Marianne Rafferty is a Fox News anchor and correspondent who’s got a considerably impressive fan base of anchors. Marianne got her first break in KZTZ-TV Corpus Christi, Texas. She became an overnight anchor on Fox News during her stint in the Fox New York Bureau in late 2009. She joined the FNC Atlanta Bureau in 2006. While working there she reported the Duke lacrosse case and also covered Hurricane Dean’s path from Jamaica. Her famous work in FNC includes Fox News @Night (2017), Happening Now(2007), and The Evening Edit(2014). She is one of the most successful journalists and ranked in the famous people list born on September 19, 1971. Marianne is one of the United States-born richest journalists.
Marianne Rafferty Biography
Marriane Michelle silber
September 17, 1971
She is 51 years old now.
Beville, Texas, USA
Journalist, News anchor, and Correspondent
Los Angeles, California, United States
There are not many known details about Marianne’s early life and parents. She grew up on their family ranch in Beeville, Texas. Her mother’s name is Wilma Silber. She lost her mother to colon cancer. She is inspired by her grandmother Alamae McMohan. Wilma silber mother of Rafferty. Her father was a retired Air Force personnel.
She graduated from A. C. Jones High School in Beeville, Texas. After high school, she studied at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. She majored in Broadcast Journalism from Bellarmine University.
Marianne Rafferty Husband
Marianne Rafferty has been married to Ian “Will” Rafferty since 2009. The pair married on May 30, 2009, and they have a son together named Devin. They are also parents to other kid whose name is not known.
5 feet 4 inches or 162 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Working as an anchor and reporter at Fox News for more than 15 years.
One of the most popular journalists in the United States.
Marianne Rafferty NetWorth
According to various online portals, Marianne Rafferty’s net worth in 2024 is estimated to be around $1 million.
Marriane Rafferty facts
She spent her early days in Beeville, Texas ranch with her mother Wilma Silber.
She is very much fond of animals and helped her parents raise cows and horses but she was more passionate about Journalism from her childhood days.
Marianne was a member of the 4-H Club.
She has a very impressive fanbase among Journalists.
Marianne worked in ABC affiliate COCO channel 5 for a period of three years and then moved to KFOR-TV in 2015.
She joined Fox News Channel in March 2006 and has been working as an anchor since then.
From 2018 to 2021, she played herself in the TV series Fox and Friends First.