Martha MacCallum is a well renowned American news anchor currently working as anchor at Fox News Channel.
The veteran reporter, who has been in the industry for two decades, is known for her works during presidential elections since 2004.
She was born as Martha Bowes MacCallum on January 31, 1964, in Buffalo, New York to Elizabeth B. and Douglas C. MacCallum Jr.
Martha earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from St. Lawrence University in New York City.
She started her journalism career as a reporter for Corporate Finance magazine.
During the 90s, she was at Wall Street Journal Television, where worked as a business correspondent for several shows.
Since joining FNC in 2004, she has hosted several shows, including America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer and The Live Desk.
Prior to her work at FNC, she served as a reporter and anchor at NBC and CNBC and also had a brief stint at WBIS-TV.
Martha also appeared on an evening show, Checkpoint, which examined Homeland Security and the war on Terror.
In Jan. 2017, Martha joined a new show, The First 100 Days, which was renamed as ‘The Story With Martha McCallum’ on April 28, 2017.
In her journalism career, Maccallum has interviewed several big names, including Barack Obama, John McCain and Laura Bush.
She has received various accolades, including two Gracie Award for Woman in Journalism and Soldiersocks Commitment To Serve award.
She has been married to Daniel Gregory since August 23, 1992, and the couple resides with their sons and daughter in Summit, New Jersey.
As of 2018, the prominent news anchor has accumulated an estimated net worth of $8 million, with annual salary of $700k.