On the left is Farrah Gray while on the right is Kevin Frazier .
Farrah Gray is an American businessman, investor, philanthropist, author, columnist, and motivational speaker. He was named as one of the most influential black men in America by the National Urban League. Gray was raised on Chicago’s South side. He began his entrepreneurial career at the age of six selling homemade lotion and hand-painted rocks door-to-door. Farrah Gray is the son of black nationalist Khalid Muhammad. His honors include The Network Journal Under-Forty Class Award (2008), The Urban Business Roundtable’s Top 40 Game-Changers (2010), Famous Black Entrepreneurs list (#5) and Trumpet Award (2010). Farrah Gray is a Celebrity Entrepreneur, International Bestselling Author and Philanthropist. Farrah Gray was named as one of the most influential Black men in America by the National Urban League. Ebony Magazine and Black Enterprise recognized him as an entrepreneurial icon and best-selling author. Raised in the impoverished South side of Chicago, Gray defied the odds and became a self-made millionaire by the age of 14. At the age of 21, he received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University. This was in recognition of his ingenious economic mind and distinguished commitment to the development of values such as leadership, integrity and scholarship. In his rise from poverty to national and international prominence as an entrepreneurial icon and pre-eminent power speaker, Farrah Gray has inspired millions around the world. At the age of 30, he has achieved more than many achieve in a lifetime. Since his first interview at 11 years old on KVBC Channel 3, Gray has become a celebrity, featured in thousands of print, magazine, radio and television media including The NBC reality show Starting Over, 20/20,Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, The Montel Williams Show, Oprah & Friends, Tom Joyner Show, The Michael Baisden Show, Russ Parr, Radio One, TV One, The Tavis Smiley Show, CNBC, BET, NBC, FOX, CBS, BRAVO, PBS, NPR, Bloomberg, Ebony, Jet, Essence, Upscale, Black Enterprise, Black MBA, “O” The Oprah Magazine, Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. Black Voices named Farrah Gray one of the Top Ten Sexiest Black CEO’s along with Kenneth Chenault, Tiger Woods and Sean “Diddy” Combs. What makes him extra attractive is the stack of accomplishments he achieved at such a young age. He was a syndicated columnist with the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) federation of 200 weekly newspapers reaching more than 15 million readers. As a former AOL Money Coach, Farrah Gray gives advice to millions of AOL subscribers daily on topics such as leadership, personal development, diversity, strategic planning, creativity, business development and financial management. Farrah Gray began his entrepreneurial, personal and civic development as a stellar young citizen at six years old selling homemade body lotion and his own hand-painted rocks as book-ends door-to-door. At age seven, he was carrying business cards reading “21st Century CEO.” At eight, Gray became co-founder of Urban Neighborhood Enterprise Economic Club (U.N.E.E.C.) on Chicago’s South side. U.N.E.E.C. was the forerunner of New Early Entrepreneur Wonders (NE2W), the flagship organization he opened on Wall Street. NE2W enlisted, educated and engaged “at-risk” youth by creating and developing legal ways for them to acquire additional income. Gray is the youngest person to have an office on Wall Street. Between the ages of 12 and 16 years old, Farrah Gray founded and operated business ventures that included KIDZTEL pre-paid phone cards, the One Stop Mail Boxes & More franchise and The Teenscope “Youth AM/FM” interactive teen talk show, Gray was also Executive Producer of a comedy show on the Las Vegas Strip and owner of Farr-Out Foods, “Way-Out Food with a Twist,” aimed at young people with the company’s first Strawberry-Vanilla syrup product. Farr-Out Foods generated orders exceeding $1.5 million. He has been a numismatist, which is a coin collector, since he was 12 years old. As a pre-teen, Gray reached 12 million listeners and viewers every Saturday night as co-host of “Backstage Live,” a syndicated television and radio simulcast in Las Vegas. Gray’s inspirational spirit and grounded personality sparked speaking requests from organizations around the country. Farrah Gray’s sense of social responsibility motivated him to create the non-profit organization, The Farrah Gray Foundation. Among other programs and initiatives, his foundation focuses on inner city community-based entrepreneurship education and provides scholarship & grant assistance for students from at-risk backgrounds to attend HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). Farrah Gray donates his honorarium from speaking engagements (which can be upwards of $15,000) and the proceeds of his book to his foundation in what he refers to as his “self-imposed” youth tax. The Farrah Gray Foundation partnered with the Kauffman Foundation, launching entrepreneurship programs in inner-city schools across the country. Farrah Gray’s work did not remain under the radar-screen for long. He soon then became the youngest member of the Board of Advisors for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. He was also given a three-year term on the Board of Directors of United Way of Southern Nevada at the age of 15. Farrah Gray’s continued his philanthropic work signing on as the spokesman for the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Marrow Donor Program. As a private consultant he was gone in to work with the likes of JP Morgan Chase and the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Development Agency. Farrah Gray’s latest books “Get Real, Get Rich” and “The Truth Shall Make You Rich” a no-holds-barred rejection of the fallacies we’ve all heard–and believed–about success and how to achieve it. Farrah Gray’s first book “Reallionaire” was nominated by NBC & Publishers Weekly Quill Awards in the category of “Health/Self-Improvement.” His book appeared on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble’s Best-sellers lists two weeks before its international release. “Reallionaire” was also named as the #1 Best-selling Nonfiction Paperback book in the August 2005 Issue of Essence Magazine. “Reallionaire” was endorsed by Former President Bill Clinton, Pierre Sutton, Stedman Graham, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. Gray’s book and his journey to succeed against the odds have become required reading and part of classroom study from elementary school to entrepreneurship departments on college and university campuses such as Harvard University and Princeton. Gray’s books, “Reallionaire,” “Get Real Get Rich” and “The Truth Shall Make You Rich,” have been translated into Russian, German, Polish, French, Korean, Indonesian, and Vietnamese languages with book sales in Africa, Australia and Europe and in Central and South American countries. Farrah Gray is also a contributing author to “Chicken Soup for the African-American Soul”. Farrah Gray’s honors include Keys to the Cities of Dallas, Shreveport, and Cincinnati. He has also received Proclamations from the Governors of Illinois and Nevada, the Mayors of Louisville, Kentucky, Chicago, Las Vegas, New Orleans and Wilmington, Delaware, and Clark County Nevada Commissioners. Farrah Gray’s Awards include The National Urban League Whitney M. Young Jr. Entrepreneurship Award, The Indiana Black Expo (IBE) Hoosier Lottery Entrepreneur Award, The Alabama A&M Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Award, The Davidson College Love of Learning Lifetime Educational Achievement Award, Central State Award of Appreciation for contributions made in the area of entrepreneurship, Trumpet Award,, and the American Red Cross Award of Appreciation.” Farrah Gray has a net worth of $2 Million his source of wealth comes from Business, Investment, Books, and Print. he was born September 9, 1984. He is also a Author, Syndicated Columnist and Motivational Speaker. He was Education Allen University (Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters). He is the CEO of Farrah Gray Publishing. At the age of 14, he was already a self-made millionaire. At 15, he was the youngest member on the Board of Advisers for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. He was also elected to sit on the Board of Directors of the United Way of Southern Nevada and became the youngest director ever to sit on the board across the nation. Farrah Gray was elected member of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers’ Board of Directors of Region 15 at the age 20. He became Dr. Farrah Gray after receiving an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Allen University at the age of 21. This is in recognition of his ingenious economic mind and distinguished commitment to the development of values such as leadership, integrity and scholarship. At 28, he has accomplished more than what most people do in a lifetime. He has inspired millions of people around the world in his rise from poverty to national and international prominence as an entrepreneurial icon and pre-eminent power speaker. Dr. Gray is also a syndicated columnist with the National Newspapers Publishers Association (NNPA), a federation of 200 weekly newspapers and more than 15 million readers. He is an AOL Money Coach who gives advice to millions of AOL subscribers daily. He was named as one of the most influential black men in America by the National Urban League. He was recognized as an entrepreneurial icon and best-selling author by Ebony Magazine and Black Enterprise. His three books include Reallionaire: Nine Steps of Becoming Rich on the Inside Out, Get Real, Get Rich, and The Truth Shall Make You Rich: The New Road Map to Radical Prosperity.
Kevin Timothy Frazier (born May 20, 1964) is a co-host of Entertainment Tonight and co-host of CNET TV’s Hooked Up alongside Brian Tong. Frazier has worked as an anchor at Fox 19 in Cincinnati WXIX-TV as well as play-by-play commentary for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats basketball team from 1993-1995 as well as Fox Sports Net, later ESPN, where he hosted SportsCenter and a multitude of National Basketball Association themed programming (including NBA Shootaround, NBA Fastbreak and NBA Fastbreak Tuesday). From 2004–2011, he was a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight as well as a fill-in host, and from 2011-2014, was a co-host of The Insider. Frazier is also the host of Game Changers on the CBS Dream Team airing nationally every Saturday morning. He made guest appearances on America’s Next Top Model, Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School and Hell’s Kitchen. Frazier is also a forum guest on Jim Rome Is Burning. He hosted “Breakfast at the Open” on the Tennis Channel along with Lindsay Davenport for the 2009 U.S. Open and acting as a tennis correspondent from the Los Angeles studio. He also appeared on American Idol. He was added to Versus College Football Central studio staff in October 2010. In January 10–12, 2011 Frazier filled in on “The Dan Patrick Show” for Dan Patrick who was working at the national championship Oregon vs. Auburn Football game.
On March 5, 2011, it was announced that he had been named co-anchor of The Insider effective today, it was announced by Linda Bell Blue, Executive Producer of CBS Television Distribution’s Entertainment Tonight and The Insider. He joins The Insider anchor Lara Spencer. He best known for Omg! Insider (2004), Entertainment Tonight (1981) and Fox Sports News (1996).
Kevin Frazier & Dr Farrah Gray fptla twin look alike. They are both American black men that like to smile.