Laura Ingraham is a well-known conservative political commentator, author, and radio host. Her voice is heard by millions of people every week, and she is known for her strong views on a range of political and social issues.
Laura Ingraham Age
Laura Ingraham was born on June 19, 1963. As of today, she is 59 years old. Her birthplace is Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States.
Laura Ingraham Height
Laura Ingraham is 5 feet 8 inches (173 cm) tall. This height is considered to be above average for women.
Laura Ingraham Parents
Laura Ingraham's parents were James Frederick Ingraham III and Anne Caroline. Her father was an English and Irish ancestry, while her mother was a Polish American. James Frederick Ingraham III was a career officer in the United States Army, and the family moved frequently during Laura's childhood due to her father's job.
Laura Ingraham Children
Laura Ingraham has three children: Maria Caroline, Michael Dmitri, and Nikolai Peter. All of her children were adopted from abroad. Maria Caroline is from Guatemala, Michael Dmitri is from Russia, and Nikolai Peter is from Ukraine.
Laura Ingraham Husband
Laura Ingraham has never been married. She has been in several long-term relationships but has never taken the step of getting married.
Laura Ingraham began her career as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. She then worked as an attorney for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom before becoming a full-time commentator.
She has appeared on a variety of television programs, including “The O'Reilly Factor” and “Hannity & Colmes.” She is also the author of several books, including “Shut Up & Sing,” which criticizes celebrities for using their platform to express political opinions.
In addition to her television appearances, Laura Ingraham hosts a nationally syndicated radio program called “The Laura Ingraham Show.” The show is broadcast on more than 300 stations and has millions of listeners.
Laura Ingraham has been involved in several controversies throughout her career. In 2018, she came under fire for criticizing David Hogg, a survivor of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. In response, several advertisers pulled their support from her television program.
She has also been criticized for making controversial statements about race and immigration. In 2019, she was accused of promoting white nationalism after she defended the use of the phrase “invasion” to describe immigrants coming into the United States.