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Steve Doocy Net Worth 2023, Salary Fox & Friends, Age, Wife, Kids, Parents

Steve Doocy Salary Fox News 2023

Steve Doocy’s salary is $4 Million per year and gets a monthly salary of $334,000, he is an American television host, political commentator, and author.

Year Salary Per Year Salary Per Month
2023 $4 Million $334,000
2024 $4.3 Million $340,000

Steve Doocy Net Worth 2023

Doocy has a net worth of $11 million dollars as of 2023. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in.

His main source of earnings is from his career as a television host, political commentator, and author.

Year Net Worth
2023 $11 Million
2024 $11.6 Million
2025 $11.9 Million
2026 $12 Million
2027 $12.7 Million

Steve Doocy Biography

Steve Doocy is an American television host, political commentator, and author. He is an anchor of Fox & Friends on the Fox News Channel.

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Birth name:  Stephen James Doocy
Date of birth: October 19, 1956

Place of birth: Algona, Iowa, United States
Steve Doocy’s age: 65 years (as of 2022)

Birth sign:  Libra
Height: 6′ 1″

Spouse: Kathy Gerrity (m. 1986)
Education: University of Kansas (BS)

Profession: Author, news anchor
Salary: $4 Million per year

Net worth: 8 million dollars (2023)

Steve Doocy Age

Doocy is 66 years old as of 2023, he was born on October 19, 1956, in Algona, Iowa, United States. He normally celebrates his birthday with his family and close friends every year on October 19. His zodiac sign is Libra.

Year 2023 2024
Steve Doocy Age 51 years 52 years

Steve Doocy Height

Doocy stands at an average height of 6 feet 1 inch approximately 1.85 m.

Steve Doocy Parents and Siblings

Doocy is the first child and only son of James Edward Doocy, who worked in sales and construction, and JoAnne Doocy.

He was born in Algona, Iowa, and his paternal grandfather was of Irish descent and his maternal grandmother was of Swedish descent. Doocy has four siblings named Jenny Doocy, Cathy Curtis, Ann Walker, and Lisa Doocy.

Steve Doocy Education

Doocy attended Kansas grade schools in Russell, Salina, and Industry. He went to junior high in Wakefield as well as the high school in Clay Center, Kansas.

Doocy graduated from the University of Kansas, in Lawrence, with a Bachelor of Science in journalism. Doocy was the first on-air disc jockey for KJHK radio, the student-operated radio station at 90.7 FM in Lawrence.

Steve Doocy Wife

Doocy is married to his wife Kathy Doocy, a former model and TV sports reporter who starred in a TV commercial for the Chatty Cathy Doll.

The pair have three adult children: Mary, Sally, and Peter Doocy, the Fox News White House correspondent. Doocy lives in Wyckoff, New Jersey, his wife Kathy Doocy is a cancer survivor.

Steve Doocy Fox News

Doocy is an anchor of Fox & Friends on the Fox News Channel. He started his television career with reporter jobs at TV stations in Topeka, Des Moines, Wichita, and Kansas City. Doocy’s first major market assignment was as a features reporter for WRC, in Washington, D.C.

In 1990, Doocy was named the host of NBC’s nationally syndicated program House Party with Steve Doocy, a remake of the years 1960s Art Linkletter show, which was followed by the syndicated kids’ series Not Just News’’.

In 1994, Doocy got his first-morning show job, as the co-host of Wake Up America on NBC’s America’s Talking channel. He then anchored the morning newscast on CBS-TV’s flagship station, WCBS-TV, in the year 1996 in New York City. Doocy was the live Times Square reporter on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve on ABC-TV for four-ball drops.

He joined the Fox News Channel in the year 1996 and began co-hosting the network’s morning show Fox & Friends in the year 1998. In 2004, Doocy helped launch Fox News Channel’s New Year’s Eve special, All American New Year, whose hosts included Bill Hemmer alongside Megyn Kelly.

The Fox & Friends program, after the presidential election of former president Donald Trump, interviewed Trump often, who had been a regular on-air contributor to the program for a number of years before the campaign. Once elected, Donald called it (the most honest morning show.) During his first year as president, Trump continued to watch as well as often quoted the program on Twitter. This prompted the New York Times to call Fox & Friends (the most powerful TV show in America.)

In the year 2019, it was reported that President Donald Trump ranked the loyalty of many reporters, on a scale of 1 to 10. Steve received a (12 out of 10.)

On September 15, 2020, he made news when he challenged President Trump’s announcement of a series of weekly appearances on Fox and Friends. He responded: (You may want to do it every week, but Fox is not committed to that. We’re going to take it on a case-by-case basis.) Steve extended an invitation for Joe Biden to appear on the program, offering him equal airtime to Trump.

He has earned TV reporting and writing awards from the Associated Press, and the Society of Professional Journalists (formerly known as Sigma Delta Chi), as well as 11 Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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