Presenting the stories on his own style and skills is what that makes Trace Gallagher different from other journalists. Prominent as a news anchor for Fox News Channel, Trace has been successfully inclining his career to the height of success.

At the age of 57, the television news anchor has been balancing his professional career and family life. Let’s dive into the bio below to find more about his life behind the cameras.

Who is Trace Gallagher’s Wife? Blessed With Daughters

Trace is not just known for digging out and presenting the in-depth stories but is also known for his secluded personal life. However, we have come to know that he is married to Tracy Holmes Gallagher and is blessed with two daughters. His Instagram handle is filled with several pictures with his wife and daughters, Evy, and Hayden.

Trace Gallagher poses with his wife and daughters in the picture shared on 24 November 2018. (Photo Credit: Instagram)

His daughters are also blessed with a good voice and can be seen singing in an Instagram video posted on 4 March 2019. Well, Trace always dreamed of being surrounded by beautiful girls, and now, he is surrounded by three lovely ladies of his life. He even celebrated his 57th birthday being surrounded by his wife and daughters on 9 September 2018.

Trace’s Salary, Net Worth & Career

Being one of the veteran journalists, Trace is receiving a hefty salary from his profession. As per Payscale, an average salary for an employee in Fox News Channel is $66k. Similarly, it reports that an anchor in the news channel assembles $68,143 as an average salary. Their payroll ranges from $34k-159k.

Since Trace has been involved in Fox News Channel since a long time, he has undoubtedly accumulated more than the average salary. Although the accurate figure of his net worth is something very mysterious, it is believed to be in millions.

At the beginning of the professional career, Trace worked at WCPX (now WKMG) in Orlando, Florida. He also worked at KTVB in Boise, Idaho, KYEL (now KSWT) in Arizona, and KVBC (now KSNV) in Las Vegas, Nevada. He then joined Fox News Channel and is known for anchoring its American news and talk program, The Live Desk. Apart from that, he is also famous for reporting the 2004 Southeast Asian tsunami and the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

Talking about Trace’s education, he graduated from high school in 1979. Before graduation, he was the quarterback for the Mammoth Huskie football team. He then joined the University of San Diego from where he played quarterback for the Torrero football team and graduated in Business. Trace was born in San Diego, California and was raised in the ski resort of Mammoth Lakes, California.