Steve Burguiere, known better as "Stu," (born February 9, 1976) is an American radio producer and personality, and executive producer and the head writer of The Glenn Beck Program on TheBlaze. Burguiere hosts The Wonderful World of Stu.[1]

Steve Burguiere
Born (1976-02-09) February 9, 1976 (age 43)
NationalityAmerican
OccupationRadio Host, TV Host
Years active1997–present
MovementConservatism
Spouse(s)Lisa Paige Burguiere

Early and personal lifeEdit

Burguiere was born in Tarrytown, New York, and grew up in the state of Connecticut. He became an intern at the New Haven radio station KC101. He started in the promotions department, working his way up to producer of the Glenn Beck Morning Show. He also did voice-over work and recorded commercials for the Metabolife company. While working at KC101, Burguiere met his future wife, Lisa Paige.

Radio lifeEdit

Glenn Beck left KC101 to work in talk radio at WFLA in Tampa. Soon after, Burguiere took his job as co-host of the morning show with Vinnie Penn. After a year, he moved to Tampa to produce the Glenn Beck Program, and host The Stu Show Saturdays on WFLA. Burguiere introduced sophomoric humor to the Glenn Beck show, posing as celebrity callers (such as the Obama advisor "Honkey Whitesville", a parody of real-life Obama advisor Jason Furman) and generally provided a friendly counterpoint to Beck. Burguiere and fellow staff member Dan Andros occasionally hosted after-show shows on Beck's "Insider" audio stream. Burguiere also filled in as host for Beck since the show became nationally syndicated.

Burguiere used to co-host Pat & Stu with Pat Gray, a 2-hour program airing on TheBlaze weekdays at 12:00 Noon ET. He is also the host of The Wonderful World of Stu, which airs Friday at 8:00 PM ET.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Grove, Lloyd. After Mass Layoffs, Can Glenn Beck Still Save ‘The Blaze’?, Daily Beast, September 1, 2017.
  2. ^ Burguiere, Stu. Facebook post, September 10, 2017.
  • "About the Glenn Beck Program". glennbeck.com. Premiere Networks. Retrieved July 8, 2005.

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