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Abby Huntsman Net Worth

Abby Huntsman net worth
Net Worth$25,000,000
Full NameAbby Huntsman
Date of Birth/AgeMay 1, 1986 (age 32)
Source of wealthTelevision Personality, Journalist, Co-Host on The View
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Last Updated2019

Net worth

Abby Huntsman net worth is 25 million dollars.

While Abby’s grandfather had a net worth of 3 billion dollars when he died, he donated all of it to charity. However, Abby inherited her grandfather’s hard work ethic, perseverance and ability to overcome obstacles.

Her TV career started when she was 16 years old and working behind the stage of Good Morning America, assisting with entry-level support, getting coffee and learning the ropes of the industry.


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Today, at 33 years old, she is one of the highest paid newscasters on TV. Because of her passion for journalism, Abby has been able to rise through the ranks.

Since her start at The View in 2018 for season 22, she has co-hosted many great interviews.

However, her most notable solo interview in 2018 was her ABC interview with Ivanka Trump where she asked the Advisor to the President about her role in the administration, choosing to stay quiet amidst the MeToo criticism, her impact on President Trump’s board security and separation of families, her business deals during the campaign and more.

Abby has an annual salary of 3 million dollars. Her husband, Bruce Livingston is a business analyst and investment banker with a net worth of 2 million dollars.

He started his career at McKinsey and Company and has been a principal at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) since 2012.

In addition, he works for KKR’s New Jersey and Beijing branches, handling their private equities.


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Abigail (Abby) Haight Huntsman is a TV personality and reporter who is currently a co-host on ABC’s The View.

Her role on the show is representing the views of a moderate conservative. Before landing this highly coveted position, she was a general assignment reporter for Fox News and a co-host of Fox and Friends.

In addition to being in front of the camera, she worked behind the scenes in production for networks, such as MSNBC and HuffPost Live.

Early Life

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Abby Huntsman was one of the seven children, including an adopted sister from China as well as an adopted sister from India.

Her mother is Mary Kaye Huntsman and her father is a former governor and current Ambassador of the United States to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. While born on the east coast, Abby spent a lot of her childhood in Salt Lake City, Utah in addition to Singapore, Taiwan, and Beijing.

When she was seven, her parents recognized her passion for theatre and enrolled her in drama classes.

Shortly after, she joined the cast of “A Christmas Carol.” Abby moved approximately 14 times and went to four different high schools as a teenager.


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Personal Life

College was a great learning experience for the aspiring journalist. As she attended school, she interned for Diane Sawyer.

She was extremely impressed by her poise and confidence on and off screen and looked at her as a role model for who she wanted to become professionally.

Abby graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in Philosophy, Economics and Politics in 2008 and married her college sweetheart two years later.

They wed in a traditional wedding ceremony in the summer of 2010 at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

The couple had their first, Isabel Grace in November 2017. A year later, Abby announced that they are expecting twins. Abby identifies as Christian.

She left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because of her support for LGBT rights.


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Abby has been working to achieve her journalist and media aspirations since high school. Her hard work paid off as she was listed as number 26 on the Forbes 30 under 30 as an up and coming member of the media in 2013.

Later, she joined MSNBC’s The Cycle. Prior to joining the network, Abby worked on her father’s presidential campaign in 2012.

At present, Abby Huntsman net worth reached $25,000,000.

She also held a position at Burson-Marseteller, an international public relations firm. Abby has worked as a political commentator as well as a producer for HuffPost Live.

Additionally, she was a frequent guest on CNN and was a general assignment reporter at Fox News.

In 2018, she joined ABC’s The View alongside Whoopi, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Meghan McCain.


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Interesting Facts

  • Abby failed her driving test three times until finally passing.
  • She won the state championship twice in high school for tennis but no longer can play well.
  • Two of her brothers serve in the U.S. Navy.
  • Her father ran for President of the United States in 2012.
  • She and her sister released parody videos of their father during his presidential campaign run.
  • She is best friends with co-host Megan McCain, daughter of the late Senator John McCain.


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A millennial, Abby utilizes her platform on social media in a positive manner. She currently has approximately 105.7k followers on Instagram, 151k+ Twitter followers and 20k+ followers on Facebook and continues to be an open book about her life with her fans, sharing personal family anecdotes and tips on success.

While she has been praised for her journalistic skills, she was held under scrutiny as a result of a 2017 interview as she co-hosted and produced HuffPost Live.

Abby was widely criticized for moderating an emotional exchange on race and confederate statues between Republican political analyst Gianno Caldwell and Democratic political analyst Wendy Osefo, regarding the status of Confederate statues across the nation.

She was called “tone deaf” as she tried to position the conversation as a debate, while both sides shared a similar view on the issue and expressed great emotion behind their shared perspective.


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Favorite Quotes from Abby Huntsman

Abby believes in being authentic and believing in yourself. She recently has shared this advice about being successful on the air:

“You can only be your best self. When I initially got on the air, I would look around me and watch people that I thought were really good and try to be like they were. And I got to a point where I realized, “I can’t be them.” I can only be the best that Abby can be. And as long as I’m myself and I’m genuine and I’m real, then I think that’s all you can do.”

Tips for Success from Abby Huntsman

Believe in your talent, follow your passion, and you will figure out the rest.

Work hard and stay focused on your dreams.