Fresh Biographies
Andy Levy

Andy Levy

Andy Levy is a writer and a journalist and he is also known as Andrew Levy and he was born in 1966. He is appreciated because of the outstanding performance he did with the Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld where he was the Ombudsman who was forecasting at Fox News Channels. He is renowned because of the libertarian politics and deadpan delivery. The humorous commentator did his schooling in the Smithtown High school and he did his bachelor education, at the Columbia University where he was majoring in the Political Science. Andy Levy served as the 31K Combat Signaler for the US Army and he was in the 20th infantry Regiment which is a part of the 2nd Infantry Division in the US army on a Demilitarized Zone of 5th Battalion of Korea. He is known to use the catch phrase I apologize for nothing.

Neil Cavuto

Neil Cavuto

Neil Cavuto was born in the year 1958 and he is an American Television anchor and a commentator for the Fox Business Network. He hosts three different television programs which are Cavuto on Business, Your World With Neil Cavuto on the fox news channels and the Cavuto show on the Fox Business Network. He also tapes a nightly wrap of different business news which is put on the air at the local fox affiliates in the late new which are being syndicated on the Radio business news segment and on the weekday’s afternoon. He is a senior vice president at the same time a managing editor at the Fox Business Network at the Business news. He oversees the business coverage and he is an author for two books.

Susan Hendricks

Susan Hendricks

Susan Hendricksis a news reporter and a TV anchor and she works with CNN. She was born in the 1973 in New Jersey, in America. Her parents are William John Hendricks with Marie Hendricks. They were a middle class family. Susan was the eldest child and she was not able to get the best while growing up. She did not have the right childhood since most of the time; everything was not that smooth for their family. When she was young, she wished to become actress and she was participating actively in the Hun School of Princeton. She was a good ballet dancer and still she did well in the studies. When she graduated, she needed to work for a certain period and this is why her dream of becoming an actress was not given a priority. She got the scholarship to go in the Arizona State University doing the mass communications.

Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade was born in Long Island of New York in 1964. He is known to be the co-host of the Fox and Friends for the Fox News Channels. He also hosted the Kilmeade and Friends in the Fox News radio. For his religion, he follows the Roman Catholicism. From the early age, he was too much influenced by journalism sectors. He is a graduate student for the B.A. He started the career life on Channel One as a correspondent. After sometime, he was called to be an anchor and he became the host of the KHSC-TV. He shifted among many jobs and because of such reason; he had been seen in different programs. He got the chance of hosting Jim Brown Show at the XTRA-AM. He was an announcing team in the 1994. He had also worked for the WVIT like a sideline reporter.

Mark Fuhrman

Mark Fuhrman

Mark Fuhrman was born in the year 1952 and he is an ex detective of the LAPD or Los Angeles Police Department. He was known because of the part he played in the murders of Ronald Lyle Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. He was then judged of felony because of the perjury. He is a writer of books that talk about true crime and once he hosted the talk radio show.

Deborah Feyerick

Deborah Feyerick

Deborah Feyerickis a National correspondent of cnn and he is an American Journalist for the CNN international. Deborah Feyerick has spent most of her childhood in UK and France before going in US. She spent her childhood in New Jersey and he moved to the Manhatttan in order to attend the Barnard College and she graduated in the year 1987 where she got the Bachelor of Arts in the English Literature and afterwards she got a Young alumna Award. While she was still in college, she was already working for the NBC like a news assistant.