a network administrator.

In 2002, he landed a job as a production assistant for "", then later "Arena Pulse" and "The Screen Savers". He hosted the network's live tech info show, "Attack of the Show!", with several actresses, including Olivia Munn at one point. He left in 2012 and now hosts game show "Let's Ask America". He's also co-hosted 2013's "The Young Turks" and "Xbox @ E3 Live". Pereira has his own production company called Super Creative and writes for several publications, including "Wired". He dated Meg Turney from 2010 until 2012 and Brea Grant from 2013-2015.

Early Life

Pereira was born on December 28, 1982 in Rochester, Michigan. His family later moved to California. From a young age, he was interested in video games, films, and video production. At the age of 14, he began hosting the show "Pointless Audio" under the pseudonym, Captain Immy. The show featured many prank calls and was hosted on gaming sites like Planet Quake and ShugaShack. The show eventually evolved into "Pointless TV" and then into This evolution occurred while Pereira was a student at Deer Valley High School in California. While a student there, he created a short film for his video production class. He later posted the video on The video earned him three California Media Festival awards in 2001. The following year, in 2002, another of his film projects was recognized at the awards. After high school, Pereira studied film and television production at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco on a scholarship. However, he only remained enrolled there for one semester.


While he had already created his own shows and websites while in high school, Pereira also pursued other career paths early in his life. He worked as a network administrator at an Internet service provider for several years. He also worked at a television network. He then began working at G4, a digital network focused on gaming, in 2002. He started as a production assistant on the talk show "" and then on "Arena" and "Pulse." In 2004, he began working on "The Screen Savers." The show, which launched in 1998, centered on computers, new technologies, and how they were being used in the real world. However, after it was taken over by G4, its focus become more general and less technology oriented. Pereira was the final host of the show along with Kevin Rose. He remained on the show until it was cancelled and the last episode aired in March 2005.

Pereira's first hosting gig on the network came when he worked as co-host for "Attack of the Show!" The show focused on technology info and was shot live, featuring an ensemble cast and segments on video games, pop culture, and movies, among many other topics. He remained on the show for over a decade and was the last original cast member to leave. He initially began hosting the show in 2005 and then hosted the show with Sarah Lane in 2006. He then worked with co-host Olivia Munn from 2006 to 2010. In 2011, Candace Bailey joined Pereira as a co-host. Pereira hosted his last episode of "Attack of the Show" on May 31, 2012. G4 had announced that his final broadcast would take place that day a couple weeks earlier. Pereira's final broadcast for the channel was for G4's Electronic Entertainment Expo coverage.


Later, Pereira produced a show for the SyFy channel called "Viral Video Showdown." Around this time, he was also hosting the syndicated quiz show, "Let's Ask America." The show debuted in September 2012 and featured contestants who participated in the quiz show from their homes via webcams. He hosted that show until 2014 when Bill Bellamy took over. In 2013, he appeared as a co-host on the political web show, "The Young Turks" alongside co-host Ana Kasparian. He also launched his podcast, "Pointless," on the Deathsquad podcast network. He later moved the show to SuperCreative.

From 2015 to 2018, Pereira co-hosted the American how-to series, "Hack My Life" along with co-host Brooke Van Poppelan. The show explores various life hacks that can save viewers time and money. He appeared in all three seasons of the show, which aired on TruTV.

On February 12, 2021, G4 announced that Pereira would return to host "Attack of the Show!" on the newly relaunched network. He remained on the show until September 2022 when he announced he would be leaving the network.

Personal Life

In 2010, Pereira began dating Meg Turney. She is a Twitch streamer, internet personality, vlogger, and cosplayer. They were in a relationship until 2012. He then started dating Brea Grant, an American actress, writer, and director, the following year in 2013. They remained together for two years until their split in 2015. Since then, he has not shared details with the public about his dating or romantic life, preferring instead to keep that part of his life private.

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