How Many Fox News Personalities Can You Name From an Image?

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By: Gavin Thagard

7 Min Quiz

Image: Wiki Commons by Gage Skidmore

About This Quiz

That alarm clock sounds, and it's time to get ready for the day. Whether you're watching from the kitchen, the bedroom or the bathroom, you might have "Fox & Friends" or its pre-show, "Fox & Friends First," turned on where you get the latest stories from some of the biggest names on the network. Keep the network on for the rest of the day, and you'll come across the other huge personalities who lend their voices to shows like "Outnumbered," "The Daily Briefing" and "The Five."

Some of these personalities on Fox News have defined the network since it launched in 1996, while others signed on in the past decade after starting their careers with other news outlets. No matter their role or tenure with Fox News, every pundit provides coverage and opinions that are unique to their personalities and viewpoints, but that also stick to Fox's goals as a network.

Are you prepared to find out how well you know the biggest personalities across Fox News? Whether they are anchors or news correspondents, this quiz covers them all. If you think you can identify them, prove it by getting a high score on this Fox News personalities quiz.

Debates get heated each night of the week on the show that features which host shown here?

Tucker Carlson has been the host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight" since it kicked off in 2016. Prior to joining Fox News, Carlson hosted programs on other networks, like "Crossfire" on CNN and "Tucker" on MSNBC.

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This Fox News personality likes to give her own angle on news throughout the week. Who is she?

"The Ingraham Angle," led by Laura Ingraham, made its premiere on the Fox News Channel in 2017, quickly becoming one of Fox's most popular programs. The show, which runs for 60 minutes, gives Ingraham the chance to interview guests on current topics in the world of news.

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Can you identify this Fox News personality who is one of the most recognized voices on the network?

Aside from his role as the host of his own show on Fox News, Sean Hannity also has his own talk radio show called "The Sean Hannity Show." The radio show runs throughout the week on Premiere Networks.

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Do you recognize this former judge and prosecutor who lends her experience in the legal realm to Fox News?

After getting her start in the legal world, Jeanine Pirro started a crusade to protect victims of violent crime, founding one of the first domestic violence units in the nation. In her efforts, Pirro was known for going after abusers, regardless of the circumstances.

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Each Sunday, you can find which anchor depicted in this image discussing public affairs?

While attending Harvard in 1969, Chris Wallace covered a student protest against the Vietnam War, which was common across the country at the time. Police were called in to get rid of the protestors, and in the ensuing events, Wallace was accidentally arrested despite being a reporter covering the event.

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Fox News relies on this analyst for most of its major political coverage. Who is he?

With a career dating back decades, Brit Hume had one of his greatest on-air runs as the anchor of "Special Report," a position in which he served for 10 years. During this time, his show was one of the highest-rated when it came to political coverage, as he covered both the Clinton and Bush administrations.

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Select the correct name of this correspondent who has been covering stories for Fox News since 2001.

After leaving his career as a lawyer, Geraldo Rivera turned to journalism in the '70s, when he started working as a reporter for WABC-TV in New York. One of the biggest stories he covered during his early career was an investigation into the horrendous conditions at the Willowbrook State School for the Mentally Ill, which resulted in the school being closed down.

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Can you identify this Fox News personality who has covered some of the biggest events since joining the network?

When she's not on the Fox News Channel, Laura Ingle can be found providing her voice to Fox News Radio. In fact, she played a significant role as the co-anchor on Fox News Radio's live coverage of Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017.

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An anchor whose tenure with Fox News dates back to the '90s, who is this?

Bret Baier has been a leading anchor in Fox News' coverage of several elections dating back to the 2012 campaign. He was an anchor for the GOP debate in Cleveland in 2016, which was one of the most watched debates in television history.

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Are you familiar with this Fox News personality who tackles a variety of topics on "Fox & Friends" each morning?

While working at the local CBS station in Columbia, South Carolina, WLTX-News 19, Ainsley Earhardt was voted "Best Personality of the Year" by Columbia Metropolitan Magazine. During her time with the station, she was also given a South Carolina Star Award for breaking several important news stories.

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How well do you know this anchor who previously tracked Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House?

Prior to joining Fox News, Martha MacCallum worked for NBC as an anchor on shows like "Morning Call with Martha MacCallum and Ted David" and "Checkpoint." During her time with NBC, she was twice given the American Women in Radio and Television award.

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Can you identify this former teacher turned television personality?

In 2018, Jedediah Bila published the second book of her professional career, "#DONOTDISTURB: How I Ghosted My Cell Phone to Take Back My Life." The book accounts how technology addiction had taken over her life and her desire to fight back.

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When it comes to business, no one on Fox News is more tuned in than which television personality shown here?

In 2016, in the middle of the election cycle, Neil Cavuto had to undergo triple-bypass surgery. However, his health troubles didn't slow him down, as he returned to Fox News a few months later to host three shows on the network.

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What's the name of this newscaster who has multiple Emmy awards on her resume?

The daughter of a career military father, Harris Faulkner discussed her experiences growing up in her book, "9 Rules of Engagement: A Military Brat's Guide to Life and Success." The lessons in the book were popular enough that it became a national bestseller.

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This voice for Fox News can be found on television and on the radio. Who is he?

Getting his start as a sports reporter with Fox News in 1997, Brian Kilmeade still provides sports coverage as a co-host on "Fox & Friends." He has carried out interviews with some of the biggest names in sports, including Drew Brees and Mike Tyson.

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Select the name of this author who brings her love of literature to Fox Nation while also serving as a host on Fox News.

Though she now serves as an anchor for Fox News, Dana Perino once worked for the Bush administration. During her time under Bush, she was named the White House Press Secretary, becoming the first woman to serve in this position in a Republican administration.

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Known for his interviews with elected officials, is this Fox News personality familiar to you?

Ed Henry had perhaps the most important interview of his career with Scott Pruitt, the former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, during which he probed Pruitt about some of the scandals that eventually led to Pruitt's resignation from the EPA. Henry was honored with the White House Correspondents' Association Merriman Smith Award for the interview.

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Can you identify this Fox News contributor who isn't afraid to dive into scandals to uncover hidden information?

A reporter always willing to dive into White House scandals, Katie Pavlich authored the book, "Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-Up." After it was published, it became a New York Times Best Seller.

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Do you know this Fox News host who has covered every presidential election since he joined the network in 1996?

Steve Doocy has a long career in television, during which he has earned 11 local Emmy Awards for feature coverage. His work as a feature reporter was also honored with an Associated Press Feature Reporter of the Year Award.

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All of the major headlines from each day are covered by which news anchor depicted in this image?

Before starting her career in journalism, Sandra Smith attended Louisiana State University, where she ran NCAA Division I Cross Country and Track & Field. Her top events were the 1,500 meters and 3,000 meter steeplechase.

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An investigative journalist turned political analyst, who is this?

Juan Williams' life started in Colon, Panama, before his family moved to Brooklyn, New York, when he was 4 years old. He took school seriously as a child and went to Haverford College, earning a B.A. in philosophy in 1976.

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Are you familiar with this Fox News personality who served in several groundbreaking roles on other networks before joining Fox?

Starting in 2002, Arthel Neville worked for Fox News' rival, CNN, where she hosted her own show, "TalkBack Live with Arthel Neville." Her role on CNN made her the first African American woman to host her own show on the network.

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From the 2018 midterms to Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladmir Putin, this anchor has covered some of the biggest events in modern U.S. history. What's his name?

After Shepard Smith left Fox News in 2016, Bill Hemmer stepped in to take his place on the afternoon program. When Hemmer took on this role, the show was renamed "Bill Hemmer Reports."

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How well do you know this host who got her start in small markets in North Carolina and Georgia before joining Fox News Channel?

As the host of "Fox & Friends First," Heather Childers has to be on the air by 4 a.m each day. She has been getting up early for the show since she helped launch it in 2012, though it originally aired at 5 a.m.

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Anyone who is interested in exploring American society and culture should tune in to which host shown here on weekends?

In 2014, Mark Levin was given the very first Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award by Citizens United. The award honored his relentless desire to stand up for the conservative voices he thought had become marginalized.

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Have you seen this Fox News personality whose influence has spread beyond the network to social media platforms like Facebook?

Even while in school as a broadcast journalism and political science major at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Tomi Lahren hosted her own show, known as "The Scramble." The show displayed her commitment to the craft, as she not only hosted but produced it as well.

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Do you recognize this Fox News contributor whose role in founding Echelon Insights helped to earn her a place on the network?

Kristen Soltis Anderson is a relatively new member of the Fox family, joining the network in 2019. She uses her experience in political science, for which she earned a degree, to serve as a contributor on several programs throughout the day.

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Typically the first person to break a huge story, is this Fox News correspondent familiar to you?

Always following a potential story, Trace Gallagher played an important role in revealing information on several stories in recent years. Those stories include the college admissions scandal that swept the nation in 2019, where wealthy parents bribed college officials into admitting their children into several top universities.

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What's the name of this network contributor who has been delivering political commentary on Fox News since 2016?

Before she became an important contributor on Fox News, Lisa Boothe worked for representatives in both branches of Congress. In this position, she led communication efforts for politicians like Sandy Adams and Mark Meadows.

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This Fox News personality is also a columnist for the Wall Street Journal. Can you name him?

Karl Rove was a key figure in George W. Bush's rise to the presidency in 2000. He signed on as an adviser to Bush in 1993 and helped him run for governor of Texas in 1994, sticking with Bush all the way through 2007.

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Any news coming from Los Angeles is usually delivered by which Fox News personality shown here?

On her mother's side, Anita Vogel's family survived the Armenian genocide under the Ottoman Empire at the start of the 20th century, during which Islamic forces killed Christian men and forced the women and children to convert to Islam or leave the country.

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Are you familiar with this host who always delivers the news with a comedic twist?

Rest assured, no one is safe when it comes to Greg Gutfeld's satirical approach to the news. He brings that approach to "The Greg Gutfeld Show," where he parodies the most recent events to hit the news.

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How well do you know this Fox News contributor who holds a Ph.D. in political science and government?

Aside from her job as a contributor at Fox News, Jessica Tarlov is also the Senior Director of Research and Consumer Insights for Bustle Digital Group. The company runs websites like Bustle.com, Romper.com and Elitedaily.com.

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If you're looking for health-related news, look to this news personality to give it to you. Who is he?

Dr. Manny Alvarez's role as Senior Managing Editor for Health News is only part of what defines his illustrious career. Alvarez is also the chairman for Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at Hackensack University Medical Center and an adjunct professor at New York University School of Medicine.

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There's always crucial news coming out of New York, and which correspondent depicted here is responsible for getting it to you?

Joining Fox News in 2005, one of the first big stories Julie Banderas covered was Hurricane Dennis that same year. Hurricane Dennis was the first major hurricane of the 2005 season and had broken records for its strength before being surpassed later that year.

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A regular contributor on "The Ingraham Angle," is this a Fox News personality you're familiar with?

A speciality of Raymond Arroyo's career is his coverage of live papal events, as he's covered more of these events than anyone else in the profession. He is the only person to engage in an English interview with Pope Benedict XVI.

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A longtime Fox News host who helped start Fox Business Network, who is this?

When David Asman served as the co-anchor of Fox News show "After the Bell," it was ranked No. 1 in its time slot, which was weekdays at 4 p.m. He also anchored "Fox News Live" and "Forbes on Fox."

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Do you know this meteorologist who delivers the weather as well as anyone on television?

While working as a meteorologist for Fox News, Janice Dean has covered major storms like Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Sandy. She used her experience at forecasting to write a series of children books featuring "Freddy the Frogcaster."

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What's the name of this veteran contributor for Fox News?

Fred Barnes is one of the personalities who has been with Fox News since it launched in 1996. Though he now serves as a contributor, he once hosted shows like "The Beltway Boys" and "Mort Kondracke."

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If you're up late, you'll probably catch which news anchor shown here on Fox New?

Shannon Bream found a crafty way to use her name when she started as the host of "Livin' the Bream." The podcast, which airs on Fox News Radio, gives her the opportunity to share personal stories of inspiration.

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