Steve Doocy Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, Fox News, Salary, Net worth.

Steve Doocy

Steve Doocy Bio

Steve Doocy is an American television host, political commenter, a producer and a writer known for Christmas in the Rockies (2020), The News center (1947) and The People’s Court and a correspondent on the Fox News Channel and a co host on Fox & Friends.

Steve Doocy Age

Doocy was born on October 19, 1956 in Algona, Lowa, in the United States

Steve Doocy Height

Steve stands at a height of 6 feet and 1 inch

Steve Doocy Family

His parents are; James Edward Doocy and JoAnne Doocy He is also a brother to; Jenny Doocy, Ann Walker, Cathy Curtis and Lisa Doocy. His father was a longtime operator of Abilenes Best Western Presidents Inn, Army Vet, community benefactor though he passed away on February, 2004 in the United states

Steve Doocy Wife

Steve Doocy married Kathy Gerrity on June 30, 1986 who was his long-term girlfriend. They met at WRC-TV in Washington D.C. where they both worked and she was in the sports department. She was also a model and she ran her own EPSN show. On 2007 Doocy published his first book about their marriage called; The Mr. And Mrs. Happy Handbook, about their marriage.

Steve Doocy Kids

Steve and Kathy Gerrity have three children but only one kid has been disclosed who is Peter Doocy.

Steve Doocy Education

He attended Russel, Salina, and Industry for his grade education. He later moved to Wake field for his Junior High school before joining Kansas for his high school.

Afterwards he joined the University of Kansas in Lawrence and he graduated with an Honors degree in Journalism. At the university he worked at the school radio station KJHK radio as a DJ.

Steve Doocy Salary

He earns an approximated salary of $56,500- $120,000 yearly.

Steve Doocy Net worth

His net worth is approximately of $0.5 million

Steve Doocy Fox News

Doocy works as a cohost of Fox &Friends in Fox News Channel. He joined the Fox News Channel in 1996, and began co-hosting the network’s morning show Fox & Friends in 1998. In 2004, he helped launch Fox News Channel’s New Year’s Eve special. He has also been covering the USA presidential elections.

He started his career with reporter jobs at TV stations in Topeka, Des Moines, Wichita, and Kansas City. In addition he has earned TV reporting and writing awards from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists formerly known as Sigma Delta Chi and 11 Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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