Alyse Eady (Alyse Cynthia Eady) is an American news journalist and beauty pageant winner of Miss Arkansas in 2010. She was born on 15 March 1988, in Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States.
She was awarded first runner-up at the 2011 Miss American pageant. Currently, she is an anchor at Atlanta's Fox 5 television station. She has established herself as one of the industry's top.
Alyse Cynthia Eady
Date of Birth
15 March 1988
Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States
The estimated net worth of Alyse Eady is around $3 million. She makes her earnings through her successful professional career. She has to fight hard throughout her life in order to achieve enormous success in the future. That is why she is having a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle.
Family and Early Life:
Eady was adopted as a child and grew up in Lewis and Lady's home. She has two siblings, Scott Eady and Martin Patrick Eady. Her foster parents were both sick. Her father went blind, and her mother was diagnosed with Lupus.
As a result, she had to take on the role of caretaker for her parents at an early age. She assisted her mother by learning to cook and wash dishes.
Her education was never disrupted regardless of her situation at home. She is a well-educated and qualified individual. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and Speech Communication from Ouachita Baptist University. She worked as a tutor for the local Boys and Girls Club during high school.
Alyse Eady is married to Patrick Lemmond. He works for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta as an accountant. On 25 March 2007, the lovebirds started dating and after dating for six years, On 7 December 2013, the pair tied the knot.
They have two children one son and one daughter, Sophia Mae, and Wyatt. The couple's first child was born in October 2018 named, Sophia Mae, and another child, Wyatt was born in July 2021.
Even before Eady began appearing on television, she has a talent for stealing the spotlight. In 2004, she was crowned Miss Teen Arkansas-America, and in 2010, she was named Miss Arkansas.
Furthermore, In 2011, she appeared on David Letterman's late-night show. Prior to joining the Fox News Channel, she worked as a news anchor for TEGNA-owned KTHV-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas, a local CBS- affiliated television station. In August 2016, She joined WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia as their morning news anchor.