NEIL Cavuto serves as senior vice president, anchor and managing editor of business news for both the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.
Cavuto, 62, joined Fox News in 1996 and has covered some of the biggest stories, including the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Who is Neil Cavuto's wife Mary Fulling?
Cavuto has been married to his wife Mary Fulling since October 1983.
The couple has three children together, their daughter Tara, 22, and their two adopted sons Jeremy, 5, and Bradley, 6.
Fulling met her husband while they were students at St Bonaventure University while working at the school newspaper.
Cavuto has praised his wife for all of her support throughout his health issues over the years.
The Fox journalist battled Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 1987 when his daughter was a toddler.
Cavuto was also diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
In 2005, Cavuto explained to the Chicago Tribune how Fulling’s positive attitude has helped him manage the disease from a mental standpoint.
"We just try to keep–not a good sense of humor; you can’t be funny about this sort of stuff–but I tend to joke about stuff.
"I joke with her that I use the illness to get out of putting out the garbage or doing jobs at home," he added.
"Then she’ll say, “No, you can still wheel the garbage to the front of the house.” She has a good attitude about it, and I need that."
In 2002, Fulling explained to PEOPLE that her husband's health issues have made him even more determined to keep moving, in both his personal life and at work.
Fulling said Cavuto was not the type of person to relax. “Neil is 100 percent the opposite of that. If anything, he goes in to work more now.”
What has Neil Cavuto said about his work-life balance?
In a 2015 interview with NJ.com, Cavuto acknowledged that his busy work schedule made balance a struggle.
"I haven’t met a mother or father who hasn’t wrestled with this issue of balancing home and work," he told the outlet.
"Even the most hard-charging executive – male or female – doesn’t wince at missing a child’s game or recital. I’ve missed more than a few such events over the years with my daughter and sons.
"That’s why I make doubly sure to call and check how that game went. I’ve also discovered technology can be a wonderful thing.
"Between Skype and Apple Face Time, I always can connect with the family while on the road or on assignment," he added.
"I know it’s cliche to say it’s quality time over quantity of time, but I’d be the first to admit, there’s no substitute to physically being there.
"Still, I also think kids are as perceptive as adults. When they see you’re making the effort, they see you’re still trying to make a difference."
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What is Neil Cavuto's net worth?
Cavuto has a reported $23million net worth, accoridng to Celebrity Net Worth.
The outlet reports that Cavuto makes a $7million salary from his work on the Fox network.