The Fox News Channel host Harris Faulkner net worth and salary is now known. Find out about her family, husband and how she looks without makeup in real life. Born on October 13, 1965 in Atlanta, Georgia, Harris Kimberly Faulkner is an Emmy Award winning American news reporter and television host for Fox News Channel.
|Full Name||Harris Kimberly Faulkner|
|Birth Date||October 13, 1965|
|Height||5.75 feet / 1.75 m|
|Parents||Shirley Harris and Bobby R. Harris|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Source of Income||Newscaster|
|Children||Bella Berlin and Danika Berlin|
Harris Kimberly Faulkner is working with Fox News Chanell and her net worth is estimated about $4 million however and her salary is roughly $300 thousand, mostly from her media works and partly from the royalty from her book sales.
House and Family
Harris Faulkner currently resides in New York City with her husband and former WCCO-TV reporter Tony Berlin whom she married in 2003 and their 2 daughters.
Majority of the images of Harris Faulkner is with makeup and not able to find without makeup original picture.
Harris Faulkner started her career as a freelance writer for LA Weekly charging $50 per article. She started her television career at KCOP-TV in Los Angeles as an intern before moving to Greenville, North Carolina to work as an anchor- reporter for WNCT-TV. Through the years 1992 to 2000, Faulkner worked at Kansas City’s WDAF-TV as an evening anchor, during which she a victim of harassment and stalking by a former colleague. Harris Faulkner moved on to KSTP-TV in Minneapolis-Saint Paul next, again as an evening anchor. In 2005, Harris Faulkner was signed up as a correspondent for the revival of A Current Affair. Faulkner’s association with the Fox News Channel includes presenting the Fox News Live headline updates during prime time weekdays and covering the breaking news segment between 11 am. and 1p.m. ET.
In 2014, Harris Faulkner was signed as a co-host for Fox News’ show titled Outnumbered. Harris Faulkner has so far won 6 Emmy awards during the course of her journalism career including the 2005 Emmy for Best Newscaster and Best News Special. Apart from being a newscaster, Faulkner also authored a book titled Breaking News: God Has A Plan- An Anchorwoman’s Journey Through Faith in 1999. In 2015, Harris Faulkner was also involved in a lawsuit against toy manufacturer Hasbro , suing them for $5million for producing a toy hamster bearing her name and likeness without consent.