Winner of Bronze World Medal from the New York Festivals for excellence in communications media, Catherine Herridge is a journalist and an author from Canada.
Early life, Education
Catherine Herridge was born on May 18, 1964, in Canada, to Canadian parents. She is Canadian and is of white ethnicity.
She is mainly popular as the Chief Intelligence correspondent for the Fox News Channel. Catherine is a graduate of Harvard College. She also holds a Master's Degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in journalism.
She has been active as a journalist for a long time. She served in the ABC News as a news correspondent for several years and then she joined Fox News Channel in 1996.
There she worked as a field correspondent for the Fox Magazine, The Pulse, which no longer is in existence. She also covered the news about the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui who was accused in the U.S. over the 9/11 attacks.
Married to Husband Jeff Miller & Family
On 13th of March 2004, Catherine got married to Jeff Miller. Jeff Miller is also one of the famous American television personality. The couple is parents of two children, a son, and a daughter. They are still together and there is no sign of them getting divorced.
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During 2006, her son, Peter suffered from Biliary Atresia, a childhood disease of the liver especially of the bile ducts. The parents needed a donor to save their child but after they couldn't find a donor - Catherine herself donated a part of her to save her child.
Catherine receives a huge amount of salary from Fox News Channel and her net worth is estimated to be around $10 million.