Jeanine Pirro Bio, Family, Age, Career, Television Shows, Books & Height

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Who is Jeanine Pirro?

Jeanine Pirro is an American conservative television host and author, and a former New York State judge, prosecutor, and politician. Pirro is the host of Fox News Channel’s Justice with Judge Jeanine. She was a frequent contributor to NBC News, including regular appearances on The Today Show. She was also the first female judge elected in Westchester County, New York.

Pirro was elected the first female district attorney of Westchester County. As district attorney, Pirro gained visibility in cases of domestic abuse and crimes against the elderly. Pirro briefly sought the Republican nomination for United States Senate to run against Hillary Clinton in 2006, but dropped out to accept the nomination for New York Attorney General; she lost the general election to Democrat Andrew Cuomo.

In 2018, she authored the book Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy. She is a named defendant in a 2021 lawsuit by the company Smartmatic, in relation to false claims of election fraud in the 2020 United States presidential election.

Jeanine Pirro’s Career

Media career

Pirro has been a regular contributor to the syndicated morning talk show The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet. She has been a guest analyst on Today, Fox NY Good Day New York. Pirro is a Fox News legal analyst appearing on various shows and has guest-hosted shows such as Larry King LiveThe Joy Behar Show, and Geraldo at Large. She was a frequent guest on Fox’s late-night satire show Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.

A Photo of Jeanine Pirro
A Photo of Jeanine Pirro

In 2003, Pirro released the nonfiction book To Punish and Protect, describing life inside the criminal justice system. In 2012, with the assistance of author Pete Earley, Pirro wrote the novel Sly Fox based on her own experiences as a 25-year-old assistant district attorney in Westchester. Pirro appears in the HBO six-part serial The Jinx, recounting her perspective on the 1983 disappearance of Kathie Durst, a high-profile case for which she was the investigating attorney. Pirro was the host of the American reality primetime court show You the Jury, cancelled after two episodes.

Judge Jeanine Pirro on The CW

On May 5, 2008, The CW Television Network announced that Pirro would host a weekday television show to be named Judge Jeanine Pirro, part of the network’s CW Daytime lineup, with two episodes airing daily. The show was distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television and was carried by default on all CW affiliate stations.

Judge Jeanine Pirro was cleared for a second season beginning in fall 2009. Unlike its first season, the second season, which began in the fall of 2009, was not exclusive to CW affiliates. In 2010 the show was nominated for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program at the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards, and in 2011 it won that category at the 38th Daytime Emmy Awards. In September 2011 the show was cancelled due to low ratings.

Justice with Judge Jeanine on Fox News

Pirro is the host of Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine, which premiered in January 2011. The program airs on weekends and focuses on the big legal stories of the week. In 2014, Pirro claimed ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was “released by Obama in 2009”. However, Baghdadi was held in custody until 2004, when he was released under the Bush administration. In March 2020, she hosted the show from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She did not appear on air for the first 15 minutes citing “technical difficulties”, with Jackie Ibañez covering for her, and when Pirro finally appeared, she was in a dishevelled state, slurring her speech, causing widespread speculation that she was inebriated. After one commercial break, she was even seen putting aside a drink with a straw.

After the 2020 United States presidential election, Pirro was an outspoken proponent on her program of baseless allegations involving voting machine fraud that allegedly stole the election from Donald Trump. Hosts Lou Dobbs and Maria Bartiromo also promoted falsehoods on their programs. Smartmatic, a voting machine company that had been baselessly accused of conspiring with competitor Dominion Voting Systems to rig the election, sent Fox News a letter in December 2020 demanding retractions that “must be published on multiple occasions” so as to “match the attention and audience targeted with the original defamatory publications.” The three programs each ran the same video segment refuting the baseless allegations days later, though none of the three hosts personally issued retractions.


Pirro is the author of six books, two of which are crime novels. Her first book was 2003’s To Punish and Protect: A DA’s Fight Against a System That Coddles Criminals. It was followed in 2004 by To Punish and Protect: Against a System That Coddles Criminals. In 2012, Pirro’s first fiction book, Sly Fox: A Dani Fox Novel, was released as a crime and legal thriller, followed in 2014 by the second novel in the series, Clever Fox: A Dani Fox Novel.

Her book Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy (2018) is a look inside the Presidency of Donald Trump, as well as the politics surrounding the anti-Trump movement. Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge: The Left’s Plot to Remake America (2019) is described as “the latest chapter in the unfolding liberal attack on our most basic values.” Her book Don’t Lie to Me: and Stop Trying to Steal Our Freedom was published on September 23, 2020.

How Old is Jeanine Pirro?

Pirro was born on June 2, 1951 in Elmira, New York, U.S. She is currently 69 years old.

Jeanine Pirro‘s Family

Who are Jeanine Pirro’s parents?

Pirro is the daughter of Esther (Awad) and Nasser Ferris, who are of Lebanese descent. Her former husband, whose surname is Pirro, is of Italian ancestry.

Does Jeanine Pirro have siblings?

Pirro has a sister named Lulu.

Jeanine Pirro‘s Education

Pirro graduated from Notre Dame High School in Elmira in three years, interning in the Chemung County District Attorney’s office during her time in high school. Pirro then graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University at Buffalo. She received her J.D. degree at Albany Law School of Union University in 1975, where she was an editor of the law review.

Jeanine Pirro‘s Marriage

Pirro was married to Albert Pirro who is now her former spouse after their separation.

Jeanine Pirro‘s Children – Kids

Pirro’s daughter is a lawyer and her son is in law school

Jeanine Pirro’s Net Worth

Pirro has an estimated net worth of $12 million supported by her annual salary of $3 million.


Pirro’s height is 5 ft 4 in and weighs around 59 kg.

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