Trish Regan Biography & Net Worth
Trish Regan Biography & Net Worth
|Patricia Ann Regan
|13 December 1972
|Hampton, New Hampshire, United States
James A. Ben
|2001 Till Date
American television talk show host Trish Regan formerly hosted “Trish Regan Primetime” on Fox Business Network from 2015 to 2020. Shortly after claiming that the coronavirus outbreak was a
Democratic “impeachment scam” against United States President Donald Trump, her show was suspended by Fox Business, and she was released by Fox at the end of the month. She was also a regular contributor on Fox News Channel. Regan was previously a host at CNBC from 2007–2012, and a television host on Bloomberg TV from 2012–2015. Trish Regan net worth is estimated at $30 million.
Trish Regan’s Early life
Regan was born Patricia Ann Regan on 13 December 1972, in New Hampshire. She completed high school at Phillips Exeter Academy. She was Miss New Hampshire and alao represented the state in the Miss America pageant in 1994. Regan moved to Graz, Austria to study voice. She attended Boston’s New England Conservatory of Music before enrolling at Columbia University, from where she graduated with a B.A. in history in 2000.
Trish Regan got her first job with the media at CBS for CBS MarketWatch in 2001. She filled in several roles as CBS until she jumped to CNBC in 2007. Her primary task at CNBC was to create long-form documentary programs on varieties of subjects. Her show, titled “Against the Tide: The Battle for New Orleans” received a Best Documentary Emmy nomination.
In 2012 she switched to Bloomberg television where she continued making documentaries and hosted a daily markets show. Three years later she was hired by Fox News with a contract which offered her a career-high pay of $8 million a year, to anchor the weekday program “The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan”. Eventually, the show became “Trish Regan Primetime”.
While working at Fox network, Trish Regan veered into controversy on many occasions. The biggest controversy from the list, and the one which ultimately led to her fall, was related to the coronavirus pandemic. The television personality was one of the most vocal defamers of people who were sounding alarms about the oncoming virus. On March 9 2020, she claimed the virus was a hoax cooked up by Democrats to cause dere to President Donald Trump. Within a very short period of time after making remarks that called the virus a hoax, the virus had become a global pandemic. On March 13 her talk show was suspended, and she was fired 14 days later.
This was Regan’s first media job. She got her start at CBS MarketWatch, then partially owned. by CBS News. Here, she served as a business correspondent, and reported for the CBS Evening News for six years. She also contributed to “48 Hours” and “Face the Nation”. In 2007, she earned an Emmy nomination for Investigative Reporting for her work on the connection between Islamic terrorist groups and the Tri-Border region of South America. While at CBS News, she was a correspondent for CBS MoneyWatch. In her second year at the network, the Northern California Society of Professional Journalists awarded her the Most Outstanding Young Broadcast Journalist Award for her work at CBS.
During her tenure at CNBC, Her primary task at CNBC was to create long-form documentary programs on varieties of subjects. She also hosted a daily markets show. She received a second Emmy nomination in her career when she was nominated in the Best Documentary
category. She also received a Gerald Loeb nomination for her documentary effort on “Against the Tide: The Battle for New Orleans”. The documentary was an investigative piece on New Orleans’ levee system after Hurricane Katrina.
Bloomberg Television (2012–15)
Regan worked as an anchor at Bloomberg Television. She hosted a daily global market show, titled, “Street Smart with Trish Regan.”
Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel (2015–2020)
Regan moved on to Fox News and Fox Business Network in 2015. She signed a deal with the network which paid her a career-high salary to serve as anchor for the show “The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan weekdays”, which eventually morphed into “Trish Regan Primetime”.
Personal Life & Family
The wealthy journalist is married to James A. Ben. Her husband, James, is an investment banker. They have three children together.
Trish Regan Net Worth
As a talk show host and author, Trish Regan net worth has been made primarily through her career which has seen her serve with big television networks such as CBS, CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox. Before landing in trouble and getting fired by Fox News, Trish was tied to a contract which fetched her a salary of $8 million per year.
Trish Regan net worth is estimated at $30 million.