Carley Noelle Shimkus was born on 7 November 1986 in Long Valley, New Jersey.
She is an American journalist and television show host.
She is a co-host of Fox & Friends First on Fox News.
Shimkus attended high school at West Morris High School and went on to study for a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from Quinnipiac University, Connecticut. While still in college she interned with Fox News in Washington, D.C. She also spent a semester at George Washington University.
Before going to college, Shimkus ventured into modeling but had to set it aside to focus on her education.
Shimkus has Lithuanian roots; both her parents migrated to the United States in the early 1990s.
Carley hosted the 2019 Countdown to the All-American New Year and Fox Nation’s Primetime Highlights.
Carley Shimkus Parents: Edward Shimkus, Zulma Aponte Shimkus
Edward Shimkus and Zulma Aponte Shimkus are the parents of Carley Shimkus.
Edward and Zulma are both immigrants from Lithuania.
They both met on a flight and fell in love.
Zulma was a flight attendant while Edward was a chemist.
They have an older daughter called Margot.