Gavin McInnes

Often called "The godfather of hipsterdom" and the "primary architect of hipsterdom," British born, Scottish-Canadian writer Gavin McInnes created VICE in Montreal in 1994 and sold his shares in New York in 2008 shortly after a merger with Viacom. Upon leaving, he began a series of careers including filmmaking, directing, acting, stand-up comedy, and TV development. During this time, he co-founded an ad agency called Rooster NY where he presently serves as creative director. McInnes is currently best known for his viral videos including How to Fight a Baby, Apple Scotland, and Are Women as Horny as Men? He also writes a regular libertarian column for many sites including Thought Catalog, Takimag and Daily Caller. He is a regular pundit on a number of Fox News shows including Hannity, The Independents, and Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. His most recent books are The Death of Cool and Street Boners, and his most recent films are The Brotherhood of the Traveling Rants and How to be a Man. He lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with his wife and kids.