Moon Griffon Bio,  Age, Height, Family, Wife, Show, Net Worth and Fisherman

By | July 5, 2021

Moon Griffon Biography

Moon Griffon an American Conservative Radio Talk Show Host working at KPEL 96.5 FM in Lafayette, Southern Louisiana from where he was formerly working at KMLB AM in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Northern Louisiana.

He is always compared to Rush Limbaugh, a national talk radio show host who airs his program reflecting the Louisiana district accent as well as his brand of politics. His own show ‘The Moon Griffon Show’ was first aired on 23 August 1993 after ‘The Rush Limbaugh Show’ had began five years earlier.

Moon Griffon Age

Griffon was born on 16 May 1961 in Plaquemine, Louisiana, United States of America.

Moon Griffon Career

Griffon broadcasts from stations in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Shreveport, Thibodaux, Winnfield, Louisiana, and Natchez, Mississippi as well as at Monroe and Lafayette outlets. He acquired a New Orleans station in nearby Slidell late in 2008. His show ‘The Moon Griffon Show’ was first aired on 23 August 1993.

Griffon frequently hosted the late Hammond attorney and state government watchdog C. B. Forgotston, known for his carefully crafted words, fiscal conservative views, and opposition to gambling and political corruption. Another occasional guest is Elliott Stonecipher, the political analyst, consultant, and pollster from Shreveport.

An occasional substitute host for Griffon has been the Monroe attorney Paul Loy Hurd, Sr. (born March 1954), the author of Louisiana’s Governmental Cesspool: The Constitutional Solution, an exposé of government waste and inefficiency.

Another substitute host, John William Sutherlin, a native of El Dorado, Arkansas, who holds a Ph.D. from the University of New Orleans, is an associate professor of political science at Griffon’s alma mater, the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He is the co-director of the Social Science Research Laboratory at ULM.

Griffon’s former co-host, Ruth Ulrich of Monroe, is a former member of the Louisiana Republican State Central Committee and the Republican National Committee. The co-host role was exercised daily from 2010 to 2014 by Gregory Francis “Greg” Gulyas (born December 1950), a Democrat, a native of Flint, Michigan, and the news director of KMLB in Monroe, which carries Griffon’s program.

Moon Griffon Salary

Moon earns an annual estimated salary of $50,000-$80,000

Moon Griffon Net Worth

Griffon has an estimated net worth of $12,563,404

Moon Griffon Fisherman

Moon loves to be a fisherman and frequently reveals openly on the radio program of his fishing success. He was a caterer for nine years before he started working ob his radio career. He as well addresses dinners and private gatherings as an entertainer and a motivational speaker. He has been affiliated with the North Monroe Baptist Church.

Moon Griffon Height and Weight

Moon stands tall at an average height and has a moderate weight.

Moon Griffon Education

Griffon joined to Roman Catholic-affiliated Redemptorist High School based in Baton Rouge and graduated from the school in 1979. He then joined the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) where he was recruited by Benny Hollis, a coach and later athletics to play basketball.

Moon Griffon Family

Moon was born to Charles Thomas “Tommy” and Dorothy Ann “Dot”. His father served for an unexpired term serving as an Iberville Parish police juror, while his mother served as the former Berthelot. He spent his childhood with his four siblings; two brothers, Steven Thomas and Kurt Joseph, two sisters, Karen Faye Griffon and Suzanne Marie Lestage.

Moon Griffon Wife and Children

Griffon has been married twice throughout his life. He is currently married to Tonia Lou Digirolamo, a former nurse at a specialty hospital. He was first married to Connie Rene Moseley though later they divorced. Connie remarried and gained her new name as Connie M. Pace.

In his first marriage, he has two sons; Daniel Blain, Derek Charles and in his second marriage he was blessed with two children; a son, Andrew Walker and daughter, Mattie, whom he mentions mostly on his program in terms of her special needs.

 

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