Uncertainty of life is what makes it more precious. However, enjoying and cherishing the moment that we are now is more important.
Likewise, Shannon Bream is a prominent name as an American journalist who is also among the ones who enjoys the moment fully despite experiencing several ups and downs in her life.
Here let's drill down and know the life story of “Fox News @ Night” host Shannon Bream. All from her married life, kids to her family career and earnings.
Married Life And Husband
Fox anchor Shannon Bream is blissfully married to her boyfriend turned husband Sheldon Bream. The duo first met during the homecoming game at Liberty University but they were dating different partners but destiny had other plans. Shannon and her husband Sheldon Beam were introduced by their mutual friend and the rest is the history.
They first went on a date on 13 February 1993. After dating for a few years, Sheldon proposed to Shannon and got engaged, and started planning their life together. Shannon was studying at the Law school when Sheldon popped the question.
Sheldon was diagnosed with a brain tumor not long after their engagement. The surgery was successful after 9 hours of operation but it ended up with few complications. Sheldon ended up with severe paralysis just a few months before their wedding date. However, he regained control of his facial muscles.
Shannon and Sheldon stayed together and faced the tough situation and finally tied the knot on 31 December 1995.
Shannon says she and her husband are not perfect but they are perfect for each other. She considers her husband as the greatest blessing of her life who loves, protects, respects, and supports her crazy dreams of Shannon. Sharing the journey of life as husband and wife for nearly 26 years the duo still seems super in love.
When it comes to the children, Shannon doesn’t have kids. In an interview with the CBN news, she opened about her decision to not have kids and also adds that “she knew early on she didn’t have what she calls mom genes”.
Additionally, they have a Labrador named Biscuit Bream as their family member who also has an Instagram account named biscuitbream.
Career And Net Worth
Shannon started her law career after graduating from the Florida University College of Law but after facing a difficult recovery of her husband, newlywed Shannon realized that Law wasn’t for her and began interning at a local news station.
Then she eventually switched her legal profession and started interning at a local news station. She loved the police scanners, the breaking news, and the unpredictability of live television and she decided to pursue her career in television news.
She moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2001 and eventually got hired at the CBS affiliate, WBTV as the evening and late-night news reporter. Then she was picked by NBC in Washington, DC as a weekend anchor for NBC affiliate WRC-TV.
While working at WRC-TV Shannon met Fox News Channel's managing director Brit Hume. After Brit learned about the legal background of Shannon he offered her a job and Shannon began moving up at Fox, filling in on the anchor desk. She was hired in 2007 as a Supreme Court correspondent at Fox news. Ultimately, she began hosting her own show named “Fox News @ Night”.
With all her credits as an American journalist, Shannon Bream earns a salary of about $3 million and musters a net worth of $10 million.
Moreover, she is also the author of 2 books. Her first book was “Finding the Bright Side: The Art of Chasing What Matters” which reflected her journey of life, faith, and the hurdles. Likewise, her second book is “The Women of the Bible Speak: The Wisdom of 16 Women and Their Lessons for Today” which has officially been on The New York Times bestseller list.
Short Wiki-Like Bio Of Shannon
Shannon Bream was born on 23 December 1970 to father Ed DePuy and mother Marie Norris in Tallahassee, Florida. Her dad was a Leon County Commissioner while her mom was a teacher.
Shannon has a younger brother when it comes to her siblings.
As per her education, Shannon went to North Florida Christian High School and graduated in 1988. She then went to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and graduated in 1993 with a degree in Business Management.
During her University days, she competed and won the Miss Virginia pageant in 1990 and then participated in the Miss American 1991 pageant. She became the to-10 finalist of the pageant.
Shannon later attended Florida State University College of Law where she studied Law. Likewise, when she was in Law school, she competed and won the Miss Florida USA pageant in 1995 and earned 4th place in the Miss USA 1995 pageant.
Shannon holds American nationality and comprises of Caucasian ethnicity.
Furthermore, around her 40th birthday, Shannon underwent surgery to deal with a painful disease that affected her eyes. Although doctors had told her there would be no cure yet eventually after the surgery her eyes became 95 percent better.