A graduate of Dartmouth College, Laura Ingraham is a multi-talented radio host and a conservative commentator from the United States. She is also an author and a political commentator who hosts a three-hour American radio show, The Laura Ingraham Show.
Ingraham's Childhood and Family Life
Laura Ingraham was born Laura Anne Ingraham on June 19, 1963, in Glastonbury, Connecticut, the United States of America to parents, Anne Caroline (née Kozak) and James Frederick Ingraham III. She was raised in a middle-class family.
Marriage, Boyfriend, & Lesbian Rumors
Laura was once engaged to Dinesh D'Souza who is a conservative author. She also had romantic love affairs with Keith Olbermann and Robert Torricelli for several months.
In early 2005, Laura got engaged to James V. Reyes. On the 11th of May 2005, she revealed that she called off her engagement with James. It was reported that her wedding was canceled due to her surgery of breast cancer.
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She was even rumored to be married once and also to be a lesbian, but there are no concrete proofs regarding this statement.
Despite not being engaged in any marital relationship, Laura Ingraham has three children: two sons named Nikolai and Michael and a daughter named Maria. All of her children are adopted. Two of her sons are from Russia, and her daughter is from Guatemala.
Details on Laura Ingraham Professional Life
As a child, Laura was enrolled at Glastonbury High School. She also earned her high school graduation in 1981. After that, she joined Dartmouth College and received her Bachelor of Arts in 1985. She also has a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law.
While she was at Dartmouth College, she was active in the newspaper, The Dartmouth Review as its staff member. While she was in her senior year, she was named the newspaper's editor-in-chief; she also made a record of being the first female editor.
At the end of the 1980s, she worked in the Ronald Reagan administration as its speechwriter. During that time, she also worked as an editor of The Prospect.
In early 2001, she launched her own show titled The Laura Ingraham Show, which was aired on XM Satellite Radio. Her first book, The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places, was published in June 2000.
She is an author of a total of six books, including Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America, Power to the People, The Obama Diaries Of Thee I Sing, and Billionaire at the Barricades.
On October 30, 2017, Laura joined Fox News Channel's prime-time lineup as a host of her show, The Ingraham Angle.
The show was boycotted from the channel after Ingraham called David Hogg, a 17 years old student shooting survivor a whiny. Twenty-seven of the sponsors of the show called off the show in March 2018. The show kept on airing until June 2018 when Hogg was again seen calling out sponsors to boycott the show.
The 55 years old is also the co-owner of Ingraham Media Group alongside businessman Peter Anthony. The group produces the new media publication LifeZette.
The website has other publications like PoliZette, FaithZette, PopZette, and HealthZette too. There, she serves as an editor.
What is Laura Ingraham's Net Worth?
Laura has been a contributor to Fox News Channel since 2007, and as a contributor to Fox News Channel, she was earning around $2 million a year.