Judith Regan Biography
Judith Regan is an American book publisher, producer, editor, and talk show host on radio and television. She is the executive director of Regan Arts. She worked as a writer and editor for several newspapers, including the National Enquirer, in the early 1980s. She also created other television shows, including Geraldo.
Judith had a deal with Simon & Schuster in the mid-1980s to write two volumes, one of which was a history of the American family. She later terminated the contract in order to be at home with her little kid after being injured by a drunk motorist. Then, Simon & Schuster presented Judith with a position as a remote editor. She worked with Howard Stern and Rush Limbaugh during this time.
Judith Regan Age
Judith Regan was born in Massachusetts, United States on August 17, 1953. She is 69 years old.
Judith Regan Height
Judith stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Judith Regan Family
Rita and Leo, her parents, raised her in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and Bay Shore, New York. Both of Judith’s parents were teachers. She grew up with two brothers and two sisters in a huge extended Sicilian and Irish family.
Judith Regan Husband
Judith and psychologist David Buckley have a son named Patrick. Before, she was married to New York City financial planner Robert Kleinschmidt in 1987. The couple welcomed their daughter Lara in 1991 and divorced soon after. In 2000, their divorce was legally formalized.
Judith Regan Education
In 1971, Judith graduated from Bay Shore High School. She later earned a bachelor’s degree in English and art history from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. She later studied art at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. While working as a secretary at the Harvard Institute of Politics in 1977, Judith was approached by The National Enquirer.
Judith Regan Net Worth
Judith’s approximate net worth is $60 million.
Judith Regan Career
Judith had an affair with Bernard B. Kerik, the New York City police commissioner, and Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani’s assistant, in 2001.
In 2006, Fox stated that Judith had interviewed O. J. Simpson, during which Simpson “confessed” to the acquitted 1994 murders. Simpson’s written confession was planned to be published as a book titled If I Did It by Judith, and the confession was supposed to air on Fox.
After receiving significant criticism, News Corporation canceled both the book and the Fox Network interview with Simpson. The book was eventually published and became a #1 best-seller. Judith was sacked by News Corporation, and she sued, winning a reported $10 million.
From 1994 through 2004, Judith served as the anchor of a number of talk shows, including her own Fox News Channel weekend chat show, Judith Tonight. She is also a Sirius and XM Satellite Radio host of a general interest talk radio show. In 2013, Judith took over as CEO of Regan Arts after losing a bidding fight to acquire Phaidon Press.
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