Harris Faulkner Biography
Harris Faulkner (Harris Kimberly Faulker) is an an American newscaster and television host for Fox News Channel born on 13th October, 1965. She has been hosting her own program (Outnumbered Overtime) since 2017. She doubles as an anchor of Fox Report and a co-anchor on Outnumbered.
Harris Faulkner Age
She was born on 13 October 1965 in Atlanta, Georgia. Faulkner is 53 yearsas 2018.
Harris Faulkner Family
Her family consists of two young daughters, Bella and Danika, and husband, Tony Berlin.
Harris Faulkner Husband
Faulkner married TV reporter Tony Berlin in 2003. He is an American TV reporter and a producer well known for hosting the popular TV show; Good Morning America. They have two daughters.
Harris Faulkner Children | Harris Faulkner Daughters
Faulkner and Tony Berlin have two daughters Danika Berlin and Bella Berlin.
Harris Faulkner Parents
Her father, retired Lieutenant Colonel Bob Harris, was a United States Army officer and Army Aviator, he was stationed at the base and had served three tours in Vietnam. Harris’s mother was a social worker and spent time with foster families.
Harris Faulkner Height
She has a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m).
Harris Faulkner Measurements
Hips: 35 inches
Waits: 24 inches
Height : 5’9″ (175 cm)
Weight : 123 lbs (56 kg)
Dress Size : 2
Harris Faulkner Salary
During Harris early career, she was paid around $50 per article as a freelance business writer. Harris Faulkner’s salary is around 177K per year.
Harris Faulkner Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
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Harris Faulkner Journalism Career
Faulkner’s first job was with LA Weekly where she contributed as a freelance business writer for $50 per article. Faulkner’s television career debuted with an internship at KCOP-TV in Los Angeles, here, she was doing small tasks before she moved to Greenville, North Carolina to work as a reporter and anchor at WNCT-TV.
Between March 1992 through 2000, Faulkner worked for Kansas City’s WDAF-TV as an evening anchor. While in Kansas City, Faulkner was the victim of harassment and stalking by a former acquaintance who followed her from North Carolina. Faulkner’s then joined KSTP-TV in Minneapolis–Saint Paul where she served as part of an evening anchor team. She then left the station in July 2004. She was a correspondent for the 2005 revival of A Current Affair until its cancellation in October of the same year.
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Harris has led the Fox News Network’s coverage of many major events, in 2016 she covered the Pope Francis visit and departure in USA, the 2015 Terror Attack in Garland, Texas, Gunman Attack on our nation’s Naval Headquarters, Washington DC in 2013 and death of Whitney Houston in 2012.
She covered both Presidential Conventions in the 2016 Race to the White House. And, in 2017 Harris Moderated the Women’s Inaugural Breakfast, a bi-partisan Inauguration event held in Washington DC.
She previously presented Fox News Live headline updates during prime-time on weekdays. She has been covering Breaking News between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m ET for Dox News and also fills in for Shepard Smith as a substitute anchor on The Fox Report weekdays, and she anchors Fox News Extra segments that air on the international feed of Fox News. She has also appeared as a guest-panelist on Fox News Channel’s late-night satire show Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, prior to the departure of Gutfeld from that show. Faulkner is also does motivational speaking and works for various charitable causes.
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Harris Faulkner Hamster – Faulkner Settles Lawsuit Over Hasbro’s Toy Hamster
Updated: October 05, 2016 Via Hollywood reporter
Fox News’ Harris Faulkner and Hasbro have come to a settlement to resolve the television personality’s claims of having her likeness violated through the sale of a plastic toy hamster named “Harris Faulkner.”
The anchor of Fox Report Weekend filed her lawsuit in New Jersey federal court with a $5 million demand over a toy included as part of Hasbro’s “Littlest Pet Shop” product line. In her September 2015 complaint, she asserted the toy, with large cartoonish eyes and a butterfly resting on its head, had “caused substantial commercial and emotional damage” to her and falsely implied her “association with, approval, and endorsement of Hasbro and/or the Harris Faulkner Hamster Doll.”
In response, Hasbro argued Harris Faulkner looked nothing like “Harris Faulkner” and that “name-sameness” wasn’t enough to state a valid right of publicity claim.
U.S. District Judge Katharine Hayden rejected a motion to dismiss in July, writing, “In the specialized context of Hasbro’s successful toy line ‘world,’ in which the hamster is admittedly ‘a character’ designed to be played with, Faulkner’s allegation that this doll bears her unusual celebrity name sufficiently pleads a violation of the right of publicity.”
The judge set up future fact-finding about children’s opinions about the toy hamster and whether there was real confusion in the marketplace, but that won’t happen due to the settlement.
No terms have been released by the parties, but in a joint statement, they say, “The ‘Harris Faulkner’ toy is no longer manufactured or sold by Hasbro. However, since there still may be ‘Harris Faulkner’ toys or packaging with the ‘Harris Faulkner’ name in the stream of commerce, Ms. Faulkner reiterates that she has not endorsed or approved this product.”