Martha MacCallum Measurements Bra Size Height Weight

Martha MacCallum’s breasts can be described as average sized. Are they real or are they breast implants? Find out down below!

Biography - A Short Wiki

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.

Her prowess at Fox News earns her an impressive annual income of $7 million, a true reflection of her invaluable role at the network. Additionally, she stands to gain a substantial $1 million bonus, dependent on the television ratings of her programs.

MacCallum is married to Daniel John Gregory. They are both Roman Catholic and have three kids. They met at a wedding, Gregory’s bold invitation to dance sparking their enduring romance, culminating in their ’92 wedding at St. Elizabeth Church in Wyckoff, New Jersey.

Born in 1963 in New Jersey, Daniel John Gregory studied business management at Villanova University. Although known as MacCallum’s spouse, he’s VP of Gregory Packaging, a family legacy in Newark, NJ.

Martha MacCallum With Husband Daniel John Gregory
Toast!: Martha MacCallum together with her husband Daniel John Gregory. What a couple!

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements and statistics of Martha MacCallum, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Martha MacCallum, known for her hourglass figure, wears a dress size 6 and measures 36-24-36 inches. She stands at 5’4” tall, with a US shoe size of 8 and a natural 34B bra size. Weighing 143 lbs, her curves are natural and stunning.

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


"I think when I was in college I thought that, you know, like, sort of giving everyone an equal amount and spreading it around seems like a wonderful idea."

Martha MacCallum

"I worked at CNBC for several years."

Martha MacCallum

"The words used to describe the heroes of D-Day are not the current lexicon we tend to use for success. Humble, selfless, brave. Those are not words we attach in 2019 to superstars."

Martha MacCallum

"Death has a way of making us all stop and think about life."

Martha MacCallum

"There's a big battle going on in the country in regards to capitalism and socialism, and it's a debate that deserves attention."

Martha MacCallum