When Fox News channel aired its brand new show named 'Fox News Specialists' on May 1st, all eyes were stuck on the 28-year-old co-host Katherine Timpf even though Eric Bolling and Eboni K. Williams were also present there.
Timpf is a TV personality and reporter who has a net worth of $1 million. Since success is coming steadily on the side of Timpf, we believe that her net worth will rise soon. Let's know about her career, awards and net worth in brief.
Katherine Timpf work at TV shows and newspaper
The gorgeous blonde reporter is a Hillsdale College graduate with a B.A. in English. Till date, she has participated in various radio and TV shows such as 'Fox and Friends,' 'Red Eye,' 'America Live with Megyn Kelly,' 'Cavuto,' 'On the Record with Greta Van Susteren,' 'The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore' and so on.
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The Washington Times has also been Timpf's work place as she was its digital editor in the past. Apart from that, she has also contributed to other publications such as Orange County Register and Investor's Business Daily. She has also worked at other places such as Leadership Institute's CampusReform.org, NASA's Third Rock Radio, and Total Traffic Network in Santa Ana, California.
Katherine Timpf on Fox News
Apart from Fox News, Timpf works at National Review Online, and its columnist using humorous and sarcastic words. She accused Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of being a “fake feminist" in 2015 due to how Clinton's treated the ladies who accused her husband, Bill Clinton, of various sexual offenses.
Katherine Timpf career at Fox News channel
On 20th March 2016, she started 'The Kat Timpf Show.' She has been working at 'Fox News Specialist' since 1st May 2017.
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Apart from being a writer and reporter, Timpf is also a stand-up comedian who has performed at various places such as Gotham Comedy Club in New York as well as The Improv in Los Angeles.
Katherine Timpf accolades
In the course of her career, she has won Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program grant award in 2012. With the aid from The Fund for American Studies, she accomplished "As California Goes, So Goes the Nation: The Consequences of Following Golden State Policy." Project.
She has also been promoted on news outlets including Rush Limbaugh and the Drudge Report.