Top Fox Female News Anchors

Top Fox Female News Anchors

Female anchors on Fox News have given a news channel a completely new look. 

Updated on July 18, 2022 17:18 PM by Dhinesh

It is known that women add a different flavor to any situation, and news is no exception. They can attract a massive audience because they have their advantages and strengths. Fox News has become a popular news channel worldwide.

More than that, it is a brand that has gained credibility in the past decade. Lately, Fox News saw more and more females who have taken anchoring, TV hosting, and reporting to an all-new life. It is beyond doubt that the  Fox news female anchors are the best at their jobs.

Julie Banderas

Julie Marie Banderas is an American reporter and TV news reporter. She works for Fox News Channel (FNC) in New York. Julie anchors the channel's breaking news programs like America's News Headquarters.

Julie Banderas has been active in the field of journalism for over a decade and is constantly working to bring true stories to the viewers.

Julie joined the news channel in the year 2005 as a general assignment reporter. Since 2013, she has worked as a rotating anchor on weekdays. She even covered daily news stories for the news channel.

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Maria Bartiromo

Maria Bartiromo is the second most popular news anchor on the Fox Business Network. She joined the news channel in 2006. The anchor covered some of the most significant events in the last two decades, such as the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2012 presidential elections.

Maria was born in 1967 in New York. She took a degree in communication from the State University of New York at Oswego. Before working for Fox News, she worked with other prestigious channels like CNN and CNBC as an anchor and also Global Marketing Editor.

The anchor's first husband worked as an executive on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2002, she married Douglas Brunt for the second time, Douglas Brunt. He is a well-known editor and also acted in House of Cards.

Arthel Neville

Arthel Neville is a reporter and an anchor with Fox News. She has worked at Fox affiliate stations in various cities like Washington, New York, and Los Angeles. Earlier, Arthel hosted Hannity on the news channel.

She has been featured in some popular magazines like Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, and InStyle. Arthel became part of the Fox News Network in the year 1998 on a job profile as a news contributor. She was seen on various shows, including The O'Reilly Factor and Fox Files.

The anchor is involved in several projects on the news channel. She became a substitute anchor and reporter for a show named The Pulse. This show was the predecessor to America's Pulse. James Scott hosted the latter.

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Harris Faulkner

Harris Faulkner works as a newscaster at Fox News. She anchors a daily daytime show called The Faulkner Fox and also hosts Outnumbered. She has a record of interviewing some compelling figures, including former President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, and Vice President and his wife – Mike Pence and Keren Pence.

In 2006, Harris had an interview with former President George W. Bush after he announced donating a part of his brain after his death. There was a time till 2016 when she was the only female anchor on Fox News who was African American.

Before she started working for Fox News, Harris was a correspondent and a co-anchor at ABC. She was working as a news anchor in different cities – Florida, Miami, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia.

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Dagen McDowell

Dagen McDowell is a well-known female anchor on the Fox Business Network. She has been working as an anchor on the news channel since 2007. Dagen is a business correspondent and an anchor for Fox News Channel.

The anchor is the regular face of FNC's several opinion programs. She contributes to the channel's daytime programming scheduling. She is honest, tough, and independent, and for more than two decades, Dagen has been a strong voice in the business and political arena.  


 Dagen joined the news channel in 2007 as a host of her program named The Dagen McDowell Show. Later on, the show was renamed Money Rocks. It was done so because, according to Dagen, every issue ultimately boils down to money.

Apart from hosting her show, Dagen was a panelist on Happy Hour along with Andrew Napolitano and Harris Faulker. She contributed to other shows on the network like Cavuto, Varney & Co., Your World with Neil Cavuto, and The Five.

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Martha MacCallum

Martha MacCallum is a renowned legal analyst, political pundit, and TV reporter. She now writes and co-anchors America's Newsroom at Fox News Channel. Martha was an attorney before she joined FNC in 2004.

Before that, she served as an anchor on CNBC and MSNBC.  Apart from being a news anchor, Martha is fully active in politics and loves participating in political debates.

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Sandra Smith

Sandra Smith serves as an anchor on the Fox News Channel and also on Fox Business Network. She is among the network's most recognized faces, offering analysis on financial market segments and business news. She contributes to programs such as Outnumbered, Your World with Cavuto, and The O'Reilly Factor.

Sandra joined FNC to cover the business news in New York. She shifted to Washington in 2009 and started hosting the show America's Nightly Scoreboard.

Dana Perino

Dana Perino has many jewels in her crown. She is a well-known American TV personality, former White House Press Secretary, and political commentator.

She is best appreciated for appearing on various political talk shows like Hannity, Fox & Friends, The O'Reilly Factor, and The Five. From 2007 to 2009, Sandra was a White House Press Secretary when George W. Bush was the President of the US. 

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Lauren Simonett

Lauren Simonett is an anchor and a correspondent with Fox News Channel. She joined the news network in 2003 on the profile of general assignment reporter for the Dallas bureau. She is responsible for covering top daily stories in domestic and international news.

Lauren anchors daytime and primetime breaking news programs. Lauren also co-anchors America's Election Headquarters Sunday. She also serves as a fill-in anchor to America's News Headquarters. Before joining Fox, she was a reporter and an anchor for KDFW-TV.

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Gerri Willis

Gerri Willis is a TV host, an author, an award-winning business journalist, and a personal finance expert. She created a radio program called Your Life Your Money and founded She joined Fox in 2001 and co-hosted Fox Business Morning with her colleague Stuart Varney.

Gerri joined Marian on her show Mornings with Maria. Gerri hosts Willis Report, a show which discusses financial and business topics.

Cheryl Casone

Cheryl Casone anchors The Morning Briefing with Diana Perino and also co-hosts The Five on Fox News Channel. Earlier, she was a national political reporter for Fox, covering politics and policy for Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, Strategy Room, and Special Report with Bret Baier.

Cheryl joined Fox on the job profile of a general assignment news producer in the year 2001.

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Jennifer Griffin

Jennifer Griffin is a former US Navy officer and an American journalist. She serves as a military and national security reporter for FNC. She appears on primetime news shows such as Special Report with Bret Baier, and Fox News Sundays with Chris Wallas.

She works as a national security contributor to Today Show, NBC News, and MSNBC. Jennifer is a noted photographer whose work can be seen in magazines including Playboy and Esquire and worldwide galleries.

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Liz Claman

Liz Claman is a correspondent and an anchor for Fox Business Network. In 2008, she joined the Fox Business Network as an anchor for After the Bell. It was the Network’s flagship afternoon business news program.

Currently, she serves as a correspondent for Fox and co-anchors Cavuto: Coast to Coast. Before Liz started working at Fox, she worked as a business anchor/reporter at CNBC.

Laura Ingraham  

Laura Anne Ingraham is an American author, political commentator, and radio talk show host. Right now, she hosts The Laura Ingraham Show on FNC.

She began her career as a clerk in the Supreme Court and later served as an attorney in different law firms. When she was in law school, she served as the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy editor.

Summing up

The female news anchors of Fox News even vary according to body shape and age. The news channel doesn't focus on creating a specific type of image for the women in the news but focuses on their commitment and intelligence.       

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