Trey Yingst Biography and Wiki
Trey Yingst is an American journalist who is currently working as a foreign correspondent for Fox News. Presently, he is based in Jerusalem, Israel. Previously, he worked OAN as a Chief Washington correspondent.
Trey Yingst Age and Birthday
Trey was born on September 10, 1993, in Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States. He is 30 years old as of 2023. His birth sign is Virgo. Yingst turns 31 years old on September 10, 2024
Trey Yingst Height
The journalist stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall.
Trey enrolled at Central Dauphin High School where he completed his high school studies. Later, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from American University.
From here, he joined the American University School of Communication and received a BA in Broadcast Journalism in 2016.
Trey Yingst Family, Parents, and Siblings
Trey’s parents are Jed Yingst (father) and Debbie Lee Yingst (mother). His mother underwent a Kidney transplant. He grew up along with his twin sister Aly Yingst. Aly is an expedition guide, anthropologist, Scuba Instructor, and freelance writer. She is also a Ph.D. student at the University of Iceland.
Trey Yingst Wife, Is He Married?
In regards to his marital entanglements, it is not known whether the famed foreign correspondent is married or is in any relationship. It is also not known whether he has any children or not. Nonetheless, we are keeping tabs and we will be updated you soon.
Trey Yingst Salary
According to Fox estimates, Yingst receives an average ranging from $31,300 to $145,000. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Trey Yingst Net Worth
Yingst has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.) as of 2022. This amount is from his career as a journalist among other investments.
Trey Yingst Fox News
Yingst is currently working as a foreign correspondent for Fox News. Presently, he is based in Jerusalem, Israel. Most recently, he did a report coverage of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Qatar and Afghanistan.
Previously, he worked at OAN as a Chief Washington correspondent. While there, he reported about the start of the Trump administration. It is known that he was the first reporter to report the indictment announcement of 13 Russian nationals.
Citing his work, Trey was named by Mediaite as a correspondent with a “tendency to ask the major questions of the day.” Before this, he contributed to BBC News’ multiple breaking news events and has made national headlines for his coverage.
In addition, he co-founded News2Share and has often contributed to Canada’s CTV News. Citing his work, he was named in the 2019 edition of Forbes 30 Under 30 media list. He was a member of the National Press Club, the White House Correspondents Association, and the Kappa Tau Alpha journalism honor society.