Tucker Carlson's journalism career began when he joined the editorial staff of Policy Review, a conservative journal published by the Hoover Institution. The son of banker, news anchor, and ambassador Richard Warner Carlson, Tucker attended Trinity College. He subsequently began to cultivate a career, eventually becoming a co-host of the CNN news show Crossfire, and then his own show, simply called Tucker. In 2006, Carlson competed on the popular reality series Dancing with the Stars, and appeared as himself in the political satire Swing Vote in 2010. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi