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Gavin Miles McInnes (born July 17, 1970) is a British-born Canadian and American[2] writer, actor, comedian, founder of the Proud Boys, co-founder of Vice Media and the host of The Gavin McInnes Show on Compound Media. He is a contributor for The Rebel Media, and a frequent guest on television programs on Fox News [3] and TheBlaze TV.



Early life

McInnes was born in Hitchin, UK, to Scottish parents,[4] and moved to Canada when he was four.[5] He attended Ottawa’s Carleton University and received a degree in English[5] in 1992.

As a teen, McInnes played in the Ottawa punk band Anal Chinook.[6]


McInnes co-founded Vice in 1994 with Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi.[7] His role as an editor at Vice led to him being referred to as "the Godfather of hipsterdom"[8] and one of the "primary architects of hipsterdom".[9] He occasionally contributed articles to Vice, including The VICE Guide to Happiness[10] and The VICE Guide to Picking Up Chicks,[2] and co-authored two Vice books: The Vice Guide to Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll,[2] and Vice Dos and Don'ts: 10 Years of VICE Magazine's Street Fashion Critiques.[2] McInnes was featured in a 2003 New York Times article about Vice magazine expressing his political views.[14] In an interview in the New York Press, McInnes said that he was pleased that most Williamsburg hipsters are white.[14] McInnes later claimed in a letter to Gawker that the interview was done as a prank intended to ridicule, "baby boomer media like The Times."[2] After he became the focus of a letter-writing campaign by a black reader, Vice apologized for McInnes's comments.[14] In 2006, he was featured in The Vice Guide to Travel with actor and comedian David Cross in China.[2] He left Vice in 2007 due to "creative differences."[17] In a 2013 interview with The New Yorker, McInnes claimed his split with Vice was about the increasing influence of corporate advertising on Vice's content, stating that "Marketing and editorial being enemies had been the business plan." [2]

McInnes later created the website StreetCarnage.com. He also co-founded an advertising agency called Rooster where he serves as creative director.[20] He writes for the web magazine Taki's Magazine,[2] and TruthRevolt[3] and once wrote for Death and Taxes,[3] The Federalist,[3] and VDARE.[3]

In 2009, McInnes convinced a journalist at The Village Voice that he had been knocked out after losing a challenge to an MMA fighter.[3] The footage was actually an outtake from a failed TV pilot.[3] In 2010, McInnes convinced a journalist at Gawker that he had eaten a bowl of urine-soaked corn flakes after not winning their “Hipster of the Decade” competition.[3] The footage was actually an outtake from a collection of comedy sketches called Gavin McInnes Is a Fucking Asshole.[29]

An occasional standup comedian, McInnes directed a documentary on his standup comedy tour in 2013's The Brotherhood of the Traveling Rants.[3] For the film, McInnes faked a serious car accident. That same year, he published a book of cartoons entitled How to Piss in Public.[31]

In 2010, McInnes was approached by Adult Swim and asked to play the part of Mick - an anthropomorphic Scottish soccer ball - in the short-lived Aqua Teen Hunger Force spin-off Soul Quest Overdrive.[32] After losing a 2010 pilot contest to Cheyenne Cinnamon and the Fantabulous Unicorn of Sugar Town Candy Fudge, six episodes of Soul Quest Overdrive were ordered, with four airing in Adult Swim's 4 AM DVR Theater block on May 25, 2011 before quickly being cancelled. McInnes jokingly blamed the show's cancellation on the other cast members (Kristen Schaal, David Cross, and H. Jon Benjamin) not being "as funny" as him.[33]

In 2013, McInnes starred in the independent film How to Be a Man, which premiered at Sundance Next Weekend.[4] He has also played supporting roles in other films including 2010's Soul Quest Overdrive and 2015's Creative Control and One More Time.

McInnes was featured in Season 3 of the Canadian reality TV show Kenny vs Spenny, as a judge in the "Who is Cooler?" episode.

In October 2013, McInnes was interviewed by The Huffington Post on a panel about masculinity. He said that "people would be happier if women would stop pretending to be men", and that feminism "has made women less happy".[4] He explained that "We’ve trivialized childbirth and being domestic so much that women are forced to pretend to be men. They’re feigning this toughness, they’re miserable."[4] A heated argument ensued with University of Miami law professor Mary Anne Franks.[4]

In August 2014, McInnes was asked to take an indefinite leave of absence as chief creative officer of Rooster, following online publication at Thought Catalog of an essay about transphobia entitled "Transphobia is Perfectly Natural"[38] that sparked a call to boycott the company. In response, Rooster issued a statement, saying in part: "We are extremely disappointed with his actions and have asked that he take a leave of absence while we determine the most appropriate course of action."[39] McInnes defended the article by saying "All I was saying was transsexuals have a huge suicide rate," and calling the reaction "fake hysteria." [4]

In June 2015, Anthony Cumia announced that McInnes will be hosting a show on his network, therefore retiring the Free Speech podcast. The Gavin McInnes Show premiered on Compound Media on June 15 and airs Monday through Thursday at 10:30 A.M EST.

McInnes is a contributor to Canadian conservative portal The Rebel Media and a regular on Fox News' Red Eye, The Greg Gutfield Show, and The Sean Hannity Show.

Personal life

In 2005, McInnes married Manhattan-based publicist and consultant Emily Jendrisak.[5] McInnes said in 2013 that, after being an atheist most of his life, fatherhood made him believe in God and become a Roman Catholic. He has three children.[4]



Publishing history

  • 2003 The Vice Guide to Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll (Warner Books)
  • 2004 Vice Dos and Don'ts: 10 Years of VICE Magazine's Street Fashion Critiques (Grand Central)
  • 2009 Street Boners: 1,764 Hipster Fashion Jokes (Grand Central)
  • 2012 How to Piss in Public: From Teenage Rebellion to the Hangover of Adulthood (Scribner)
  • 2013 The Death of Cool: From Teenage Rebellion to the Hangover of Adulthood (Paperback version of How to Piss in Public: From Teenage Rebellion to the Hangover of Adulthood) ( Scribner)


See Also:

List of Prominent Independent Political Commentators on Youtube

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