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Juliet Huddy Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Juliet AnnMarie Huddy was born on 27 September 1969, in Miami Beach, Florida USA, and is a television news reporter, best known for her work with Fox news Channel. She is also a former anchor of WNYW-TV’s “Good Day Early Call”. All of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Juliet Huddy? As of mid-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $2 million, mostly earned through a successful career in journalism. She’s hosted numerous radio shows and also worked on several popular Fox News programs. She’s been involved with several syndicated projects and as she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will continue to increase.
Juliet Huddy Net Worth $2 million
Juliet attended Langley High School, and after matriculating went to the University of Missouri, where she studied political science with a minor in sociology. After graduating, she then started her career in journalism as a producer and reporter for KARO-FM’s morning newscast. Afterwards, she moved to Ventura, California to join her parents’ radio station KADY-TV, where she worked as a promotions director as well as an executive producer before reporting for the Ventura County News network. Thanks to her work, her net worth increased significantly, and she won numerous ADDY awards.
She then tried her hand at modelling lingerie but it was short lived, so she returned to producing – “Armed Response” – which would become a finalist for an IRIS Award. She continued to work for five more years, before relocating and working for WAWS, initially as a general-assignment reporter for the station’s nightly newscast, and also as the news anchor for the radio program “The Lex and Terry Show”, which was part of WFVY-FM.
In 1998, Huddy joined Fox News as a reporter for the Miami bureau. Later on, she moved to New York and became a presenter for various news programs. She also filled in for shows such as “Fox & Friends” and “ED Hill”, which increased her net worth even further, and would lead to her becoming a co-host of “Fox and Friends First”, and then a permanent co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend”. In 2005, she would co-host “Dayside”, coupling it with a blog on the show’s website called “Juliet’s Dayside Dish”. The following year, “Dayside” ceased production but Fox would then work on a new breakfast television show, set for syndication, and Juliet was chosen as a co-host of the show, which would eventually be named “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet”. The show started airing in 2007 and ran until 2009 when the show was not renewed.
Juliet then moved back to working as a newscaster with regular guest appearances on “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfield”. She was also featured in a weekly segment of “The O’Reilly Factor”, and then worked as an anchor of “Good Day Early Call” until 2016. Her constant work indicates her success, and how her net worth has risen over the years.
For her personal life, Juliet has apparently been married three times, each briefly. Her first husband is unknown, her second was Dan Green sometime in the ‘90s, and her third was Doug Barrett from January to June in 2009. She has since dated, and became engaged to John Wright, but obviously he wasn’t, right that is, as it came to nothing. Recently she has been seen with vigneron John Jordan, and also John Fattorusu. In 2017, she had an out of court settlement with Fox News, after suing the company for sexual harassment from Bill O’Reilly and Jack Abernathy, apparently the reason for her leaving Fox..