Ainsley Earhardt Net Worth

Ainsley Earhardt Net Worth

Ainsley Earhardt Net Worth and salary: Ainsley Earhardt is an American broadcast journalist who has a net worth of $6 million. Ainsley Earhardt was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and grew up in North Carolina. She studied at Florida State University with the intent of pursuing a biology degree before transferring to the University of South Carolina. Earhardt decided to study journalism. She finished as the top student in USC’s journalism program and went to work as a local reporter in Columbia. Earhardt became WLTX-News 19’s morning and noon anchor and was the top-rated reporter in her market. She earned Best Personality of the Year honors from local viewers. By 2005, she moved to San Antonio, Texas to take a job as an anchor on KENS-TV’s morning and noon news shows. Two years later, she accepted a position with Fox News Channel in New York City, where she has worked ever since. Earhardt co-hosts Fox and Friends and hosts the “Ainsley Across America” segment. She’s appeared on a variety of Fox’s programming since joining the network, including the station’s All-American New Year’s Eve special. Earhardt won her university’s Young Alumni Award and is considered one of the school’s outstanding young alumni. She has been married to her husband, former CFL football player Will Proctor, since 2012.

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Ainsley Earhardt Info
Net Worth$6 Million
Salary$2 Million
Date of BirthN/A
GenderFemale
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
ProfessionNewscaster
NationalityUnited States of America

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Mom was a school teacher, and she had to be at work at 7:30 every morning. So Dad was in charge of us three kids around the breakfast table. He always made it creative: he did the bananas with the smiley face and the eyes with peanut butter on top, made us drink grapefruit every morning even though we had to do it holding our noses.

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I wrote the children’s books, and those were wonderful tributes to my life as a daughter and a mother and just a thank-you to my parents for all the lessons in life they had passed on to me that I could pass onto my child and to other kids around the world.

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Having a baby makes me grateful that I work for a company that does give you four months’ leave. And my heart breaks for women that don’t get that time with their child. As a mom, you’re just not ready to go back immediately – physically, you can’t. You just need some time not only to bond, but you need some time to heal.

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I am not into spicy foods. Big Red chewing gum is even too ‘hot’ for me.

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I knew no one in New York City was going to hire me if I had a southern accent.

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