Peter Doocy is an American journalist who works for Fox News as a White House Correspondent. He was born on 21 June 1987, in Washington, D.C., United States. He is the son of Steve Doocy and Kathy Gerrity.
Doocy became famous after being included in a survey that revealed details on Hillary Clinton's drinking incident during Chris Matthew's Hardball School tour. He followed his father footstep's into Journalism. He has fans all around the world.
Date of Birth
21 June 1987
Washington, D.C., United States
The estimated net worth of Peter Doocy is $1 million. He makes his fortune through his successful career as a journalist. He receives a nice salary from Fox News, where he has worked for almost a decades.
Family and Early Life:
The talented journalist's father, Steve is a veteran Fox News Journalist who is best known for his work as a co-anchor on Fox News' Fox & Friends and as a breakfast program host. He has two siblings named, Sally Doocy and Mary Doocy.
The news anchor graduated from Villanova University in Philadelphia. He was influenced by his father so he worked as a Fox News reporter on Pennsylvania Sports Arena.
Peter Doocy has a single past relationship but currently, he is married to Hillary Vaughn. They married in a tiny ceremony at the Palm Meadow Bluff Resort in South Carolina after dating for some time.
Vaugn is a Fox Business correspondent as well as a long-time journalist. She's worked for magazines in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Texas, according to her Muck Rack.
They had intended to marry in January 2021 but the coronavirus forced the lovebirds to postponed their wedding. Finally, in April 2021 they tied the knot.
In 2009, Doocy started his career as a general assignment correspondent for Fox News Channel. He covered a several news stories on the channel, including the 2011 Midwest flood, Hurricane Sandy, and the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections.
The tv interview with Robert O'Neill, the former Navy SEAL who assassinated Osama Bin Laden in May 2012, was a turning point in his career. This extra special report also received Fox News Channel's highest ratings in its history.
Furthermore, In 2015, he also served as a backup host in the morning chat show named "Fox and Friends". He also reported on former Vice President Dick Cheney's heart transplant operation. He has also received great acclaim for his coverage of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut.