Shannon Bream Has Gone From Competing in Miss USA to ‘Livin’ the Bream’ With Fox News

What’s Shannon Bream’s net worth? Learn more about the 'Fox News @ Night' anchor, who was a beauty pageant queen and a lawyer earlier in her career.

Dan Clarendon - Author

Feb. 23 2023, Updated 11:33 a.m. ET

Shannon Bream
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Fox News personality Shannon Bream has worn many hats over the years — and a few tiaras, too. In 1990, decades before becoming the anchor of Fox News Sunday and reportedly racking up a multi-million-dollar net worth, Bream won the Miss Virginia crown. Four years later, she was named Miss Florida. She also competed in Miss USA and Miss America.

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Now Bream is on a different stage, of course, but she has found parallels between her Fox News career and her beauty pageant era. “Live television is just like competing on live TV,” she told Glamour in 2012. “You’re never going to be perfect. You just try to prepare the best that you can and execute the best that you can and try to be in the moment.”

In between those two chapters of her resume, she had a totally different line of work. Keep reading to learn about her career as a lawyer and how much she's worth.

Shannon Bream

TV journalist, anchor of Fox News’ ‘FOX News @ Night,’ and podcast host

Net worth: $10 million (reported)

Shannon Bream anchored Fox News’ Fox News @ Night With Shannon Bream from 2017 to August 2022. She’s also the host of the Fox News podcast Livin’ the Bream and is now the permanent anchor for Fox News Sunday.

Birthdate: Dec. 23, 1970

Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla.

Spouse: Sheldon Bream

Education: B.S. in business management from Liberty University, J.D. from Florida State College of Law

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What is Shannon Bream’s net worth?

Fox News' Shannon Bream
Source: Instagram (@shannonbrea);Twitter (@foxnews)

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bream has a net worth of $10 million and a salary of $3 million after two and a half decades in the TV business. Prior to her Fox News career, Bream worked as a weekend anchor for WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., and as an evening anchor for WBTV in Charlotte, N.C.

Bream joined Fox News in 2007, covering major elections and Supreme Court decisions and then co-hosting America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. Then, in 2017, the cable news channel announced that Bream would host her own show, Fox News @ Night, billed as “a live hour of hard news and analysis out of the Fox News Washington D.C. bureau.”

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In September 2022, Bream left Fox News @ Night to secure a role on a new show, Fox News Sunday. Bream was replaced with longtime reporter Trace Gallagher.

In addition to her on-air role, Bream also hosts the Fox News podcast Livin’ the Bream.

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Is Shannon Bream a lawyer?

Before breaking out on TV, Bream worked as a lawyer in Tampa, Fla., and specialized in employment law — sexual harassment cases, in particular — according to Glamour. But she fell in love with TV news when she and her husband participated in a segment about marriages for the local ABC affiliate, as she told the magazine. So she got a “secret gig,” interning at the ABC station at night.

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“I learned on the job,” she recalled. “I would go to the boss every couple of weeks and say, ‘Would do you mind looking at these scripts that I’ve written and give me your honest feedback?’ You have to wear them down. I refused to take no for an answer, and eventually, maybe out of sheer exasperation, the boss said, ‘OK, I’m going to let you start doing some stories and put you on air, and we’ll see how it goes.’”

Who is Shannon Bream married to?

Shannon Bream’s husband, Sheldon Bream, is a principal at Bream Speaker Management LLC. The two reportedly met while they were attending Liberty State University. They’ve been married for over 20 years, though they don’t have any children.

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