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Where is Harris Faulkner today? Her Bio: Husband Tony Berlin, Fox News Career, Net Worth, Family, Salary

Where Is Harris Faulkner Today?

Harris Kimberly Faulkner was born under the zodiac sign of Libra on 13 October 1965, in Atlanta, Georgia USA, and is best known as a newscaster and TV host for the Fox News Channel. She serves as the anchor of “Fox Report”, and also appears in “Outnumbered”.

Husband Tony Berlin and Controversies

When it comes to Faulkner’s relationship status, she has been married to Tony Berlin, a fellow TV reporter, since 2003, and the couple has two daughters. As of 2015, she sued Hasbro, toy manufacturer, for $5 million, claiming that they used her name and likeness for one of their toys without her permission; the toy in question was ultimately withdrawn.

My life #unplugged. Re-Generating my energy and faith with my family this week.

Posted by Harris Faulkner on Thursday, August 30, 2018

Net Worth and Salary

So just how rich is Harris Faulkner, as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this host has a net worth of over $4 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets such as houses and cars. Working as an anchor means that she makes a good income, which allows her to take proper care of her family and be stable financially.

Early Life, Family and Education

Harris was born at Fort McPherson, located in Atlanta, as her father, Lieutenant Colonel Bob Harris was a US Army officer, an aviator. As a child, she would often move with her family, and she spent some time in Stuttgart, Germany. When it comes to her education, she was a student of the University of California, where she studied Mass Communications in which she earned her BA degree. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Faulkner has a fit figure, and dark hair and eyes. Her ethnicity is black and she remains looking youthful despite the fact that she is in her sixth decade of life.

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Early Career

Harris began working as a journalist for the LA Weekly, and wrote articles on business, earning $50 per each piece. She went on to start her career on TV with an internship at KCOP-TV in Los Angele, then in the upcoming period, moved to Greenville, North Carolina, where she worked as a reporter and anchor of WNCT-TV, followed by a stint for Kansas City’s WDAF-TV. In 2005, she appeared in an episode of “A Current Affair”, and then worked on “On the Record w/ Brit Hume”, collaborating with Greta Van Susteren. As of 2011, Harris joined the cast of her yet most successful and important series, “Fox Report”, getting a chance to collaborate with people such as Shepard Smith, Patrick Caddell, Doug Schoen and Julie Banderas. In the meantime, she made reports in two episodes of “America’s Pulse”, and in 2012 began appearing in “Studio B”, working as a guest hostess. In the same year, she had two more important projects – “Red Eye w/Tom Shillue” and “Happening Now”, appearing in 11 episodes of the former and 12 of the latter.

Latter Career and Fox News

As of 2014, she began hosting “Outnumbered”, opposite Sandra Smith. The series was reviewed positively by the audience, focusing on news and trends, talked about by four women and one man. In 2015, Faulkner was a panelist in an episode of “Stossel”, an acclaimed weekly TV series, and followed that by working on “Fox News Reporting”, in an episode about Bill Clinton, and in which she now serves as a hostess. As of 2017, Harris made an appearance in two episodes of “Home & Family” and, in the same year, began working as the host of “Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner”, a series which has received a generally positive response from the audience. To conclude, the hostess has had 25 gigs in the mentioned field, and there is certainly more to come for her.

Social Media

Being in the entertainment field, the hostess is also active on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram and is followed by an army of over 250,000 people on the former and more than 62,000 on the latter. She uses her social media accounts to communicate with her fans, but to promote her work at the same time, as she often posts snippets of her TV shows. She also posts photos and videos of her daughters. Some of her latest tweets include the series of military brat rules she made, which were noticed and supported by President Donald Trump!

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