Clayton Morris is an American television and podcast host who is best known for his work with Fox News. Previously, he worked at Fox & Friends Weekend as a co-host and also hosted The Daily Buzz. He announced his departure from the show and the network on September 4, 2017.

Clayton Morris early life

Morris was born on December 31, 1976 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He went to Wilson High School in Spring Township, Pennsylvania and later attended University of Pittsburgh. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1999. 

Clayton Morris career at Fox News

Morris has been working in broadcast television for 18 years. He joined Fox News in 2008 and originally hosted Good Day Philadelphia on Fox 29 with Sheinelle Jones. He later covered consumer technology news and hosted Fox News Radio segments. He was a frequent guest on the late night Fox News satire show, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.

Morris announced on September 4 that he was leaving Fox News. He took to Twitter to share the news. 

Clayton Morris announces Fox News exit on Twitter

Clayton Morris leaving Fox & Friends Weekend after 18 years with Fox News

Clayton Morris is married!

Clayton Morris with his son Miles

Morris is a married man. He tied the knot with broadcaster Natali Morris (nee Del Conte) in 2010. The couple are parents to three children. They have a son named Miles, who was born in 2010. They have two daughters; Ava and Eve.

Why did Clayton Morris leave Fox News? Says he’s focusing on real estate and family!