'Price Is Right' Announcer George Gray's Beautiful Wife Brittney Green — What We Know about Her
The announcer for "The Price Is Right," George Gray, tied the knot with Brittney Green in 2019. Here's what we know about the television personality's beloved wife.
According to US Weekly, Green is a high school math teacher. She initially met Gray at a bar in 2015 after she went to a taping of "The Price Is Right."
"They were having cocktails at the same bar [as me]," Gray said. "I wound up hanging out and drinking and having fun and just chatting with the three of them for hours."
For about a year after their first meeting, Green lost touch with Gray. However, they eventually reconnected, and in 2016, the pair began dating formally.
In April 2018, Gray proposed to Green during a trip to Thailand. "I had a couple of Thai musicians [play] an acoustic version of Modern English's 'I Melt With You,'" Gray said. "I think everybody knows that song. … I had them play that … for us while the sun was setting … and I proposed to her."
On April 13, 2019, Green married Gray at The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona. After the ceremony concluded, the newlyweds and their guests headed back to his family home to have a party.
Meanwhile, Gray was hospitalized after suffering from three major heart attacks in April 2020, as reported by Daily Mail.
His rep said in an interview that the announcer "seems to be improving." The rep also said that Gray is fortunate he was already on the operating table when the big heart attack occurred.
Gray became the announcer for "The Price Is Right" in April 2011.
Gray expressed gratitude toward all his friends and fans for the outpouring of love and support, the rep continued.
Gray became the announcer for "The Price Is Right" in April 2011, according to CBS. He was the host of the game show "Weakest Link."
Gray is active in humanitarian causes. He has been honored to serve as co-host of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) telethon.
He consistently lends his time to different occasions to support Muscular Dystrophy research, including the annual LOVE RIDE fund-raiser, as well.
When Gray was a child, his mother, a casting director, put him in films as an extra. He was paid $35 at the time, and he got to have a day off school.