Jeanine Pirro - Biography
Last Modified: Sep 27, 2022
|Born on :||June 2, 1951 (age 71)|
|Birth Name /
|Birth Place:||Elmira, New York, USA|
|Father's Name:||Nasser Ferris|
|Mother's Name:||Esther Ferris|
|High School:||Notre Dame High School|
|University:||University at Buffalo, Albany Law School of Union University|
Albert J. Pirro Jr. (1975- 2013)
Alexander Pirro (son)
|Height:||1.63 meter (5 feet 4 inch)|
|Weight:||59 kg (130.07 lb)|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size:||7 US|
|Dress Size:||8 US|
|Breast Size:||37 inch|
|Waist Size:||26 inch|
|Hip Size:||37 inch|
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Who is Jeanine Pirro?
Jeanine Pirro is an American television host and author.
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Jeanine Pirro – Age, Parents, Siblings
Jeanine Pirro was born on June 2, 1951, in Elmira, New York, U.S.A. Her father Nasser Ferris worked as a mobile-home salesman while her mother Esther Ferris worked as a department-store model. She has a sibling as well- a sister named Lulu.
For education, Jeanine Pirro attended Notre Dame High School. While still in high school, she interned at the Chemung County District Attorney's office. After graduation, Pirro went on to enroll at the University at Buffalo, graduating from the same with a Bachelor of Arts.
To follow her dreams of becoming an attorney, she studied at Albany Law School of Union University, graduating with a degree in J.D. in 1975.
Her ethnicity is Lebanese.
Jeanine Pirro – Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce
She met Albert J. Pirro Jr. while they were both at law school. The couple married in 1975 and have two children together- a son named Alexander Pirro and a daughter named Christi Pirro.
After years of marriage, they separated in 2007 and their divorce was finalized in 2013. Both their children are grown up. Their daughter is already a lawyer while their son was attending law school as of July 2002.
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Jeanine Pirro – Career
As an attorney
Jeanine Pirro wanted to become an attorney since she was a 6-year-old girl. While at law school, she worked as an editor of the law review. Her professional career started in 1975. She was appointed as Assistant District Attorney of Westchester County. There she wrote appeals and handled minor cases.
In 1978, Carl Vergari appointed Pirro as the first chief of the new Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Bureau. In 1990, she left the District Attorney's office. She won against Lawrence D. Lenihan, a Democratic nominee, New Castle Town Justice, and August C. Nimphius, Jr., a Right to Life Party nominee. Jeanine Pirro became Westchester County's first female judge on January 1, 1991.
In November 1993, Pirro was elected as the Westchester County District Attorney, being re-elected in 1997 and 2001.
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She was best known to handle domestic violence cases. During her years as an attorney, Jeanine Pirro had worked on the case of Maria Amaya, a mentally disturbed immigrant from El Salvador, who killed her four children and attempted suicide.
Other cases where she worked include Anne Scripps Douglas’ murder by her estranged husband Scott Douglas and the O.J. Simpson case.
On August 10, 2005, Pirro announced that she would run for the Senate race against Hillary Clinton, John Spencer, and Edward Cox. But on December 21, 2005, she dropped out of the race. She was $600,000 in debt to campaign vendors which were still unpaid as of 2018.
Pirro’s career in TV also has taken off. She has contributed to The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, Today, Good Day New York.
She has made guest appearances in Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld while also guest hosting Larry King Live, The Joy Behar Show, and Geraldo at Large. She hosted the reality court show You the Jury, for a total of 2 episodes.
Jeanine Pirro started to host Judge Jeanine Pirro in 2008, receiving her first Emmy nomination in May 2010 and winning the Daytime Emmy Award in 2011. But the show was canceled in September 2011 due to poor ratings. Currently, she is hosting Fox News Channel's Justice with Judge Jeanine since January 2011.
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She has published several books under her name including To Punish and Protect (2003), and Sly Fox (2012) along with author Pete Earley and Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy in 2018.
Jeanine Pirro – Criticism, Controversy
Jeanine Pirro has been a subject of criticism and controversy mostly for her aggressive behavior. In 1999, Vergari called Pirro "bright and capable" and also someone who "plays hardball seeking publicity", "very self-centred in everything she does."
Years before in the 1980s, Pirro had issued a press release with her own name on the top, not Vergari's. This had strained their relationship. And in the late 1980s, she solely claimed responsibility for the establishment of the Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Bureau, which completely disintegrated their already strained relationship.
She is a supporter of a woman's right to an abortion but opposes late-term abortions. Also in December 2015, she spoke in favor of gun rights and gun violence in the USA.
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Jeanine Pirro – Net Worth, Salary
The net worth and annual salary of Jeanine Pirro are estimated at around $12 million and $3 million respectively.
Jeanine Pirro – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, Jeanine Pirro has thousands of followers and counting.
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