Ainsley Earhardt presently co-hosts Fox & Friends on the Fox News Channel (FNC) with Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade (weekdays 6-9AM/ET). She began her career with the network in 2007 and is currently stationed in New York.
Earhardt most recently co-hosted Fox & Friends First (weekdays 5-6AM/ET), where she gave live coverage of Pope Francis’ recent visit to New York City, the shooting at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Fort Hood military installation massacre. She also covered the mass shootings at two military bases in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Veterans Affairs hospital probe in Phoenix, Arizona, and the murder investigation involving New England Patriots quarterback Aaron Hernandez.
Facts Of Ainsley Earhardt
|Full Name||Ainsley Earhardt|
|Dath Of Birth||September 20, 1976|
|Father Name||Lewie Wayne Earhardt|
|Husband||Will Proctor (2012-File for Divorce)|
Ainsley Earhardt Height, Weight, & Measurements
- Height –5’8” (173 cm)
- Weight-116 lbs (53 kg)
- Body Shape –Hourglass
- Dress Size –4
Earhardt was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, with her family as a small child. Sharon Elementary School was her alma mater. When Earhardt was in primary school, her family relocated to the Columbia, South Carolina, area, and she graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1995.
Earhardt attended Florida State University following high school before transferring to the University of South Carolina, where she earned a B.A. in journalism.
Earhardt began her career as a reporter for WLTX, Columbia, South Carolina’s local CBS station, prior to graduating from the University of South Carolina. She worked as a morning and noon anchor from 2000 to 2004. She came to New York City following the September 11 attacks to report on South Carolina middle school kids’ efforts to raise nearly half a million dollars for firemen to purchase a new fire engine to replace one destroyed at the World Trade Center site.
In 2005, Earhardt relocated to San Antonio, Texas, where she was the anchor of KENS-weekday TV’s morning and noon newscasts. While living in Texas, she finished the Austin half-marathon, skydived with the United States Army’s Golden Knights, and flew in an F-16 with the United States Air Force Thunderbirds at the Air Force Academy.
Earhardt is the author of two picture novels for children (Take Heart, My Child and Through Your Eyes) and a memoir, The Light Within Me.
Ainsley Earhardt Net Worth
She has worked in the journalism sector for nearly three decades. She has amassed a modest fortune through the earnings from her job as a television personality and novelist. Earhardt is believed to be worth approximately $8 million.
Social Media Link
- Facebook –Facebook.com/AinsleyEarhardt
- Twitter –Twitter.com/ainsleyearhardt
- Instagram –Instagram.com/aearhardt/
Favorite Quotes from Ainsley Earhardt
“I’m grateful for the people who watch every day because if the viewers don’t tune in, I don’t have a job and I know that.” ~ Ainsley Earhardt
“I think that if you’re just a good person, you work hard, you say “yes,” and you are driven, you will eventually work your way to the top. At least that’s how it’s been for me.” ~ Ainsley Earhardt