- Full Name Lauren Susan Green
- Birth Date Jun 30, 1958
- Age 65 Years, 4 Months
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Minnesota, USA
- Zodiac Sign Cancer
- Occupation Correspondent, Musician, Author
- University University of Minnesota, Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism
- Education Bachelor of Music, Degree in Journalism
- Relationship Status Married
- Husband Ted Nikolis
- Husband's Profession Attorney
- Wedding Date 15 May (Year undisclosed)
- Net Worth $2 million
- Children No children
Lauren Green | BiographyPanelist on Fox's late-night satire program 'Red Eye'
Lauren Green is the Chief Religion Correspondent for Fox News.
Who is Lauren Green?
Lauren Susan Green is a journalist and correspondent born on 30 June 1958.
She was born in Minnesota to her parents, Bessie Grissam and Robert Green. She has two brothers named Kenneth and Leslie and two sisters named Barbara and Lois.
Green graduated with a Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the University of Minnesota in 1980, after which she pursued a graduate degree at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
She currently works for Fox News as the Chief Religion Correspondent. Before that, she served as the main anchor for the morning news program Fox & Friends, providing weekly updates at the top and bottom of each hour. She has additionally participated as a panelist on Fox's late-night satire program Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.
She Wrote an Article About COVID-19 Pandemic
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Green supported churches that disobeyed court orders to break up large gatherings. A Fox News editorial that she wrote featured a stock photo of people holding hands despite CDC recommendations at the time.
According to the article, washing hands, sanitizing homes, and maintaining social distance are only "temporary or flimsy barriers to a raging tsunami," and she said, "To close the churches where people go for comfort and spiritual strength – as an act of fighting against this biological scourge – seems like a surrender to Satan."
Green also spoke with Louisiana pastor Tony Spell for a Fox News article in which she asserted that the country's basic right to religious freedom is inviolable.
In Green's article, Spell claimed that the church closures were politically motivated and that members of his church had been cured of HIV and cancer, two more serious diseases than COVID-19, through the power of their faith.
She Has Released a Music Album
She is also a musician and issued an album of classical piano music in 2004 titled 'Classic Beauty.' Green has also played keyboards on the Fox News program Huckabee for Mike Huckabee's band, The Little Rockers.
In January 2014, Green took the stage at Georg Ratzinger's 90th birthday concert, including Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. In an opinion piece that Green wrote for Fox News, she called this "the honor of a lifetime."
The reporter also participated in beauty pageants, earning the title of Miss Minnesota in 1984 and finishing as the third runner-up in the 1985 Miss America competition. Green is also the first African-American Miss Minnesota.
Who is Lauren Green's Husband?
Green is married to Ted Nikolis, an attorney in New York City. The couple has not yet had any kids as of 2022.
The pair met at Fashion Week in New York and soon started dating. They eventually married after three years of togetherness. The couple exchanged wedding vows on 15 May in a Big Fat Greek Orthodox Cathedral Wedding.
There is little information about the couple's relationship and married life as Green keeps her personal life private.
What is Lauren Green's Net Worth as of 2022?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Fox news correspondent has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2022. Her primary source of income is from her decades-long career as a television journalist, anchor, and correspondent.