Shannon Bream, full name Shannon Noelle Bream is an American journalist, anchor and lawyer who works with the Fox Entertainment Group. She was born December 23, 1970, in Tallahassee, Florida, United States of America.

She had her primary education in her birth town. She had her college education at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. During her time there, she participated in several beauty pageants upon which she won one, the pageant title Miss Virginia in 1990.

She graduated from Liberty University with a degree in business management in 1993. She later entered Law school at the Florida State University where she again took part in two beauty pageants that earned her scholarship awards that were enough to pay for her law school education.

Shannon got married to Sheldon Bream in 1995. A year after her marriage, she graduated from Law school with a Doctor of Law(JD) degree with honours from the Florida State University College of Law.

After graduating, Shannon began her career as a lawyer specializing in race discrimination and sexual harassment but somewhere in 2001, she switched from law to pursue journalism. In 2017, she became the host of the program, Fox News @Night, an American current affairs program on Fox News.

Shannon Bream Parents: Meet Ed DePuy and Marie Norris

Shannon Bream’s parents are Ed DePuy, a former Leon County Commissioner and Marie Norris, a former teacher. She is the only daughter of ‎her parents.


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