Laura Ingraham Age, Net worth, Salary, Height, Wife

Laura Ingraham is a well-known television personality in the United States. In addition to being a best-selling author in the New York Times, Laura Ingraham is widely regarded as one of the most influential women working in the area of political and cultural commentary. Her radio talk show, “The Laura Ingraham Show,” which is broadcast on hundreds of radio stations throughout the country and is part of a nationally syndicated radio programme, is the most popular show in the country.

Laura Ingraham

She is widely regarded as one of the most engaging female presenters, and both her audience and her peers admire the breadth and depth of her understanding of the administrative structure. Ingraham’s passionate remarks, sharp humour, and lively personality have drawn a broad spectrum of dedicated audience members. She is also known as an interesting speaker.

She is a talented author who has written some of the books that have been the most successful in the nation, including “The Obama Diaries,” which has been a bestseller in the New York Times. In addition to having served as a lawmaker in the past, Ingraham has also worked as a legal clerk for the Supreme Court and is a graduate of the ‘Virginia School of Law.’

Additionally, she hosts an episode of “The O’Reilly Factor” on “Fox News Channel” as a guest host. In addition to politics, she discusses touchy subjects such as feminism, media bias, illegal immigration, and extreme Islamic viewpoints.

Early Life

Laura Anne Ingraham was born into a modest family of the middle class on June 19, 1963, in the town of Glastonbury, Connecticut, in the United States. She was reared in the Glastonbury Center community’s quaint municipality throughout her childhood.

She received her diploma from “Glastonbury High School,” which was at the time the sole high school in the Connecticut town of Glastonbury, in the year 1981.

Dartmouth College is a prestigious private Ivy League institution that is found in Hanover, New Hampshire, in the United States. She received her bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in 1985.

When she was a senior in college, she served as the editor-in-chief of a conservative journal called “The Dartmouth Review,” which was a magazine that came out every two weeks. She attended the “University of Virginia School of Law” and graduated with a “Juris Doctor,” which is the equivalent of a professional doctorate in law, in the year 1991.

Husband & Relationships

She had a love relationship with Robert Torricelli, who had previously served as a Democrat in the Senate from New Jersey. She was going to marry the author of Indian American descent Dinesh D’Souza, but the engagement was called off for reasons that are now unclear.

Laura Ingraham

She made the happy announcement in April 2005 that she was going to marry businessman James V. Reyers. But in May, she declared on the radio that the wedding would not go forward as planned because of the issues associated with her breast cancer treatment. She had breast cancer, therefore on April 26, 2005, she went in for surgery to treat it. Maria Caroline, Michael Dmitri, and Nikolai Peter are the three children whom she has taken into her family.


After receiving her law degree, she began her legal career by serving as a law clerk for Ralph K. Winter, Jr., a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the city of New York.
After a short stint working as Justice Clarence Thomas’s clerk at the United States Supreme Court, she went on to become an attorney in the New York office of the company Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. The firm is named after its five partners: Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, and Flom.

During the latter part of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, she worked for the Domestic Policy advisory as a wordsmith. Her service spanned the late 1980s. In addition to that, she was the editor of a journal published by Princeton University called “The Prospect.”

In 1995, she was featured on the cover of “The New York Times Magazine,” for which she had written an essay on “rising young conservatives.” The piece that she had contributed to “The New York Times Magazine” was published on the cover.
She organised the first annual “Dark Ages Weekend” in 1996 together with Jay Lefkowitz, a Jewish politician and lawyer. This event was a reaction to the “New Year’s Renaissance Weekend,” which was an American retreat for leaders.

She worked as a pundit for the CBS network in the late 1990s, and she also hosted a show on the MSNBC network called “Watch It!” during the same time period.

Laura IngrahamIn 1997, she penned an article for the publication known as the “Washington Post” in which she discussed the need of providing legal protection for gays.

Her book titled “The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places” was released in the month of June in the year 2000. This book provides a critique of the programmes that Hillary Clinton has implemented. She debuted her own programme, which she named “The Laura Ingraham Show,” in April of the year 2001. The programme was broadcast on a total of 306 radio stations, one of which being XM Satellite Radio.

Her second book, titled “Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the United Nations Are Subverting America,” was released by “Regnery Publishing” on October 25, 2003. The book was titled “How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the United Nations Are Subverting America.” In 2004, “The Laura Ingraham Show” made its debut on the “Talk Radio Network,” a radio network that broadcasts nonstop programming.

She is currently hosting an episode of “The O’Reilly Factor” on “Fox News Channel” as a guest host. In addition to that, she is a regular contributor to a section that is known as “The Ingraham Angle.”

Her third book, titled “Power to the People,” was released by the publishing house known as “Regnery Publishing” on September 11, 2007. In the book, she focuses on the ways in which regular people in the United States may affect the culture and politics of the country.

In 2008, she participated in a test run for the planned programme “Just In with Laura Ingraham” that was being produced by “Fox News Channel.” The test run lasted for three weeks. Following the conclusion of the test run, the programme was discontinued and another programme took its place.

Her book, which was titled “The Obama Diaries” and was out in 2010, is a work of fiction that is an account of the entries that Barack Obama would make in his journal.
The book titled “Of Thee I Zing: America’s Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots” was released 12 years ago today, on July 12, 2011.

She started presenting “The Laura Ingraham Show,” a nationally syndicated radio programme, on January 2, 2013, and continued doing so till the present day.

LifeZette is the name of a conservative website in the United States that was established in 2015 by Laura and the businessman Peter Anthony. It was confirmed by Laura in January 2018 that she had transferred the bulk of her ownership in ‘LifeZette’ to ‘The Katz Group.’

In 2017, she was the author of the book titled “Billionaire at the Barricades.” This book provides an explanation for Donald Trump’s win in the presidential election of 2016.

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