Fred Barnes Biography
Fred Barnes works as a reporter on the Fox News Channel “Special Report” program with Bret Baier. Prior, he worked at “The Weekly Standard “the defunct news publication as an executive editor. Before, he worked on The Beltway Boys, alongside Mort Kondracke, the show previously aired on the Fox News Channel The ”Forbes Media Guide Five Hundred, 1994 states as a co-host.
Fred Barnes Age
Fred Barnes was born in Virginia, theon Feb 1, 1943. He is 78 years old.
Fred Barnes Height
Fred stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 11 in/1.8m tall.
Fred Barnes Education
Fred finished his high school course at St. Stephens School located in Alexandria in 1960. Then for two years, he was at the U.S. Army, after he earned himself a Bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Virginia. In addition, he went to Harvard University as a Nieman Fellow.
Fred Barnes Family
Fred has kept silent on details regarding his parents and siblings, however, in-depth research on this is ongoing and will be updated soon as available.
Fred Barnes Wife
Fred is a married man to Barbara Barnes. Research on any additional or missing information is being investigated and will be updated soon as available.
Fred Barnes Salary
Fred annually earns a salary of $117,793. This is according to Fox News reporter/anchors salaries.
Fred Barnes Net Worth
Fred has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Fred Barnes Career
Fred worked at The Charleston News as well as Courier based in Charleston, South Carolina as a journalist. Then he worked at the Washington Star in 1979 as a reporter, during his tenure here he covered the White House as well as Supreme Court for the Star. Later, he began working as a national political correspondent for the Baltimore Sun, He also worked for The New Republic as a White House correspondent as well as senior editor, from 1985 to 1995.
He also worked as an author for the American Spectator media column the “Presswatch”, and also from 1988 to 1998, he worked on the public affairs show called The McLaughlin Group as a panelist, also he worked radio show called What’s the Story at Radio America as a host and currently he works for the Voice of America show as a moderator.