Sara Carter (Fox News) Biography

Sara Carter is a Cuban-American Journalist and is currently working for Fox News Channel as a Contributor. Apart from journalism, she owns her website which she regularly updates with all the latest news updates around the country at SaraACarter.com. Carter joined Fox News in 2017 and is currently known as the host of the Sara Carter Show podcast. Her work includes reports about national security, terrorism, and immigration. She has also been the recipient of two National Headliner Awards.

Early Life

Sara Carter was born on 31st May 1980. Her ethnicity is Cuban- American. The details about her parents’ names have not been shared with the media. Her mother is a Cuban immigrant while her father was a US Marine Corps Trouper. She has not shared details about her siblings with the media as well. Sara has completed her high school at Lutheran High School located in La Verne, California. For her higher and further studies, she went to California State Polytechnic University in Pomona. Over there she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication.

Sara Carter Career

In March 2002 she started her career by working as a Senior Reporter for Los Angeles New Group. After five years she went to work at the Washington Times as the National Security Correspondent. In February 2010 she was working with The Washington Examiners as a National Security Correspondent. In 2013 she was hired as the senior reporter for The Blaze in Washington D.C. She was also the host of Blaze Network News Documentary, Online Investigate Journalist, Broke national and international stories, Produced numerous episodes on ISIS and National security.

In May 2016 she began working as the Senior Correspondent for Circa.com. Next year she was hired at Darkwire Inc and Fox News as Fox News Contributor and an Investigate Reporter. She has also shared her views on the 2021 Presidential Elections in the USA. Most of her work has unveiled secret tunnel systems, narcotics trafficking routes, and the involvement of Mexican federal officials in the drug trade.

Social Media

Sara is quite active on social media as she uses this platform to share her views and opinions. She joined Twitter in March 2009 and has earned over 1.3 million followers. On her Instagram account, she has earned over 135 thousand followers. Even on her LinkedIn account, she has more than 500 connections.

Sara Carter Biography

Real Name Sara A. Carter
Birth Date 31 May 1980
Age (as of 2022) 41 Years
Birth Place United States
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Gemini

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 60 kg  –  in Pounds –  132 lbs
Shoe Size 6.5 (U.S.)
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Light Brown
Body Type Average

Family

Father
Mother
Sister Monique L. Griffith, Nathalie Rodgers, Sylviane Laforet
Brother Pierre A. Rodgers

Qualification/Education

School Lutheran High School
College London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA)

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is her husband? Martin Bailey
Children Two (Benjamin, Analiese)

Personal Life

Sara is married to Martin Bailey, a veteran and also a retired Master Sergent with the United States Armed Forces. They both tied the knot at a private wedding ceremony on 22nd October 2010. Her husband suffered vision loss after getting blinded by a bomb in the Afghanistan war in April 2011. This incident caused brutal for his career as he couldn’t get back to his normal shape and as a result, he had to call it to quit the duty. She likes to keep her married life private and away from the limelight. They are also blessed with two children named Benjamin and Analiese.

Sara Carter Net Worth

Sara Carter has earned a lot through her career in the Journalism field. She has worked with many companies as an Investigate reporter, host, and many other posts as well. According to sources her net worth has been estimated at around $2 million. She might also earn by being interviewed or invited as a special guest.

Trivia

  • She has spent part of her childhood years in Saudi Arabia.
  • Her father has offered services in two wars.
  • She is fluent in English and Spanish.
  • She also pursued a course from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
  • At the Washington Times, she has spent most of the time traveling and covering the war on terror in Afghanistan and other parts of the world.
  • In 2007 she was awarded National SPJ Sigma Delta Chi Award for the investigation of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico in exposing the cartels.
  • She has spent a decade covering the war in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan.

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