Judy Woodruff Biography | Wiki
Judy Woodruff is a beautiful, experienced, and equally talented American broadcast journalist, news anchor, and current managing editor of PBS NewsHour. Woodruff is known for interviewing several heads of state as well as moderating United States presidential debates.
Judy Woodruff Age
Woodruff is presently 75 years old as of 2021. She was born on the 20th of November, 1946 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, The United States.
Judy Woodruff Birthday
Woodruff celebrates her birthday every year on the 20th of November. The star journalist usually celebrates her birthday with her family and friends in Washington D.C.
Judy Woodruff Height and Specifics
Woodruff stands at an average estimated height of 5 feet 7 inches as of 2022.
- Full Name: Judy Woodruff
- Hair Color: Blonde.
- Height: 5 feet 7 inches.
- Weight: N/A
- Nationality: American
- Husband: Al Hunt
- Net Worth: $500,000-$1 million
Judy Woodruff Education
Woodruff formerly studied mathematics at Meredith College before switching to political science at Duke University. She graduated from Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
Judy Woodruff Husband | Relationship Status
Woodruff is married to her handsome and loving husband, Al Hunt, a former Bloomberg View columnist. In their marriage, the beautiful couple have been blessed with three children.
Judy Woodruff Children
Woodruff is a proud mother of three lovely children who she adores and loves.
Judy Woodruff Family and Parents
Woodruff was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma by her loving parents, William Woodruff and Anna Lee.
Judy Woodruff PBS NewsHour
Woodruff is the managing editor and anchor of PBS NewsHour. Since 1976, Woodruff has covered every presidential election and convention. She’s interviewed a number of heads of state and moderated presidential debates in the United States.
She joined PBS in 1982, where she presented another program while continuing White House reports for PBS NewsHour, originally The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. She joined CNN in 1993, where she co-hosted Inside Politics and CNN WorldView with Bernard Shaw until he departed the network. In 2005, Woodruff left CNN, and in 2006, he returned to PBS and the NewsHour. She and Gwen Ifill were named official anchors of the show in 2013, succeeding founder presenter Jim Lehrer.
Woodruff revealed in May 2022 that she will leave her position as anchor of NewsHour at the end of the year. “Ms. Woodruff’s calm approach, with her hands clasped and her voice quiet, acts as a counterbalance to a crazy period of American news,” the New York Times wrote of her appearance on the NewsHour.
Judy Woodruff CNN Wikipedia
In 1993, Woodruff left NewsHour to join CNN. Tom Johnson originally approached her about working for CNN at the end of 1992, and she accepted the position four months later after some trepidation. In June 1993, Woodruff began co-hosting the daily political chat show Inside Politics with Bernard Shaw, as well as the foreign news program The World Today with Frank Sesno.
Woodruff stayed on as co-anchor of WorldView until it was canceled in 2001. When Shaw retired in February 2001, Woodruff took over as the only host of Inside Politics, which was renamed Judy Woodruff’s Inside Politics. Woodruff co-anchored CNN’s election coverage as well as the news broadcasts Live From… and CNN NewsStand on Wednesdays during her stay at the network.
Judy Woodruff Salary
Woodruff earns an estimated annual salary of around $ 100,000 – $300,000 as of 2022.
Judy Woodruff Net Worth
Woodruff has an estimated net worth of around $8 million as of 2022.
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