Who Is Laura Ingraham From Fox News? Her Bio and Age
Laura Anne Ingraham was born on 19 June 1963 in Glastonbury, Connecticut USA, and is best known as a conservative television and radio talk show host who has worked on projects such as “The Laura Ingraham Show”, and as the editor-in-chief of LifeZette. She also previously worked as a speechwriter in the Reagan administration. She is now 53 years old, but remains youthful looking and her zodiac sign is Libra.
Is She Married? Husband and Children
When it comes to Laura’s relationship status, she has previously dated fellow broadcaster, Keith Olbermann, and Robert Torricelli, a Democratic Senator. As of April 2005, Ingraham announced that she was engaged to James V. Reyes, a businessman. Besides that, she announced that she struggled with breast cancer, and as the result of that, she undergone a surgery. In May of the same year, Reyes and Ingraham called it off, and in the upcoming period dated Dinesh D’Souza. Despite not getting married, Ingraham adopted three children, a girl from Guatemala in 2008, and two boys from Russia. Laura used to be a Baptist, but transferred to Roman Catholicism.
Net Worth and House
So just how rich is Laura Ingraham as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this hostess, actress and writer has net worth of over $45 million, accumulated from her career in the mentioned fields. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding assets such as cars and houses.
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) December 2, 2017
Early Life and Background
Ingraham, born to Anne Caroline and James Frederick Ingraham III, spent her formative years in Glastonbury. She is of part-Polish descent, as her maternal grandparents were Polish immigrants, and her father is of Irish and English heritage. Speaking about her ethnicity, she is white and dyes her hair blonde and has green eyes, which suits her complexion perfectly. When it comes to Laura’s education, she was a student of Glastonbury High School and after that attended Dartmouth College, where she earned her BA degree, and then at University of Virginia School of Law, where she earned a Juris Doctorate.
Laura made her debut as a reporter in two episodes of “Charlie Rose” in 1996, and in the following year, she appeared in one episode of “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”. In 2003, Ingraham began working on “The View”, and remained working on the show over the course of seven years. As of 2004, she also joined the cast of “The O’Reilly Factor”, ultimately appearing in more than 100 episodes of the series, which allowed her to become better known to the audience and media. In 2008, the hostess had her own series entitled “Just In with Laura Ingraham”, but which received a generally negative response from the audience over 12 episodes. Laura then featured in “Lord, Save Us from Your Followers”, which also included David Anderson, James Barnes, Hugo Black and Lewis Black. In 2012, Ingraham joined “Fox News Sunday”, and continued working on it for the following five years. In 2016, she made her debut on “Hannity”, subsequently through 15 episodes of the series, working with Sean Hannity, Michelle Malkin and Dana Perino.
Radio Talk Show Career
Laura is widely known for being the host of “The Laura Ingraham Show”, beginning in 2001. The show is available on 306 stations and was originally syndicated by Westwood One, however, it transitioned to Talk Radio Network three years after its beginning. The show is also available on podcast.
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) July 25, 2018
During her senior year at college, Laura worked as the editor-in-chief of the college’s unofficial conservative newspaper, writing articles on controversial topics, and most shockingly, sent a reporter undercover to one LGBTQ meeting and went on to publish a transcript of the meeting, including the names of people who attended it and describing them as “cheerleaders for latent campus sodomites”. As the result of this, Ingraham received a backlash, especially as she outed several people despite the meeting beginning with the oath of confidentiality. She was later on described as having “the most extreme anti-homosexual views imaginable”. However, she later changed her mind, as her brother came out as gay and she had the chance to see how loyal he was to his partner when they both coped with AIDS.
In early 2017, Laura was offered a run for the US Senate seat held by Tim Kaine, a Virginian Democrat. She ended up considering running against the mentioned politician she did not mention any of her intentions since beginning her own show “The Ingraham Angle”, broadcast on Fox News and focusing on other things furthermore.