Harris Faulkner, born on October 13, 1965, is an American newscaster and television host for Fox News Channel.
The 55-year-old started her career with LA weekly as a Freelancer business writer for $50 per article, her tv career started with an internship at KCOP-TV in Los Angeles doing small tasks before she moved to Greenville, North Carolina, to work as a reporter and anchor at WNCT-TV. She worked as an evening anchor at KSTP-TV in Minneapolis Saint Paul but she left the station in July 2004.
The newscaster joined Fox News in 2005, She was a correspondent for the 2005 revival of A Current Affair until its cancellation in October of the same year. Her first solo news show was Fox Report Weekend from 2011-2017. In 2018, Midterm Election coverage was covered by her too, she also a substitute anchor for Shepard Smith Reporting and Martha MacCallum The Story.
She also made many guest appearances in the night satire show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld, before the departure of Gutfeld from that show. In April 2014, Faulkner began working as one of the co-hosts on the daytime Fox News show Outnumbered. Soon after in 2017, she became the anchor of Outnumbered Overtime, which focuses more on a hard news format rather than a discussion format.
Harris Faulkner Net Worth is approximately $6 Million
The newscaster joined Fox News Channel in 2006, where she is currently working on her cable show Outnumbered overtime. Her annual salary is reported as $2 million and her net worth stands at $6 million at present. All through her life, Harris Faulkner has worked for various big names, she earned her major money from journalism.
The anchor even hosted a special primetime event with her name for the first time in her career “Harris Faulkner Presents: The Fight for America.”
“We are going to take some important voices to the conversation, and we are going to talk real and raw,” Harris Faulkner said in an interview.
Harris Faulkner on working from home
“Everything is DIY for me these days. I’ve been skipping TV glam since the last time I anchored my shows in-studio. That was on March 19,” the Fox News anchor, 54, told Page Six Style, describing her on-air look as “strong, straightforward and ready for breaking news.”
Harris talked about her trip to Dallas for the presidential interview, “My older daughter, Bella says to me, “So mom, what was it like to be around people for the first time in so long? We’ve been in lockdown in New Jersey.” And I said, “Well, it reminds me that every place is so different.”
“My dad lives in Dallas. I have 11 cousins in the Dallas Metro. I, unfortunately, didn’t get to visit with anybody on that very quick, 18-hour trip, but it was a good eye-opener for me.”