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Steve Doocy

Emmy Award-Winning Co-Host of Fox & Friends


  • Balancing Career and Family with Humor
  • My Career in Broadcasting
  • Master of Ceremonies for Any Occasion


New York

Part co-host, part weatherman, and part class clown, Steve Doocy co-anchors Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends – the number one morning show on cable news. Doocy can be seen on Fox & Friends weekdays from 6 to 9 AM/EST, along with co-hosts Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade.

Doocy has received 11 local Emmy Awards for various feature stories as well as the Associated Press’ Featured Reporter of the Year Award. During his career, he has interviewed the likes of Henry Kissenger, Captain Kangaroo, Charlton Heston, Eugene McCarthy, Elmo, and Richard Simmons (who broke Doocy's nose on air). However, Doocy’s favorite interview is with his son Peter when he was just two-years-old. A man who does not understand fear or cowardness, Doocy’s on-air antics are both endless and priceless. 

Doocy’s youthful charisma and over-flowing energy allow him to balance the crazy schedule required of a morning show anchor and the responsibilities of both a husband and father of three. Doocy recently penned a tongue-and-cheek guide to love, marriage and parenting, the New York Times best-selling The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook: Everything I Know About Love and Marriage (with corrections by Mrs. Doocy). In it he covers important life experiences in a way that’s uniquely Steve. He is about as close as one can get to a real Mr. Happy. In his new book, Tales from the Dad Side: Misadventures in Fatherhood Doocy takes another stab at familal advice with his lively and illuminating account of fatherhood. A father himself, he will give all fathers and sons answers to the questions they’ve faced for millenia. Through a humorous look at the pitfalls of parenthood, Doocy shows parents that even during moments of great frustration they are not alone.

In addition to his Fox & Friends and family duties, Doocy also finds time to regularly volunteer at a New Jersey homeless shelter, as well as staying actively involved with The March of Dimes and the American Heart Association. A graduate of the University of Kansas, Doocy lives outside New York City with his wife Kathy and their three children.