Larry Kudlow Bio, Age, Education, Wife, Kids, Fox Network, CNBC, Net Worth

Larry Kudlow

Larry Kudlow Biography

Larry Kudlow is an American media conservative television personality and financial program host for the Fox network who served as the Director of the National Economic Council during the Trump Administration from 2018 to 2021. He assumed that role after his previous employment as a CNBC television financial news host.

Larry Kudlow Age

Lawrence Alan Kudlow was born on 20th August, 1947, Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.

Larry Kudlow Height

He stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Larry Kudlow Education

He graduated from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, with a bachelor’s degree in history in 1969.

Larry Kudlow Nationality

Larry is an American nationality.

Larry Kudlow Ethnicity

He is of White ethnicity.

Larry Kudlow Parents

He was born to Ruth Grodnick and Irving Howard Kudlow.

Larry Kudlow Siblings

Larry has not shared any information about her siblings to the public.

Larry Kudlow Wife

Kudlow has been married three times: In 1974, he married Nancy Ellen Gerstein, an editor in The New Yorker magazine’s fiction department, with the marriage lasting about a year. In 1981, he married Susan (Cullman) Sicher, whose grandfather was businessman Joseph Cullman and whose great-grandfather was businessman Lyman G. Bloomingdale. The Washington wedding was presided over by U.S. District Judge John Sirica. In 1986, he married Judith “Judy” Pond, a painter and Montana native

Larry Kudlow Children

Larry has not disclosed any information regarding his children.

Larry Kudlow Bear Stearns

Kudlow was hired by Bear Stearns as its chief economist and senior managing director in 1987. Kudlow also served as an economic counsel to A. B. Laffer & Associates, the San Diego, California, company owned by Arthur Laffer, a major supply-side economist and promoter of the “Laffer Curve”, an economic measure of the relationship between tax levels and government revenue. Kudlow was fired from Bear Stearns in the mid-1990s due to his cocaine addiction.

Larry Kudlow Board Member

He was a member of the board of directors of Empower America, a supply-side economics organization founded in 1993 and merged in 2004 with the Citizens for a Sound Economy to form FreedomWorks. Kudlow is also a founding member of the Board of Advisors for the Independent Institute and consulting chief economist for American Skandia Life Assurance, Inc., in Connecticut, a subsidiary of insurance giant Prudential Financial.

Larry Kudlow CNBC

Larry became Economics Editor at National Review Online (NRO) in May 2001. In December 2007, NRO published a Kudlow article entitled Bush Boom Continues, in which he asserted the economy would continue to expand for years to come. The Great Recession, the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, began that month.

Kudlow served as one in a rotating set of hosts on the CNBC show America Now, which began airing in November 2001. In May 2002, the show was renamed Kudlow & Cramer, and Kudlow and Jim Cramer became the permanent hosts. In January 2005, Cramer left to host his own show, Mad Money, and the program’s name was changed the next month to Kudlow & Company. The program went on hiatus in October 2008, returned in January 2009 as The Kudlow Report, and ended its run on CNBC in March 2014.

Larry is also a regular guest on Squawk Box. He has contributed to on MSN. Starting in 2004, he also appeared on The John Batchelor Show as a co-host on Tuesdays and as a substitute, until he left to become an economics advisor to President Trump.

In March 2006, Kudlow started to host a talk radio show on politics and economics on WABC as The Larry Kudlow Show aired on Saturday mornings from 10 am to 1 pm ET and via nationwide syndication in the US starting June 5, 2010. In February 2021, Larry Kudlow joined Fox Business Network to host a new weekday program.

Larry Kudlow National Economic Council

Kudlow joined Americans for Democratic Action chair Joseph Duffey’s in 1970 “New Politics” senatorial campaign in Connecticut which also attracted an “A-list crowd of young Democrats”, including Yale University law student Bill Clinton, John Podesta, and Michael Medved, another future conservative.

Duffey was a leading anti-war politician during the Vietnam war era. Duffey’s campaign manager called Kudlow a “brilliant organizer”. In 1976, he worked on the U.S. Senate campaign of Daniel Patrick Moynihan, along with Tim Russert, against Conservative Party incumbent James L. Buckley, brother of William F. Buckley, Jr.

Kudlow began his career as a staff economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, taking a position “as a junior economist in a job where a master’s degree wasn’t required”. He worked in the division of the Fed that handled open market operations.

During the first term of the Reagan administration (1981–1985), Kudlow was associate director for economics and planning in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), a part of the Executive Office of the President. In April 2005, New York Governor George Pataki included Kudlow in a six-member state tax commission.

Kudlow’s name was floated by Republicans as a potential Senate candidate in either Connecticut or New York in 2016. In October 2015, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, in an email to supporters, attacked Kudlow as “a champion of big corporations and big money” despite Kudlow’s not announcing a run. In early December 2015, Jack Fowler of National Review created a 527 organization that encouraged Kudlow to run.

Kudlow was appointed by Donald Trump to be Director of the National Economic Council in March 2018, succeeding Gary Cohn. He assumed office on April 2, 2018. Also in April, Kudlow alleged that U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley had announced that the U.S. would soon sanction Russia due to “momentary confusion.” After Haley contradicted Kudlow’s claim, Kudlow called her to apologize.

In April 2018, Kudlow stated, “The trouble I had with the Obama program was it was all spending.” However, about 35% of the stimulus was tax relief, including a $116 billion income tax cut. Kudlow asserted on June 29, 2018, that “capital investment, you know, for new jobs and better careers, [is] flowing in from all corners of the world”, though foreign direct investment into America declined significantly during the two years through August 2019.

On August 28, 2018, after Trump accused Google of rigging search results to show information biased against him, Kudlow told reporters, “We’re taking a look at” regulating Google. On February 25, 2020, as a coronavirus pandemic was emerging as a global pandemic, Kudlow stated, “We have contained this, I won’t say airtight but pretty close to airtight.” In June 2020, amid the George Floyd protests against racism and police brutality, Kudlow said, “I don’t believe there is systemic racism in the U.S.

Larry Kudlow Salary

He earns an estimated annual salary of USD 100,000.

Larry Kudlow Net Worth

His net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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