Steve Hayes Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox News

Steve Hayes
Steve Hayes

Steve Hayes Biography

Steve Hayes works as the Editor and CEO of the Dispatch, he also is a former editor-in-chief. And television commentator, of The Weekly Standard. He signed off his works as a contributor at Fox News prior.  Hayes is a writer of two New York Times bestsellers into the bargain.

Prior to this, he was among CNN’s “Best Political Team on Television that won a Peabody Award because of its coverage of the 2008 elections. And Hayes also has appeared on different networks including HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher.The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, NPR, CBS, NBC, and ABC.

Steve Hayes Age

Hayes was born in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, in the United States in 1974. He is 48 years old. However, he has not disclosed his exact date and month of birth to the limelight.

Steve Hayes Height

Hayes stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.

Steve Hayes Family

Hayes has kept details on his parents and siblings away from the public, as he enjoys keeping his personal life private despite being a public figure.

Steve Hayes Wife

Hayes is a blissful married man to Carrie C. Hayes. Together they are blessed to have four children. They all reside in Annapolis, Maryland.

Steve Hayes Education

Hayes schooled and graduated from DePauw Campus, during his tenure here he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Then he went to the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied journalism.

Steve Hayes Salary

Hayes annually earns a salary of $78,511, according to The Dispatch Editors salaries.

Steve Hayes Net Worth

Hayes has an estimated net worth of $739,271.

Steve Hayes Career

Hayes works as the Editor and CEO of the Dispatch. He also is a former editor-in-chief and television commentator, of The Weekly Standard. Hayes signed off his works as a contributor at Fox News Prior. He is a writer of two New York Times bestsellers into the bargain.

Before he was among CNN’s “Best Political Team on Television that won a Peabody Award. Because of its coverage of the 2008 elections, he also has appeared on different networks. Including HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, NPR, CBS, NBC, and ABC.

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