How rich is Megyn Kelly?
Megyn Kelly Net Worth:
Megyn Kelly Net Worth:
Megyn Kelly Net Worth $15 Million
Megyn Marie Kelly, broadly generally known as Megyn Kendall is an attractive television host and political commentator. Megyn was produced on November 18, 1970 in Syracuse, Ny. She moved with her parents to Delmar when she was only nine years of age. Her dad died when she was entering in her teen days. She finished graduation in the Syracuse University having a diploma in Political Science.
After finishing her graduation, Megyn Kelly started to act as an associate in Chicago office of Law firm ‘Bickel & Brewer LLP’. While working together with the Law firm, she became the co-writer for American Bar Association’s journal, Litigation ‘The Contradictory Functions of Attorney as Manager’. Afterwards she worked as a lawyer in Credit Bureau Experian for the nine years. After beginning her career in law, she switched to Washington D.C. After settling down in Washington, she was selected as a general assignment reporter by WJLA TV. While working at WJLA TV, she covered important local and national occasions. She covered the occasions like 2004 presidential election and Beltway Sniper attacks. In 2004, Megyn Kelly made a decision to join Fox Entertainment Group. G. Roberts. After she served as a host for her own legal section ‘Legal Section’. Kendall has received acknowledgement for her incredible work in the journalism and law. As of 2014, she’s brought in overall net worth sum of $15 million dollars.
|Birth date:||November 18, 1970|
|Birth place:||Syracuse, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Journalist, tv anchor, television host, commentator|
|Education:||Bethlehem Central High School, Syracuse University, Albany Law School|
|Spouse:||Douglas Brunt (m. 2008), Daniel Kendall (m. 2001–2006)|
|Children:||Edward Yates Brunt, Thatcher Bray Brunt, Yardley Evans Brunt|
|Parents:||Linda Kelly, Edward Kelly|
|Awards:||Editor of the Albany Law Review, Award from Childhelp for her coverage of child abuse cases|
|Nominations:||Honoree for Variety's Power of Women (2016), “The 100 Most Influential People” (Time (Time), 2014)|
|TV shows:||"America’s Newsroom" (2007-), "The Kelly File" (2013-2017), "America Live", "Today", "Today's Take", Weekend Live: Kelly's Court", "The O'Reilly Factor", "Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld"|