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Shannon Bream is an American journalist, best known as a Supreme Court reporter for Fox News Channel. She previously worked for WBTV and WRC-TV affiliated with CBS and NBC respectively. Additionally, she is the winner of Miss Florida USA Pageant.

  • December 23, 1970
  • 5 Feet 7 Inches
  • Sheldon Bream
  • $4 Million
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Personal and Family Life

Born on December 23, 1970, in Sanford Florida, United States, Shannon Bream is the daughter of Ed DePuy and Marie Norris. Her father was a Leon County Commissioner whereas mother was a teacher. At 17, she graduated with high school degree from North Florida Christian High School, Tallahassee.

She enrolled at Liberty University, Virginia. At that time, she participated and won the Miss Virginia Pageant in 1990. In 1993, she completed her graduation with Business Degree. Later, she moved back to Tallahassee and attended Florida State University.

During her days in Florida University, she interned in the US House of Representatives alongside Bill McCollum, Florida Congressman. In 1995, she won the title Miss Florida USA Pageant. Besides that, she finished fourth in the Miss USA 1995 Pageant.

Shannon Bream married to Sheldon Bream. She met Sheldon when she was attaining a degree at Liberty University. The couple has no children. Both husband and wife seem to be more focused in their professional career. Till date, no rumors regarding divorced has been heard.

 

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Lifestyle and Measurements

Bream has attained a beautiful curvy figure with an intense workout and proper balance diet. Her 5 feet and 7 inches height flawlessly match body measurements of 38-26-37. Her body weight is 56kg. Her attractive hour glass figure and a well-toned pair of legs suit any sort of attire she wears. She loves to explore new places and read books. Bream usually spends her leisure time with her husband. She is very much conscious regarding her beauty and figure.

 

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Professional Career

In 1996, Shannon Bream completed her graduation from Florida University and moved to Tampa, Florida in search of better opportunities. At first, she began her career in the field of Law. However, she shifted her career to journalism sector. In 1991, she joined WBTV, affiliated with CBS, as a news reporter of the evening and late-night show.

After working for almost three years, she joined WRC-TV as a weekend host, covering the general reports in Washington D.C. At that time, she met the Fox News channel’s managing editor, Brit Hume. In 2007, she moved to Fox News Channel and is working in its Washington D.C. bureau.

 

News and Updates 2017

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