Judy Woodruff Biography
Judy Woodruff is an American broadcast journalist and correspondent currently working as the anchor and managing editor of PBS NewsHour. Besides, Judy has been working in public television and network cable news since 1976. In addition, Judy has covered every presidential election and convention since 1976. She has interviewed some prominent people such as the heads of state and moderated U.S. presidential debates.
Judy Woodruff Age
How old is Judy? She is 76 years old. Judy was born on November 20, 1946, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the United States of America. Besides, she commends her birthday on the 20th of November each year.
Judy Woodruff Education
Judy was enrolled and graduated from the Academy of Richmond County, a high school in Augusta. Besides, she holds a B.A from the University of Duke. In 1963, Woodruff won the beauty pageant Young Miss Augusta.
Judy Woodruff Nationality
Judy is of American nationality and citizenship. In addition, Judy was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the United States of America. Besides, she belongs to the white heritage.
Judy Woodruff Height | Measurements
Approximately Judy stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx. 1.60 m) tall, as Judy is a woman of average stature. However, she has not disclosed her other body measurements in the public domain.
Judy Woodruff Family | Parents
She was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States under the loving care of her mother Anna Lee Woodruff, and her father William H. Woodruff. Besides, her father was a chief warrant officer in the Army. In addition, she grew up alongside her only sister known as Anita. The two grew up as army brats. When she was five years, Judy moved to Germany from Oklahoma. Besides, she then moved to an army in Missouri and New Jersey prior to returning to Oklahoma.
Judy Woodruff Husband | Children | Partner
Judy is happily married to her lovely husband Al Hunt. Her husband works as a columnist and a retired reporter. Besides, the couple met each other in Plains, Georgia during a softball game between correspondents and staff of the Carter presidential elections. They later tied their wedding knot on April 5, 1980, at St. Albans Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. The pair are blessed with three children, Lauren who was born in 1989, Jeffrey who was born in 1981 and Benjamin who was born in 1986. Besides, Lauren was adopted from Korea at the age of four months.
Judy Woodruff Salary
Her primary source of income is her job as a reporter and managing editor of PBS NewsHour. Therefore, she receives an annual average salary of $140,000 as of 2022.
Judy Woodruff’s Net Worth
Judy has been serving in the journalism industry for quite some time now. Over the years, she has been able to accumulate quite a good wealth in her career. Therefore, she has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2022.
Judy Woodruff PBS NewsHour
Judy joined PBS NewsHour in mid-1983 and became the chief Washington journalist for The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. Apart from broadcasting politics, she conducted studio interviews and worked as a backup reporter. Besides, she started hosting the weekly documentary series known as Frontline with Judy Woodruff a few months later after its presenter Jessica Savitch died. Nevertheless, she left the documentary in 1990 to create time for her family and at the NewsHour. While serving at PBS NewsHour, she covered all presidential elections and conventions. Judy moderated the 1988 vice-presidential debate between Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX) and Dan Quayle (R-IN) United States Senators.