Laurie Walker Dhue Biography
Laurie is an American journalist who was born February 10, 1968 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She mostly spent her childhood in Atlanta, Georgia. Dhue was born to Hutton Dhue and Bob Dhue. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She achieved a degree in Bachelor of Arts in political science, with a concentration in dramatic arts.
Dhue began her career working for a news channel as an anchor for the weekend programs, aired on CNN. After working for nine years with CNN, she moved to MSNBC as an anchor for a News.
Towards the end of 1999, she joined Fox News Channel and started working as a host for Fox Report weekend edition and appeared weekly on the O’Reilly Factor. Dhue's popular reporting is Geraldo at Large.
Laurie later served as the voice of the Fox News Radio, launch in 2004 also cndhored evening news updates for many years. Later in 2011, she became the guest host of The Joy Behar Show on CNN’s network, HLN.
Dhue is one of the journalist start from Fox News, who claimed her co-workers Bill O’Reilly and president Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. Currently she is working to write a book expressing her experiences.
Laurie was born on February 10, 1968. She was born and brought up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina the USA. She is the daughter of Hutton Dhue and Bob Dhue.Edit
Laurie started her career in 1990, working at CNN as an anchor on weekend shows and evening reports. After working for nine years with CNN she moved to MSNBC.Edit
CNN to MSNBC
After working for CNN for around nine years, Laura started working for MSNBC, as an anchor of a show called Newsfront. Towards the end of 1999, she started hosting weekend edition show.Edit
The Fox News Channel
Laurie joined the Fox News Channel, in 2000 as a host of Fox Report weekend editions and O'Reilly Factor. Later she wroked for Fox Channels Radio programs as well.Edit
Television to Radio
Laurie moved to radio from TV as a radio anchor, she worked as a radio anchor for some years and again returned back to the TV industry with more experience.Edit
Appearance as Guest Host
Laurie returned back to television as the guest host of the Joy Behar Show to an HLN network. Currently, she is writing a book, focusing on her life and experiences she has gained.Edit