Laura Ingraham Biography
Laura Ingraham born Laura Anne Ingraham on June 19, 1963, is an American conservative television and radio talk show host. She has hosted the nationally syndicated radio show The Laura Ingraham Show,since 2001. She is the editor-in-chief of LifeZette, and beginning in October 2017, has been the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News Channel.
Laura Ingraham Age
She was born on 19th June 1963 in Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States to James Frederick Ingraham III and Anne Caroline. She is 56 years old as of 2019.
Laura Ingraham Family
Ingraham was born in Glastonbury, Connecticut, to Anne Caroline and James Frederick Ingraham III. She graduated in 1981 from Glastonbury High School. In 1985, Ingraham earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1991.
Laura Ingraham Brother
She has only one brother named, Curtis Ingraham. However, nothing much is known about her brother, other than his name. We will keep you updated if any information on her brother arises.
Laura Ingraham Husband
Ingraham, has never been married in her life. She has dedicated herself to her career thus no time for relationships.
Laura Ingraham Children
She has three children; Maria Caroline Ingraham, Nikolai Peter Ingraham and Michael Dmitri Ingraham, both of which are adopted.
Laura Ingraham Boyfriend – Dating
Ingraham has recently dated supporter Keith Olbermann and previous New Jersey Democratic Senator Robert Torricelli. In April 2005, she declared her commitment to Chicago businessperson James V. Reyes, and that she had experienced bosom disease medical procedure. In May 2005, Ingraham advised audience members that her commitment to Reyes was dropped, refering to issues in regards to her analysis with bosom disease. She has likewise dated political pundit Dinesh D’Souza and George T. Conway, lawyer and spouse of Kellyanne Conway.
Laura Ingraham Career
Subsequent to finishing graduate school, she filled in as a law agent under Ralph K. Winter, Jr., a Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in New York. She initially filled in as the representative of The U.S. Incomparable Court Justice Clarence Thomas for a concise period before filling in as a lawyer for the New York based law office Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom. In the late 1980s, during Ronald Reagan’s residency, in the Domestic Policy warning, she was utilized as a speech specialist . She additionally functioned as the proofreader of ‘The Prospect’, a Princeton University magazine.
She was included on the front of ‘The New York Times Magazine’ in 1995, in association for her article on ‘rising youthful traditionalists’. In 1996, she sorted out the principal yearly ‘Dull Ages Weekend’ alongside Jay Lefkowitz, a Jewish legislator and legal counselor, as a reaction to the ‘New Year’s Renaissance Weekend’, an American retreat for pioneers. She functioned as an observer for the CBS system and furthermore filled in as the host of the MSNBC system program called ‘Watch It!’, in the late 1990s .
She created an article for the ‘Washington Post’, in 1997, in which she expounded on the requirement for legitimate insurance for gay people.
Laura Ingraham Fox News
‘The Laura Ingraham Show’ in 2004, moved on to the Talk Radio Network, a 24 hour radio network. On the Fox News Channel and a weekly contributor to the segment called ‘The Ingraham Angle’, she is the guest host of the ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ .
Laura Ingraham Book
Her book titled ‘The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places’ was published in June 2000 . The book is a pure analysis of the Hillary Clinton’s policies. She launched her own show called ‘The Laura Ingraham Show’on April 2001. The show was aired on 306 radio stations including the XM Satellite Radio. Her second book ‘Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America’ was published on October 25, 2003, by Regnery Publishing.
Her third book ‘Power to the People’ was published on September 11, 2007,by Regnery Publishing. In her book, she stressed on how the ordinary people in America can make a difference in politics and culture. She was given a three week trial-run by Fox News Channel in 2008, for their upcoming show titled ‘Just In with Laura Ingraham’. However the show was cancelled after the trial period and replaced with another show.
Her book ‘The Obama Diaries’ published in 2010, is a fictional account of the diary entries made by Barack Obama. ‘Of Thee I Zing: America’s Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots’ was published on July 12, 2011 . She began hosting the nationally syndicated radio show ‘The Laura Ingraham Show’from January 2, 2013 .
Laura Ingraham LifeZette
Alongside representative Peter Anthony, Ingraham established and claims Ingraham Media Group, which delivers the new media distribution LifeZette. Ingraham fills in as supervisor in boss. The site’s subsections are PoliZette, FaithZette, PopZette, and HealthZette.
Laura Ingraham Legislative issues
In January 2017, Ingraham was drawn nearer by Republican Party authorities and approached to consider running for the United States Senate seat held by Tim Kaine, Democrat of Virginia. Soon thereafter, Ingraham affirmed she was thinking about running against Kaine.
Laura Ingraham TV shows
- The Ingraham Angle
- Just In
Laura Ingraham Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $45 million USD.
Laura Ingraham Homo Sexual
Laura is not a lesbian. In her senior year at Dartmouth College, during her residency as manager in-head of free grounds paper The Dartmouth Review, Ingraham composed a few questionable articles. She sent a columnist covert to a grounds LGBTQ meeting, and later got analysis when, regardless of a pledge of privacy being perused to members, Ingraham distributed a transcript of the gathering and incorporated the names of the participants, depicting them as “supporters of idle grounds homosexuals”. Ingraham guaranteed classification did not have any significant bearing, in light of the fact that the gathering had been promoted, and protected the trip of the gay understudies as an “opportunity of the press issue”.
Jeffrey Hart, the workforce guide for The Dartmouth Review depicted Ingraham as having “the most extraordinary enemy of gay perspectives conceivable”, asserting “she ventured to such an extreme as to stay away from a neighborhood restaurant where she dreaded the servers were gay”.
In 1997, Ingraham composed a paper in The Washington Post in which she expressed that she had changed her perspectives on homosexuality subsequent to seeing “the pride, loyalty, and boldness” with which her gay sibling, Curtis, and his accomplice adapted to AIDS . Ingraham has expressed that she bolsters common relationships between same-sex accomplices, however accepts marriage “is between a man and a lady”.