54-year-old Harris Kimberly Faulkner came into this world on October 13, 1965. She stands at 1.75m tall and weighs 56kg. Harris is an American television host and newscaster. Her popularity grew hosting the show “Outnumbered Overtime “airing on Fox News Channel.
Faulkner also is the host of her own prime time political franchise “Town Hall America with Harris Faulkner.” She has six Emmy Awards to her credit, and you can follow her on the social media sites Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Harris Faulkner Family Details
Faulkner was born while her family was at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, Georgia. Her mother, Shirley Harris, supported many charitable organizations. She passed from this world in 2016. Her father, Bob Harris, is a retired United States Officer and an Army Aviator who served three tours in Vietnam. Faulkner lived in various places as a child, including Stuttgart, Germany.
Harris Faulkner Education Details
Faulkner went to the University of California, receiving a B.A. degree in mass communications.
Harris Faulkner Career Details
Faulkner’s career started as a daily news anchor, as well as moderating town hall meetings. She acquired experience by interviewing sitting heads of state. It was her when she began covering sports events in Kansas City that her popularity rose. Along with the Kansas City Chiefs, she achieved national fame.
Furthering her career, she moved onto KSTP-TV in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota. She was a correspondent for A Current Affair in 2005. Moving forward with ever-rising popularity, she finally came to Fox News Channel and the show “Outnumbered” in 2914.
Faulkner began another project, “Outnumbered Overtime,” in 2017. She has two books published – “Breaking News: God Has a Plan” and “9 Rules of Engagement:
Faulkner is also a motivational speaker, writer, and philanthropist who raises awareness of breast cancer and supports its research. She supports the Green Beret Foundation that provides medical, transition and family support for families with members who were in the U.S. Army Special Forces. She also supports the Navy Seal Foundation. Presently her net worth is at $6 million.
Harris Faulkner Book: Breaking News God Has A Plan
Faulkner’s book, published in 1999, relates her experience about coming to the attention of a stalker. She went through some unpleasant events. Her Mazda Miata has a sexual epitaph scratched on it, and her house was broken into while she slept. This case got a lot of attention, but as she says in her book, even though bad and good things happen, they are all part of God’s plan.
Harris Faulkner Major Events Covered
Faulkner has covered many significant events among them:
- The death of Kim Jong-Il
- The 9/11 terrorist attacks
- In 2011 the fall of Tripoli
- In 2012 the death of singer Whitney Houston
- In 2015 the terror acts in Garland, Texas
- In 2016 the visit and departure of Pope Francis
- The same year the presidential convention races
Faulkner was the moderator in the women’s inaugural breakfast, even in Washington D.C. in 2017.
Harris Faulkner Husband Tony Berlin
Berlin comes from Los Angeles, California and was born in 1968. He grew up with just his mother and sister after his parents divorced. He was educated in political science and received an M.B. degree. He became known while working at “Good Morning America.”
Berlin also worked with print publications like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Time Magazine. He established his own company Berlin Media Relations, and is the CEO.
On April 12, 2003, Faulkner married Tony Berlin, who is a journalist and public relations professional. The family includes two daughters, Bella, born in 2007, and Danika, born in 2009.
Both Faulkner and her husband are avid fans of American football. Their daughters, who are 14 and 12, agree with their parents’ view. They all follow the Super Bowl.
The family lives in northern New Jersey in a house that is in the ideal location for Faulkner to commute to her NYC Fox Studio. Just a short drive over the George Washington Bridge. They have a spacious home with four bedrooms and four baths. They are within proximity to get to NYC by ferry. Being near the Hudson River gives them a small hometown feel. They have a small garden space and a rooftop deck for amazing views of the river.