|Born||Lloyd Bennett Grove
February 6, 1955
California, United States
|Occupation||Writer, editor, journalist|
|Notable works||The Daily Beast|
Lloyd Bennett Grove (born February 6, 1955) is editor at large for The Daily Beast, an American news reporting and opinion website focusing on politics and pop culture. He is also a frequent contributor to New York. He was a gossip columnist for New York Daily News before he left on October 9, 2006, and wrote a fortnightly column for Portfolio.com, the web site of Conde Nast Portfolio Magazine, and was a contributing editor for Portfolio Magazine until it shut down in April 2009.
Grove was born in California and grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut. He completed his BA in English at Yale University. While at Yale, Grove had a summer job as an assistant for a show business press agent and reported for the Yale Daily News.
Since September 2003, Grove has written a weekday column called Lloyd Grove's Lowdown for the New York Daily News.
He has obtained notoriety for his articles on the following:
- US President George W. Bush's daughter's underage drinking
- Actors Tim Robbins' and Susan Sarandon's political influences
- Businessman Taki Theodoracopulos's anti-Israel joke
- Congressman Jim Moran settling a fight between two girlfriends
- Outgoing administration's vandalism of Bush White House
- Olbermann's Worst Person of The World for March 13, 2006
- According to the State of California. California Birth Index, 1905–1995 Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, CA.
- Grove, Lloyd (October 9, 2006). "Online lesson in lousy Mann-ers". New York Daily News, p. 23.
- Watters, Susan (September 2003) W article, Lloyd Almighty. Retrieved on November 21, 2006.
- Grove, Lloyd (September 26, 2005). "Kerry's not- so-amazing race, on film ". New York Daily News. Retrieved on November 21, 2006.
- Lauerman, Kerry and Montgomery, Alicia (May 23, 2001) Salon.com The White House vandal scandal that wasn't. Retrieved on November 14, 2007.