Susan Andrews – Everything to Know About Tucker Carlson’s Wife

Susan Andrews is living proof of what many will call “blessed by association.” She came into the limelight following her marriage to famous Fox News host, Tucker Carlson. While they may have been married for well over 16 years now, their stint together dates back to their high school days. So far, they’ve been friends for over twenty-five years. Famous for their “unusually” long time together, the couple continues to stand as a strong symbol of marital hope for up and coming high school lovebirds.

While Carlson seems to be enjoying all the visibility, people are beginning to dig deeper to know about the woman in his life. If you’re one of those, then your search finally paid off. Sit back and relax as we turn the spotlight on Susan Andrews and everything to know about this amazing mother of four.

Susan Andrews’ Bio

Susan Andrews was born in 1969. Details of her early life and family have not surfaced on any public media, yet. However, we do know that Rev. George E. Andrews II who was investigated in 2016 over allegations of not reporting a teacher accused of sexual assault is her father. The Rev. was the headmaster of St. George’s School from 1984 to 1988. And moved to Boca Raton, Florida, the following year. While there, he served as headmaster at the St. Andrew’s School. Andrews retired in 2007 and now runs the firm; G.E. Andrews & Associates. The Florida-based firm helps to match schools with Episcopal Chaplains.

We also know that Susan Andrews and Tucker Carlson attended the same high school presided over by her father, The Rev. It was at St. George’s School that the then 15-year olds met and fell in love. Quite some guts to date the principal’s daughter.


While it’s not so clear what Susan Andrews does for a living, we know that she sits over the board of St. Andrew’s School; the same school where her father once served as principal. Other records reveal that she has previously worked for organizations like St. Patrick, FCPS and At Your Service Hospitality Management LLC. Her husband, Tucker Carlson, on the other hand, works as a news anchor, commentator and columnist. However, Carlson is best known as a conservative political commentator for Fox News and was recently picked to take over Megyn Kelly’s 9 p.m. ET time slot on Fox News.

Susan Andrews’ Net Worth

It is not clear how much Susan Andrews currently earns or how much she is worth. What we do know, however, are details of her husband’s earnings and net worth. Having worked with big names like CNN and MSNBC, the New York Times Magazine, The Weekly Standard, Esquire, The New Republic, and The Daily Beast, Tucker Carlson has distinguished himself as an ace journalist and media personality. He also co-founded and served as editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller and hosts the weekend program, Fox & Friends. As at the time of this writing, Tucker earns an annual pay of $500,000 and has an estimated net worth of $8 million; making him one of the richest TV personalities in the US.

Her Life As Tucker Carlson’s Wife

As high school sweethearts, Susan Andrews and Tucker Carlson’s love story dates back to when they were just fifteen-year-olds. Their enduring love story only adds to the layers of proof that high school love could be real love and not youthful infatuation. Fast forward twenty-five later, Carlson never minces words in saying how great a wife Susan has been. Tucker Carlson has even referred to his wife as the cutest tenth grader in America; while Susan saw him as someone who seemed optimistic and positive.

After a long time of dating, the two finally formalized their union in a wedding ceremony in the year 1991. This only happened after Carlson asked for her father’s permission only six months before his graduation from Trinity College. So far, their union hasn’t been the subject of bad publicity for divorce or infidelity. Their union has produced four children. Three daughters who they christened Dorothy, Lillie and Hopie and a son, Buckley. Together with their four children, the couple lives in District Kent neighbourhood, Washington D.C.