Laura Ingraham Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Husband, Kids, Height
Facts of Laura Ingraham
|June 19, 1964
|Host, Author, Conservative political commentator
|6 feet 3 inches (1.91m)
|Dinesh D’souza (2005)
|$15 Million Per Year
|Mixed(English, Irish and Polish)
|University of Virginia School of Law
|James Frederick Ingraham III
|Maria Caroline, Michael Dmitri, Nikolai Peter
|Laura Ingraham Instagram
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Laura Ingraham is an American talk show host, author as well as a conservative political commentator. She is famous for the show, The Laura Ingraham Show.
When was Laura Ingraham Birthed?
Laura Ingraham entered this world on June 19, 1963, in Glastonbury, Connecticut, the USA. Her sun sign is Gemini. The name of her parents is Anne Caroline and James Frederick Ingraham III. She has a brother whose name is Curtis Ingraham. Her father was English-Irish and her mother was Polish.
She has an American nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnicity of English, Irish and Polish. She completed her schooling at Glastonbury High School in Connecticut in 1981. Then, she got a B.A. degree from Dartmouth College in 1985. Later in 1991, she earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Is Laura Ingraham Married?
Up to now, Laura is an unmarried woman. But she has dated many men and engaged some of them. Previously, Ingraham was once engaged to an Indian author Dinesh D’ Souza. Unfortunately, the couple had broken up due to some reason.
After that, she announced her engagement to Businessman James V. Reyers but somehow she had to call off her engagement due to complications with breast cancer. She took surgery for breast cancer on 26th April 2005.
Moreover, she even dated broadcaster Keith Olbermann. Likewise, she was romantically involved with former New Jersey Democratic Senator, Robert Torricelli.
Although she couldn’t get married she has adopted three kids. She adopted a young girl Maria Caroline Ingraham from Guatemala in May 2008, 13 months old Michael Dmitri Ingraham from Russia in July 2009, and 13 months old Nikolai Peter Ingraham from Russia in June 2011.
However, once she wrote a controversial article alleging racist and unprofessional behavior by Dartmouth music professor Bill Cole who sued her for $2.4 million. The college paid the legal costs and the suit was settled in 1985. There’s an ongoing rumor that she is considering Virginia Senate run to replace Tim Kaine.
What is Laura Ingraham Net Worth and Salary?
Laura has an estimated net worth of $70 million as of 2022 and her annual salary is about $15 million. As she is a host as well as an author, she is earning a massive amount of wealth.
Body Measurement (Height and Weight)
Laura has a perfect height of 6 feet 3 inches. In addition, her weight is 59 kg. Moreover, her hair color is blonde and her eyes also look dark brown. Besides this, her body measurements are 34-25-35 inches.
Shows and Books
After her graduation, she worked as a law clerk for a judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Ralph K. Winter Jr. in New York.
Moreover, in late 1980, she became the speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan’s administration. Additionally, Ingraham has also worked as a commentator for the CBS network and a host of the MSNBC network program ‘Watch It’. Similarly, the New York Times Magazine has featured her on the cover page for her article on ‘Rising Young Conservatives’ in 1995 and in 1996.
Likewise, in June 2000, she launched her book ‘The Hillary Trap: Looking for power in all the wrong places. Later on, she began publishing more and more which were enlisted as bestseller list in the New York Times and bestselling publication in USA Today.
Furthermore, in April 2001, she launched her own show ‘The Laura Ingraham Show’ on 306 radio stations which moved on to a 24-hour radio network, Talk Radio Network in 2004. Luckily, her talk show is the third most popular political talk show broadcast in the United States. Apart from that, Ingraham is also a founder and editor-in-chief of LifeZette.
- Initially, Laura began working as a staff member of the independent conservative newspaper while she was at Dartmouth College.
- She became the first female editor in chief in her senior year.
- Then, she worked as a speechwriter in the Reagan administration for the Domestic Policy Advisor.