Britt McHenry is an eminent American journalist currently working as a contributor for Fox Nation and Fox News’ 24/7 streaming service. Previously, McHenry served as a news reporter for ESPN.
Her career journey st in journalism started at NewsChannel 8 and WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C. where she served as a fill-in anchor and sports reporter.
Britt McHenry Age
Britt McHenry was born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, in the United States on May 28, 1986. She is 35 years old.
Britt McHenry Height
McHenry stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx 1.73 m).
Britt McHenry Education
She attended Satellite High School and graduated with a high diploma in the year 2004. Britt later enrolled at the University of Stetson and after graduating Britt joined the University of Northwestern Medill School of Journalism where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree.
Britt McHenry Family
Britt was born to her mother Margie Mchenry, and her father in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, and was raised in Satellite Beach, Florida, in the USA. His mother was a salon designer and hairdresser while his father was an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel.
Britt McHenry Husband
She is presently dating Rob Ferrara and on her Instagram account has been seen posting their photos. Previously, Britt was in a relationship with Tennys Sandgren who is an American professional tennis player.
The ex-couple knew each as they were each other followers other via Twitter. They later started dating in the year 2018. However, in early 2019, their romance ended up in a breakup due to unknown reasons. As of now, She is yet to be married
Britt McHenry Salary
Britt’s annual salary is $250,360 per year. This is according to FOX Nation anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Britt McHenry Net Worth
McHenry has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Britt McHenry Career
In the year 2018, She joined Fox News serving as a contributor. Currently, Britt serves for “UN-PC” on Fox Nation as a co-host.
In addition, McHenry also serves as a host of “Like It or Not” for WTTG-TV, and Fox 5 in Washington. Before that, She spent four years at ESPN serving as a writer, host, and reporter focusing primarily on MLB and NFL.
While there, McHenry covered former Baltimore Ravens running back the Charlotte riots that broke out close to Bank of America Stadium and Ray Rice’s domestic violence altercation, the death of Muhammad Ali.