Judy Woodruff Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Salary, Height, Weight


In an ever-changing political domain, a trusted journalist like Judy Carline Woodruff is an admired face. Woodruff is a talented anchor with an ability to appeal and create sense with politically divided younger Americans. Decades of experience back this broadcaster, making her a senior position at popular channels such as CNN, NBC, and PBS. Since 1976, Judy Carline Woodruff has been making significant waves as a role model in the area of network, cable and public tv.

Judy Woodruff Bio, Wiki, Age, Early Life, Education

Judy Woodruff was born on November 20, 1946, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Woodruff initially attended Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1964. She grew up in a military household and had plenty of moves in her childhood. Her family settled into Augusta, Georgia where she won the beauty pageant, ‘Young Miss Augusta’ In 1963. She had primarily planned on receiving a degree in mathematics. However, quickly developed an interest in political science. Two years later, Judy Woodruff made the move to Duke University where she later graduated in 1968. Her first entry into the news sector began in the 1970s, winning her a myriad of awards and a trusted following since then.

Judy Woodruff Career Details

In 1968 Woodruff began working as a news secretary in Atlanta, Georgia also is known as station WQXI-TV. Judy moved on quickly after a year of work and began her career with the CBS affiliate WAGA-TV two years later. Covering general news in this Georgia State, Woodruff was seen on the noon and evening slots. In 1970 she began Co-hosting with anchor Kenley Jones, here she experienced large-scale reporting, covering ten states for NBC in Atlanta, Georga. After covering Carter’s prior political trail Woodruff would travel with Carter’s presidential campaign until her eventual release in 1976. In 1977 Judy Woodruff would begin to cover White House correspondent until 1982. Judy Woodruff made the move to a different channel named PBS in 1983 where she was named ‘Chief Washington Correspondent’ on a NewsHour. Judy woodruff would wear more responsibility, delivering a popular weekly series, ‘Frontline’, that she would eventually leave in 1990 to prioritize her personal life. This was short-lived as in 1993, Judy joined CNN to host the show, ‘Inside Politics’ that was later renamed, ‘Judy Woodruff’s Inside Politics.’ Woodruff left CNN in June 2005 to pursue TV programming and its design. This was in tandem with hosting ‘Conversations with Judy Woodruff’, a tv program of highly anticipated interviews and questionnaires. In 2006 Woodruff began a start on her project aimed at American youth ‘Generation Next: Speak Up’ where she included the needs of a younger society in present media. In 2007 Judy was made a senior correspondent on PBS NewsHour amongst other big names. September 2013, Judy Woodruff and her co-anchor Gwenn Ifill made history being apart of the first broadcast hosted by two women. This was tragically cut-short when Ifill died in November 2016. Woodruff is (to no surprise) an accomplished author, having had written several books, such as ‘This Is Judy Woodruff’ and ‘The Theodore H. White’ lecture.

Judy Woodruff Net Worth

$8 million.

Judy Woodruff Marriage Details

Judy Woodruff is not dating.However, she is married to Al Hunt. Al is a former reporter and current columnist. They reside in Washington, D.C. This couple met in a simple fashion and got married 4 years later on April 5, 1980 in St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.

Judy Woodruff Kids

This couple has three children: Jeffrey Woodruff (born in 1981),Benjamin Woodruff (born in 1986) and Lauren Woodruff (born in 1989). Jeffrey Woodruff was born with a case of spina bifida although diagnosed as mild, Jeffrey shortly after became disabled, causing this super mom to reduce her workload for CNN. Judy and Al, adopted their final child, Lauren from Korea.

Judy Woodruff Parents And Siblings

Father: William Henry Woodruff. He was a highly regarded Chief Warrant Officer in the Army.

Mother: Anna Lee Woodruff.

Judy has one sibling named Anita Woodruff.

Judy Woodruff Body Measurements

Judy Woodruff has aged well and credits her figure to eating healthy and exercising regularly. She is on the shorter side at 5 feet 2 inches tall and carries her weight well of 56 kg. This new anchor has short blonde hair and a striking smile. Her green eyes are complemented by her strong facial features. Her measurements of 34-25-35 inches make her petite, with an athletic body shape.

Judy Woodruff Cars And House

Judy Woodruff’s assets are unknown at this time.

Summary

Woodruff has made history with her reliable coverage and is the unbiased journalism America lays their trust in.

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