Judy Woodruff is a news anchor and journalist born on November 20, 1946 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Judy is 70 years of age and regarded as one of the oldest journalists at the NBC network. Judy’s bio affirms that she holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity. Her mother’s name is Anna Lee Woodruff and father’s name is William H. Woodruff. Judy is mostly known for her four decades of diligent involvement in journalism. She has worked for top networks such as CNN, NBC and PBS. She currently is the host of PBS NewsHour.
Net Worth and Salary
After years spent in the career, with her utter dedication and allegiance to her profession, Judy’s net worth of $3million must be deemed deserving. Owing to Judy’s fantastic salary over the years that’s probably in hundreds of thousands, she has accumulated stunning wealth. She has received a degree in Political Science from Duke University. Prior to that, she attended Academy of Richmond County and later studied in Meredith College. She had won the title of the beauty pageant “Miss Augusta” in Augusta, Georgia at 17 years of age. Judy’s career took off with anchoring at WAGA-TV, which was the CBS affiliate in Atlanta. Later she left CBS to join another prestigious network NBC News in 1975. There, she covered the 1976 U.S. Presidential Campaign of Jimmy Carter. She was posted as NBC News’ Chief White House Correspondent for five years (1977–82). Then she covered NBC's The Today Show for a year until 1983. Judy quit NBC to work for PBS. She became the chief Washington correspondent for “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour”. Her biggest working span of 12 years for a single network came with CNN, where she hosted “Inside Politics” from 1993 until 2005. She later showed much inclination towards teaching, writing and documentary filming. She had marked her return to PBS with a documentary “Generation Next” and also hosted “The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer”. She has also been hosting “Conversations with Judy Woodruff” on Bloomberg Television since 2006. Judy has been involved in social work as she is the founding co-chairperson of the ‘International Women's Media Foundation’. She is also the author of her book “This Is Judy Woodruff at the White House (1982)”.
This experienced campaigner is in an extremely stable conjugal life with her husband. Judy’s husband’s name is Al Hunt, who formerly worked for CNN and The Wall Street Journal. Judy got married to Al in 1980. The two have been in a marital relationship since almost 4 decades and they are unquestionably committed. Judy has three children with husband Al, whose names are currently unrevealed.
Height and Weight
Details about Judy’s height and weight aren’t known in numbers. Her body measurements will soon be updated. However, with a beautiful face, her short blonde hair and dark brown eyes offer a clear judgment call on her stunning personality. Judy’s age is 70 but her outlook is extremely ageless. Being one of the most experienced journalists today, her charm hasn’t faded one bit.
Wiki and Facts
Her birth sign is Scorpio and she is Christian by religion. On the Internet, she is quite enthusiastically followed and admired by her fans. Judy’s Twitter has a total of 63K followers with more than 4K tweets. She is on Facebook and Instagram as well, but not so active on the latter. She only has above a thousand followers and looks like her account isn’t much updated too. More about her can be extracted from Judy’s wiki sources. Judy’s Wikipedia page, on the other hand, contains an elaborated overview of her life and career.