Emily Compagno Net Worth is estimated to be $5 Million dollars. As a contributor and Co-host on Fox News, Emily Compagno earned over $0.4 million salary each year. Emily Compagno is an American attorney, TV host, and former National Football League (NFL) cheerleader who currently appears as a contributor on Fox News Channel (FNC). She is a co-host of Outnumbered, and frequently appears on the late-night show Gutfeld!

Emily Compagno Net Worth

Emily Compagno is an American attorney who has a Net Worth of $5 Million dollars. As a contributor and Co-host on Fox News, Emily Compagno earned over $0.4 million salary each year.

Net Worth$5 Million
Assets$2 Million
Loans & Liabilities$470,000
Emily Compagno Net Worth Summary

Emily Compagno Salary

Emily Compagno has signed a three-year deal with Fox News, for an annual salary of $0.4 million dollars. In addition to this fixed salary, Emily Compagno is also eligible for a bonus of $300,000. As a contributor on Fox News, Emily Compagno earned a $10,000 salary per appearance.

Emily Compagno Cars

Emily Compagno has recently bought a Volvo XC90 for $76,000 USD. Emily Compagno also owns a Mercedes-Benz G-Class that cost $170,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by Emily Compagno are listed below.

  • Range Rover Evoque
  • Toyota Vellfire
  • Jaguar XE

Emily Compagno Assets Investments

Emily Compagno’s assets include 3 real estate properties, 4 Cars, and 1 Luxury Yacht. Emily Compagno’s Assets Portfolio also includes Cash Reserves of over $400,000. Emily Compagno also owns an investment portfolio of 9 stocks that are valued at $900,000. A few of the stocks owned by Emily Compagno are listed below.

  • Comcast
  • Wells Fargo
  • Visa
  • Netflix
  • PayPal
  • Salesforce

Exclusive Facts about Emily Compagno

Zodiac SignGemini
Favorite ActorRobert De Niro
Favorite ActressElizabeth Taylor
Favorite ColourYellow
Favorite SportBadminton
Favorite Music ArtistBob Dylan
Favorite Holiday DestinationPortugal

Emily Compagno Biography

Compagno was born in east Oakland’s Oak Knoll Naval Hospital, Oakland California, and raised in El Cerrito, California, the daughter of Katherine (née Bertsch) and John Compagno. Her father is of Italian descent. She has two sisters.


She graduated with a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington where she was awarded the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadet of the Quarter Award. She graduated with a J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2006.

After passing the California bar, she worked as a criminal defense attorney in San Francisco while also serving as captain of the Oakland Raiders cheerleading squad, the Raiderettes.

The NFL selected her as an Ambassador and she promoted the NFL brand in Beijing and Shanghai and was one of five NFL cheerleaders selected by the USO to visit U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Kuwait.

Compagno was a Senior Judge Judicial Extern for John T. Noonan at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She then went on to work as a federal attorney at the Social Security Administration. She has also held legal positions in Cape Town, South Africa, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Date of birthNovember 1979
Age43 years old
BirthplaceOakland, California, United States
Parents Katherine Bertsch, John Compagno
EducationUniversity of San Francisco (2006), USF School of Law, University of Washington

In 2018, Compagno accepted a position at Fox News as a contributor and legal analyst. She served as a semi-regular co-host of the weekday talk show The Five and appears on other FNC programs, such as Gutfeld!, offering opinions or legal analysis on the news of the day.

Compagno took a positive stance regarding the mass firing of 900 Better.com employees during a Zoom videoconference. Speaking on Outnumbered of the decision made by CEO Vishal Garg to execute the layoffs.

On September 13, 2017, she married Pete Riley, whom she met as a teenager and reconnected with on a Seattle sidewalk, at Hotel Villa Cimbrone in Ravello, Italy, on the Amalfi Coast. There were no guests and the wedding photographers, Jos and Tree WoodSmith, described it as an elopement.


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