Peter Doocy Biography
(American Journalist and a White House Correspondent for 'Fox News')
Birthday: July 21, 1987 (Cancer)
Born In: Washington, D.C., United States
Peter Doocy is an American general assignment reporter for 'Fox News.' He is the son of famous 'Fox News' anchor Steve Doocy. Even though his parents initially did not want him to become a news anchor like Steve, it all changed after an incident during Chris Matthews’s 'Hardball College Tour.' Peter rose to prominence for asking John McCain about Hillary Clinton’s drinking habits, at the event. The incident convinced Peter’s parents that news reporting was the best career choice for him. Steve and Peter have now been working together at 'Fox' for nearly a decade. Theirs is one of the few father–son duos on TV today. Peter started working with the channel as an intern when he was in college. Soon after his graduation, he joined 'Fox' officially. Peter has reported several important events, natural calamities, and presidential campaigns. He now regularly reports from ‘Capitol Hill’ and the ‘White House.’ the Washington-based correspondent’s most notable report has been ‘Fox’s 2014 documentary 'The Man Who Killed Osama Bin Laden.' The segment he hosted was regarded as one the highest-rated documentaries in the channel’s history.