Faith Salie has been a contributor to "Sunday Morning" since 2009, offering her opinions on everything from freezing her eggs and not wanting a pet (after which, she married a man with two dogs, and had a baby), to the prevalence of "vocal fry." She also contributes as a journalist; from a cover story on ants in the Belizean rainforest, to a study of the geometry of pasta, her work often focuses on stories with a scientific bent.
Salie is panelist on NPR's "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me." She hosted Sirius XM's daily show for Entertainment Weekly, covering all things pop culture. She's also hosted Bravo's "The Approval Matrix" and Discovery's "Treehugger TV." She has appeared on CNN, HLN, and Fox News.
Salie also appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" as the ethics columnist for O, the Oprah Magazine. She's currently working on her first book, entitled, "Approval Junkie."
Salie presented the Sundance Channel's coverage of the Sundance Film Festival, conducting interviews with the likes of Robert Redford, Ryan Gosling, and Jennifer Lawrence. As an actor, Salie starred in the improvisational sitcom "Significant Others" on Bravo. She has appeared in gold lame on "Sex and the City," and been beamed up on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine."
She was the host of the national public radio show "Fair Game from PRI with Faith Salie." During its run, she conducted more than 1,000 interviews, from President Carter to Lorne Michaels.
Salie graduated from Harvard and earned her M.Phil. at Oxford University on a Rhodes scholarship. While her Rhodes colleagues went on to become mayors and governors, she landed herself on a Star Trek collectible trading card worth hundreds of cents.