Lauren Dugan Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, FOX 29
April 4, 2022
Lauren Dugan Biography
Lauren Dugan is an American anchor and reporter currently serving for FOX 29 News Philly. In addition, she also joined FOX 29 News in October 2019. Moreover, she has also been nominated for an EMMY (Business/ Consumer News Feature) in 2020.
Lauren Dugan Age – Birthday
Dugan was born on February 24th, 1995, in Flemington, New Jersey, in the United States of America.
Lauren Dugan Height
Dugan stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Lauren Dugan Family
Dugan was raised by her parents in Flemington, Nj, but she has not shared about her family, however, it will be updated.
Lauren Dugan Husband
Dugan has not disclosed her personal private love life, however, it will be updated.
Lauren Dugan Kids
Dugan has disclosed if she has kids or not, however, this information will be updated.
Lauren Dugan Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 90,007.
Lauren Dugan Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million.
Lauren Dugan Education
She attended and also graduated from Villanova University, earning her Master’s and Bachelor’s Degrees in Journalism and Communication.
Lauren Dugan FOX 29 News
Dugan started her career as the first Jr. Reporter at FOX 29 Philadelphia in 2014 on the first Good Day weekend morning newscast, as a Vatican Correspondent.
Dugan’s career as a reporter has enabled her to cover and report on various newscasts and has covered the Philadelphia protests amid George Floyd’s death, covid-19 pandemic, Kobe Bryant HS memorial, plus breaking + local news of the day.
Prior to serving for FOX 29 News, she previously served as a news reporter and multimedia journalist at the sister station, FOX 46 Charlotte in North Carolina.
Moreover, she has been nominated two Emmy, including her “Bomb Squad Robot” feature and for her “Hack Attack” series, investigating when the Charlotte Mecklenburg county government computer servers were hacked and held for ransom by two men overseas.
In addition, she has also served at the
Time Magazine in New York City as a Production Assistant and reported on the historic landing of Solar Impulse II, wrote an article on the 30th anniversary of Chernobyl, and has also edited the video of President Obama’s speeches after mass shootings in the U.S.