Michael Loftus Biography

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Michael Loftus is a writer, commentator, and standup comedian who is a regular Fox News guest. With over 20 years of headlining experience, he’s written for shows like The George Lopez Show and Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management. Currently, he supervises Kevin Can Wait’s third season.

Loftus leans center-right in politics, offering candid and humorous insights from “flyover” states. His podcast, The Loftus Party, simplifies politics, social media, and pop culture with wit. He’s a skilled live performer known for charm and affability.

Michael Loftus Early Life, Family & Education 

Michael Loftus was born on 14th July 1965 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The information about his parents has not yet been disclosed to the media. He has also not shared information about his siblings with the media. At a young age, he showed interest in acting and also enjoyed being a comedian.

Michael has completed his high school education at a reputed school but has not shared details about the same. After his schooling, he went to a US State University for his Bachelor’s degree. He has not shared the exact details about his education.


Starting as a writer, director, actor, and producer, Michael entered the entertainment scene. In 2001, he joined “The Test” as a panelist. In 2004, he created the short film “Fellowship 9/11.” Moving forward to 2011, he contributed to the TV series “Outsources.”

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The following year, 2012, was busy for Michael as he engaged in various TV projects like “American Wiseass,” “Anger Management,” “Finding the Funny,” and “Comedy.TV.” In 2014, he gained prominence with “The Flipside with Michael Loftus,” a 36-episode series, and appeared on “NickMom Night Out.”

“Kevin Can Wait” became his focus in 2016. From 2017 to 2020, he actively participated in shows like “Red Eye w/ Tom Shillue,” “The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino,” “The Five,” “Fox and Friends,” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” 

In 2021, he stepped into a new role as co-executive producer for “The Crew.” The same year, he contributed to multiple projects including “Stinchfield,” “America Reports,” “Candace,” “Fox News Primetime,” “Fox Files,” “One Nation”. His most famous guest show is Gutfeld on Fox News where he shares his knowledge with Kat Timpf and Greg Gutfeld.  

Social Media

Michael is an active user on social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram. He joined Twitter in April 2009 and has earned 12.8k followers while he follows 114 users. His social media account is filled with comedy content and also posts pictures of himself. He also manages The Loftus Party account on Twitter which has gained around 14k followers. On the Instagram account @lofty_heights where he has 1716 followers. 

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Michael Loftus Biography

Real Name Michael Loftus
Birth Date July 14, 1965
Age (as of 2024) 59 Years
Birth Place Columbus, Ohio, United States
Nationality American
Profession Writer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Cancer

Physical Statistics

Michael Loftus comedian
Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 75 kg  –  in Pounds –  165 lbs
Shoe Size 9 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Average





Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Maura Soden
Children One

Personal Life

Michael married his wife, Maura Soden in 1995 in a close & intimate wedding. Maura is an actress, and producer and has also been an assistant to director Paul Bogart on the NBC show The Golden Girls. She has also worked as a post-production supervisor on Fox’s Hidden video. They are blessed with a daughter named Callahan Rose.

Michael Loftus Net Worth

In his journey through the entertainment industry, Michael Loftus has diligently built his career. Reports suggest he earns about $400,000 annually and holds an estimated net worth of approximately $1.5 million.


  • He worked as an actor in Criminal Minds as Ronny Duncan in 1998.
  • Micheal played a role in Premium Blend a TV series.
  • He worked as a director in a short film named Fellowship 9/11 in 2004.
  • Michael even worked as a story editor in a TV series named Outsourced and George Lopez.
  • He appeared in a Mini-series named Hopes & Dreams as Marty in 2020.  
  • In 2009 his one-hour special premiered on Comedy Central titled You’ve Changed and talks about surviving marriage and one argument you can never win.

3 thoughts on “Michael Loftus Biography”

  1. I’m reading “neither stunning nor brave” by Michael Loftus. It’s a delightful commentary on absolutely everything in the US right now. What definitely is stunning is how Loftus manages to achieve this in novel form with humor. Amazon has it so have yourself some fun and order it! No, I don’t know Michael Loftus (other than from Gutfeld!) but wish I did. We share a sense of humor and search for the absurd. Loftus finds it.

  2. I wish I could have a conversation with MLoftus too. Intelligence, wisdom, honesty, gentleness, lovingkindness, integrity, and straight-shooting come through always in his commentary on Gutfeld. Am about to order the book…but not from Amazon! Good grief!

    Am boycotting all 107 companies that signed that ridiculous letter opposing the Georgia election reform law — please people, read that law! The only votes that law will suppress are those of dead people, non-US citizens, and those who vote more than once. Have an actual conversation with a person who struggles economically. How do you think they get food stamps? Housing help? Childcare help? With their state IDs! Illegal voting hurts the poor the most. Please read that law and support fair and honest voting laws.


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