Trish Regan

Regan anchored the special prime time edition for Bloomberg TV's coverage of the 2012 presidential campaign season. She has been involved in important documentaries on the U.S. bank collapse and the debt crisis in Europe. She appeared in the famous television show, “Weekend Today Show”. From 2007 to 2011, she hosted the famous program on CNBC called “The Call”. She has covered a series of economic stories on global platforms, such as the recession of 2009.

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In 2010, she was reporting about the European sovereign-debt crisis and in Germany during the G8 summit, she also reported about U.S.–Russia relations. As a news anchorwoman at CNBC, she provided all sorts of economic analysis and reported for the NBC Nightly News, The Today Show and MSNBC. She was the creator and host of CNBC's two most highly rated documentaries in the network's history, which still occasionally air on the network. One of them is an in-depth special on the underground marijuana industry, titled “Marijuana Inc: Inside America's Pot Industry”. It is the most highly-watched CNBC original program to date.

For Regan's documentary work on “Against the Tide: The Battle for New Orleans,” she was nominated for Best Documentary Emmy Award. This program also earned her a Gerald Loeb nomination.

She also reported on Brazil’s challenges and economic boom. She has traveled to Bogotá, Colombia where she interviewed the Colombian President, Álvaro Uribe, to report on emerging market investments.

She reported on the link between piracy and terrorist organizations from Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. This region, known as the Tri-Border, is quite famous for being very dangerous and hazardous. For her reporting on the terror connection between the Tri-Border region and Islamic terrorist groups, she earned an Emmy nomination for Investigative reporting in 2007. Regan has also covered many other prominent national events, including the 2001 Enron scandal, the three major hurricanes to hit the United States Katrina, Rita and Wilma, the 2006 mid-term Congressional elections and the 2006 State of the Union Address.

In 2011, she left CNBC to join Bloomberg Television. While working at Bloomberg, she could be seen on the show, “Street Smart with Trish Regan”. It aired during the close of U.S. Trading. In addition to her large assortment of television appearances, Regan has been a featured, front-page economic columnist for the national American newspaper, USA Today. In December 2013, the readers of the magazine, Business Insider declared Regan to be their top favorite female financial news anchor.

She made it to the “30 Top Irish American’s” list in Media. Regan is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, which is an independent and non-partisan member organization composed of journalists and public figures. Her net worth is $10 million.

Dismissed From Fox Business Network

On March 2020 her program Trish Regan Primetime was abruptly pulled off from the Fox Business Network. In the show, she had expressed concerns that the news about coronavirus was “yet another attempt to impeach the president” and "as a scam" fueled by the enemies of the president, Donald Trump. The network company dismissed her after two weeks following she made such statements about coronavirus on air.


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Quick Facts
Birth Date: 13 Dec, 1972
Age: 47 yrs
Occupations: Journalist
Beauty pageant contestant
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: Hampton
Education: Columbia University
Gender: Female
Description: American television host and author
Twitter Id: Trish_regan
Net Worth 2020: 30 million
Net Worth 2021: 30 million
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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