Hayden Dubose Proctor Bio
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Hayden is 8 years old as of 2023, she was born on November 8, 2015, in the United States. She usually celebrates her birthday with her family and close friends every year on November 8. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio.
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Ainsley Earhardt (born September 20, 1976) is a conservative television host and author from the United States. She is a Fox & Friends co-host. Earhardt was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and moved with her family as a child to the Foxcroft neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina.
When Earhardt was in elementary 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 after high school before transferring to the University of South Carolina, where she earned a B.A. in journalism.
Before graduating from the University of South Carolina, Earhardt worked as a reporter for WLTX, the local CBS station in Columbia, South Carolina. She was the morning and noon anchor from 2000 to 2004. She traveled to New York City after the September 11 attacks to cover South Carolina middle school students who raised nearly $500,000 for firefighters to purchase a new fire truck to replace one lost at the World Trade Center site.
Earhardt moved to San Antonio, Texas, in 2005, to anchor the weekday morning and noon newscasts at KENS-TV. She ran 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 while living in Texas.
Earhardt has written three books for children (Take Heart, My Child, Through Your Eyes, and “I’m So Glad You Were Born”) as well as a memoir, The Light Within Me.
William Proctor is a former starting quarterback for the Clemson Tigers of the Atlantic Coast Conference in NCAA Division I-A, as well as the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. He was a student at Trinity Preparatory School. As a third-string quarterback at Clemson in 2003, he appeared in four games at wide receiver.
Until the 2006-2007 season, he was Charlie Whitehurst’s backup. In his first start at Clemson, he totaled 232 yards against the Duke Blue Devils in 2005. Proctor completed 60% of his passes during the 2006-2007 regular season.
Proctor was a backup quarterback for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League during the 2007 season before being released during the 2008 preseason. In October of 2008, he was signed by the Calgary Stampeders. Proctor appeared in one regular-season game and both playoff games for the Stamps in 2008.
In 2008, he won the Grey Cup with the Stampeders. Stampeders head coach/general manager John Hufnagel announced Proctor’s retirement from football in June 2009.