Martha Maccallum’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

Martha Maccallum Height Weight Body Measurements


Martha Maccallum has a dazzlingly shaped body. Below are all her body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!

Martha was born on January 31, 1964 in Wyckoff, New Jersey. She started her career in Corporate Finance magazine. Later, MacCallum was a reporter on CNBC’s Morning Call. She’s currently an anchor on Fox News Channel. MacCallum is married to Daniel John Gregory. They are both Roman Catholic and have three kids.

Martha MacCallum got into a romantic relationship with Dan Gregory. The couple dated for a while before they were both ready to get into a more stable affair that is marriage. The couple got married in 1992, 22nd August. After their marriage, the two have been blessed and have welcomed two adorable baby boys and a lovely girl. Currently, the whole family resides in Summit, New Jersey.

Martha Maccallum Height Measurements Age
Martha Maccallum is enjoying herself while displaying her marvelous body.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Martha Maccallum’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size:6
Breasts-Waist-Hips:36-24-36 inches (91-61-91 cm)
Shoe size:8
Bra size:34B
Cup size:B
Height:5 Feet 4 Inches (163 cm)
Weight:143 lbs (65 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
Net Worth:$8 Million


Our relationship with presidents is often like that of a teenager and parent. He’s our leader, but sometimes we rail against his decisions for us. We push back at times to make sure he knows who’s boss.

Martha Maccallum

I like to do a little bit of exercise in the morning. I try to do, like, 20 to 25 push-ups in the morning, just to kind of get the blood flowing.

Martha Maccallum

A society where divisiveness leads to crassness that seems to feel it’s justified by political bent. Is that really who we want to be? Is that what our nation was built on?

Martha Maccallum

I don’t look at life in terms of checking the boxes, making sure you have enough women here and enough men there.

Martha Maccallum

People choose their modes of information in much more tunneled ways. I think cable news contributes for sure. I think President Trump contributes.

Martha Maccallum