Sean Duffy Biography
Sean Duffy is an American Politician, Prosecutor, former Sports Commentator, and Reality Television Personality, who works as a Contributor at Fox News. He is a member of the Republican Party. He also served as the U.S. representative for Wisconsin’s 7th congressional district from 2011 to 2019.
Sean Duffy Age
Duffy is 50 years old as of 2021. He was born on October 3, 1971, in Hayward, Wisconsin, United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on the 3rd of October of every year.
Sean Duffy Height
Duffy stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 meters).
Sean Duffy Family
Duffy is the son of Carol Ann (née Yackel) and Thomas Walter Duffy in Hayward, Wisconsin. He has one sibling named Ryan Duffy.
Sean Duffy Wife
Duffy is happily married to the love of his life Rachel Campos, an American television personality and is a fellow alumna of The Real World, and Fox News personality. They married in 1999, and their first home was in Ashland, Wisconsin, where he was the District Attorney at the time. In late 2011, they relocated to Weston, Wisconsin, a suburb of Wausau.
Sean Duffy Children
Duffy and his wife Rachel Campos are blessed with several kids. On October 1, 1999, Campos gave birth to their first child, a daughter called Evita Pilar Duffy. She gave birth to their second child, a son called Xavier Jack Duffy, in November 2001. Lucia-Belen Duffy, the couple’s third child, was born in April 2004. John-Paul Duffy, the couple’s fourth child, was born in 2006.
Paloma Pilar Duffy, their third child, was born on May 18, 2008. On April 1, 2010, the couple welcomed their sixth child, a daughter named Maria Victoria Margarita Duffy. Margarita Pilar Duffy is the name of their fifth child. On May 29, 2016, Campos gave birth to their seventh child a son named Patrick Miguel Duffy at the age of 44.
The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Sean Duffy.
|How old is Sean Duffy?||50 years old|
|How tall is Duffy?||1.8 meters|
|Who is Duffy married to?||Rachel Campos|
|How much money does Sean earn?||$174,000|
|How much is Duffy worth?||$2 Million|
Sean Duffy Baby
After an emergency birth, Duffy and his wife Rachel welcomed their 9th child, Valentina Stella Maris Duffy, on September 30, 2019. The newborn weighed in at 8.5 pounds. The baby had a cardiac abnormality and was born with Down syndrome. Rachel said that her newborn daughter has two holes in her heart and would require surgery before she reaches the age of ten pounds.
Sean Duffy Net Worth
Duffy has an estimated net worth of $2 Million which he has earned through his career as a Politician, Prosecutor, former Sports Commentator, and Reality Television Personality.
Sean Duffy Salary
Duffy earns an annual salary of $174,000.
Sean Duffy Education
Sean studied Marketing at St. Mary’s University and finished with a bachelor’s degree. He subsequently went to William Mitchell College of Law and graduated with a J.D. (Juris Doctor) degree.
Sean Duffy Career
Sean is most known for his roles in MTV’s “The Real World: Boston,” “Road Rules: All-Stars,” and “Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Seasons.” He was also a district attorney in Wisconsin’s Ashland County. He was also a competitor and commentator on ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games in 2003, as well as an ESPN color commentator for televised competitions.
Sean Duffy Real World
In 1997, Duffy starred in the sixth season of MTV’s The Real World: Boston, and in 1998, he appeared on Road Rules: All-Stars, when he met his future wife Rachel. He competed in the Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Seasons in 2002. While he was district attorney, they both featured in a filmed piece in 2008’s The Real World Awards Bash.
Sean Duffy ESPN
Sean has worked as a color commentator for televised sporting events for ESPN. In 2003, he featured on ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games as both a competitor and a commentator. The Badger State Games Honorary Athlete of the 2004 Winter Games was Duffy.
Sean Duffy House of Representatives Wisconsin
Duffy, a Republican, was appointed to the position of district attorney by then-Governor Scott McCallum in 2002. In 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008, he was re-elected without opposition. Duffy took over as district attorney from Michael Gableman, who is currently a justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. For the 2008 presidential election, he was a member of the Republican slate of ten Wisconsin electors.
On July 8, 2009, Sean announced his candidacy for Congress in Wisconsin’s seventh congressional district. Until May 2010, when 15-term Democratic incumbent Representative Dave Obey stated that he would not seek re-election, he was considered an underdog in the campaign. Following Dave’s announcement, Julie Lassa, a Democratic State Senator, entered the contest.
Sean Duffy Congressman
In 2011, Sean voted to repeal the Davis-Bacon Act’s prevailing wage rules for federal construction projects. The 2011 Recovering Excessive Stimulus Expenditures for Taxpayers (RESET) Act was his first piece of legislation. It proposed paying down the federal budget deficit using money left over from Obama’s economic stimulus plan.
Later, this concept was integrated into a spending bill. Duffy has introduced a bill that would prohibit earmarks. When a video from the Polk County Republicans showing a public town hall-style meeting in Sean’s district was picked up by media critics in March 2011, Sean was chastised. Sean was questioned in the video whether he would be ready to cut his own $174,000 pay in the wake of the approval of a controversial state measure that would have effectively frozen public employee compensation.
He stated that he would only do so as part of a broader wave of salary cuts for government employees and that despite his salary being roughly three times the average for Wisconsin citizens, he was “struggling” to make ends meet. On December 22, 2011, Sean and fellow Republican House rookie Rick Crawford (Arkansas) wrote an open letter to Speaker John Boehner, encouraging him to allow the House to vote on the Senate’s two-month tax-cut extension deal.
Sean and Democratic House member Michael Michaud (Maine) submitted a resolution in 2013 calling for the government to take steps to ensure that people have access to both print and electronic information. In October 2015, he was appointed to the Select Investigative Panel on Planned Parenthood. Duffy also backed President Donald Trump’s executive order in 2017 that imposed a temporary ban on residents of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
“President Trump is fulfilling a crusade promise to rethink our visa screening process with the objective of protecting American folks from psychological tyranny,” he said. Sean co-sponsored legislation in January 2017 to repeal the Endangered Species Act’s protection for grey wolves. He claimed that Europe, China, Canada, and Mexico had engaged in “economic terrorism” by imposing retaliatory tariffs on the US in reaction to the Trump administration’s tariffs implemented in July 2018.
Sean Duffy Leaves Congress, Resigns
Sean Duffy announced his departure from Congress in September 2019 on August 26, 2019. Sean’s resignation post on Facebook stated that he is leaving Congress due to family obligations. Due to problems, including a heart ailment, Duffy stated that their ninth child, due in late October, will require even more love, patience, and attention. He went on to say that now was the proper moment for him to step down from public duty in order to focus on his wife, newborn, and other family concerns.
Sean Duffy Fox news
Duffy works at Fox News as a contributor. At the station he works alongside other Fox News anchors who include;
- Jamie Colby
- Byron York
- Trey Yingst
- Kiron Skinner
- Dan Springer
- Karl Rove
- Katie Pavlich
- Nicole Saphier
- Austin Westfall
- Anita Vogel