Chris Wallace


Award-Winning Veteran Journalist & Host of FOX News Sunday

Currently the host of FOX News Sunday, political speaker Chris Wallace has established himself as a reliable media presence, an incisive interviewer, and a leading authority on presidential history and election politics. He has been called an "equal opportunity inquisitor" by The Boston Globe, "sharp-edged" and "solid" by The Washington Post, and quite simply, "one of the best journalists of his generation," by American historian Michael Beschloss.

In addition to anchoring his Sunday morning public affairs program on FOX, where he commands interviews with top White House officials and political candidates, Wallace also contributes to the channel's "America's Election HQ" coverage. Before coming to FOX, Wallace served as a journalist for ABC News, a senior correspondent for "PrimeTime" and "20/20", and a White House correspondent and anchor on NBC News' premier Sunday talk show, "Meet the Press". Wallace has won every major broadcast news award including three Emmy Awards, the Dupont-Columbia Silver Baton, and the Peabody Award. In 2012, the National Press Foundation honored Wallace with the Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism. A best-selling author, Wallace details the tradition of leadership in America's presidency in Character: Profiles in Presidential Courage.

A seasoned political journalist and authoritative speaker, Wallace offers his expertise and insights into current national and political affairs drawn from his prolific career interviewing numerous world leaders, politicians, celebrities, and athletes. He gives audiences a rare perspective on how an investigative reporter operates, while delivering eye-opening takeaways from the world of television news and politics.