Sean Duffy Biography: Children, Wife, Age, Net Wort, Height, Wikipedia, Parents

Posted By Johnson Ajiboye

Sean Patrick Duffy is a multifaceted individual with a diverse background in politics, law, sports commentary, and reality television.

He currently co-hosts The Bottom Line on Fox Business and contributes to Fox News.

With his varied experiences and expertise, Duffy brings a unique perspective to his roles in the media industry. 


  • Full Name: Sean Patrick Duffy
  • Stage Name: Sean Duffy
  • Born: October 3, 1971
  • Age: 52 years
  • Birthplace:  Hayward, Wisconsin, USA
  • Nationality: American
  • Occupation: Politician, sports commentator, and former prosecutor.
  • Height: 1.8m
  • Parent: Thomas Walter Duffy, Carol Ann
  • Siblings: Ryan Duffy
  • Spouse: Rachel Campos-Duffy
  • Children: Evita Pilar Duffy, Xavier Jack Duffy, Lucia-Belen Duffy, John-Paul Duffy, Margarita Pilar Duffy 
  • Relationship: Married
  • Net Worth: $3million

Early Life

Born on October 3, 1971, in Hayward, Wisconsin, Sean Duffy is the tenth child of Carol Ann and Thomas Walter Duffy.

Growing up in a large family, Duffy developed a passion for log rolling at the age of five and later excelled in speed climbing by sprinting up 60 and 90-foot poles at just 13 years old.

Despite his busy childhood, Duffy earned a marketing degree from St. Mary’s University and a J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law.

With two speed-climbing titles, Duffy has proven himself a skilled athlete with an impressive educational background.


After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from St. Mary’s College (now St. Mary’s University of Minnesota) in Winona, Minnesota, in 1994, he went on to pursue a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from William Mitchell College of Law (now Mitchell Hamline School of Law) in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1999.

His journey is unique because he funded his legal education by participating in professional lumberjack competitions, where he demonstrated his talents in various disciplines, such as chopping, sawing, axe-throwing, logrolling, and tree climbing.

This unconventional path showcases his dedication and hard work and highlights his diverse skill set beyond the legal field.


Throughout his career, Sean Duffy has made significant contributions in various fields. He dedicated two terms as the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin’s 7th congressional district, focusing on important issues such as financial services, budget, and consumer protection under the Republican Party.

Before his time in Congress, Duffy also served as the District Attorney of Ashland County, Wisconsin, for eight years, where he played a crucial role in investigating and prosecuting child internet sex crimes.

His commitment to public service and upholding justice has impacted the community he has served.

Before his political career, Sean Duffy was known for appearing on MTV reality shows such as “The Real World: Boston” and “Road Rules: All Stars.”

In addition to his television career, Duffy was a successful lumberjack athlete who used competitions and exhibitions to fund his law studies.

During his time in Congress, Duffy served on the House Committee on Financial Services, where he held leadership positions within subcommittees focused on capital markets, oversight, and consumer protection.

His work in Congress revolved around important issues such as financial regulations, healthcare reform, and tax cuts.

Social Media

  • Instagram handle: @repseanduffy
  • Facebook handle: Sean Duffy
  • Twitter handle: @SeanDuffyWI

Personal Life

A devout Roman Catholic, Duffy is married to Rachel Campos-Duffy, a former co-star from The Real World and Fox News personality.

The couple originally lived in Ashland, Wisconsin, while Duffy served as District Attorney before relocating to Weston, a suburb of Wausau, Wisconsin, in late 2011.

This move made it easier for Duffy to commute to Washington, D.C., where he spent a significant portion of his week for work.

Before he resigned from Congress in September 2019, Sean Duffy would travel from his hometown in Wisconsin to Washington, D.C., for his weekly work duties, spending three to four days a week away from his family.

At the time, he and his wife were parents to eight children and were eagerly awaiting the arrival of their ninth child.

However, upon learning that their unborn daughter would face health complications, including a heart condition, Duffy made the difficult decision to step down from his political position.

Their daughter, Valentina, was born on October 1 and was later diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome. It is worth noting that Duffy’s nephew, Erik Johnson, is a professional ice hockey defenseman for the Buffalo Sabres. 


Reality Television:

  • The Real World: Boston (1997): Cast member
  • Road Rules: All Stars (1998): Cast member (where he met his wife)
  • Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Seasons (2002): Cast member
  • The Real World Awards Bash (2008): Appeared in a filmed segment with his wife

Sports Commentary:

  • ESPN: Color commentator for various televised competitions
  • The Great Outdoor Games (2003): Both competitor and commentator
  • News Appearances (Archive Footage):
  • Inside with Jen Psaki (2023): 1 episode
  • One Nation (2023): 1 episode
  • Fox and Friends Weekend (2022): 1 episode
  • Unfiltered with Dan Bongino (2022): 1 episode
  • Simulacros de liberación (2021): 1 episode
  • Fox and Friends (2021): 1 episode
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers (2021): 1 episode

Net Worth

It has been approximated that his total net worth is approximately $3 million.

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