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Who is Shannon Bream from Fox News?
Born Shannon Noelle DePuy on the 23rd December 1970, in Sanford, Florida USA, she is a journalist, attorney, and television personality, but best known to the world for her extensive work for the Fox News Channel. Most recently she became the host of her own show “Fox News @ Night” (2017-2018).
Early Life, Family, and Education
Shannon is the only daughter born to Marie Norris, a teacher, and Ed DePuy, a Leon County Commissioner; she has a brother who was a pilot in the navy and is now retired. Let’s get back to Sharon; she went to North Florida Christian High School, located in Tallahassee, from which she matriculated in 1988, whereupon she enrolled at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She studied Business and obtained her degree in 1993, but her education didn’t end there, as she went on to earn a Juris Doctor degree in law from Florida State University.
Before deciding upon launching her career and even finishing her studies, Shannon wanted to try out her good looks. She entered the Miss Florida pageant in 1995. and was named the winner, which got her into competition for Miss USA the same year. Unfortunately, Shannon failed to win this completion, but was named the fourth most beautiful women.
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While at the Florida State University, Shannon completed her internship working for Florida Congressman Bill McCollum in the US House of Representatives, and after graduating, Shannon launched her law career, ultimately becoming the Florida Attorney General. However, in the early 2000s, she decided to leave her post and start a career on TV.
Shannon moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, for a job at WBTV, a CBS affiliate, serving as an evening and late-night news reporter. Three years later, Shannon left WBTV for WRC-TV in Washington DC, an NBC affiliate, where she was a weekend anchor while also covering general assignments. Gradually her role at the station rose along with her knowledge and confidence. She then met Brit Hume, who at the time was the Fox News Channel’s Washington bureau managing editor, and with his help submitted an audition tape to Fox News. As you can guess, this led to her hiring at the Fox in November 2007.
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Fox News Career
Shannon made her first screen appearance in 2008 as a co-hostess in the show “America’s News Headquarters”, while in 2012 she was brought on air by Brit Hume as a guest anchor in his “On the Record w/ Brit Hume”. The same year, Shannon was named Legal Correspondent for Fox News, and in that position contributed to a number of talk shows, such as “Fox Report” (2012-2014), “Fox News Sunday” (2012-2017), then “Lou Dobbs Tonight” (2012-2017), “Fox and Friends” (2012-2017), among many others, that only increased her standing and net worth. Over the years, Shannon’s role on the Fox News Channel increased, which led to her serving as co-host and guest co-host on many shows, but it was in 2017 that she made her breakthrough when she was given her own show “Fox News @ Night” (2017-2018).
So great to have visitors from my alma mater @NFCSchool These 8th graders are going to take over the world! pic.twitter.com/HsO8hgI4NM
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) April 27, 2018
Shannon Bream Net Worth
Since launching her television career in 2001, Shannon has been tremendously successful, particularly by joining the Fox News Channel just six years into her career. With a little luck and talent, we can easily say that she has succeeded in life. Her salary at Fox News has been estimated at $800,000, while her overall wealth is over $4 million – she has earned every penny.
Life Behind the Scenes
When it comes to her life outside her profession, Shannon is married to Sheldon Bream; the two met while at Liberty University. Her husband is a brain tumor survivor, and since then, Shannon has been involved in the community, helping in any way she can to spread awareness of this terrible disease.
Shannon, a successful broadcast journalist, has used social media platforms to improve her popularity and online presence. Her official Twitter account has more than 280,000 followers, with whom she has shared her work agenda, but also some details from her personal life. You can become one of her loyal fans if you click here. She also has Instagram and Facebook accounts, but the following on these pages is much less, and she hasn’t used those platforms to their full extent. You can see that yourself right here.