Jane Pauley Biography

Published On Aug 18, 2015
Facts of Jane Pauley
Date of Birth: 1950 , October-31
Birth Nation: United States
Name Stuart Varney
Nationality British
Birth Place/City Derbyshire
Ethnicity White
Profession Business journalist
Weight in KG N/A
Married Yes
Married to Deborah Varney
Children N/A
Education London School of Economics and Political Science
Online Presence Facebook, Twitter, Wiki, Instagram
TV Show Markets Now
Net Worth $ 10 million
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Blonde
Body Measurements 34-24-35
Birth Name Stuart Varney
Father Richard Dunbar Gumbel
Mother Rhea Alice Gumbel
Working For Television
Face Color White
Famous for Journalist
Divorce Not Yet
Awards N/A
Breast Size 36 in
Waist size 24 in
Hip Size 36 in
Salary $ 15
Tattoo(s) Not Available
Religion Chriatian
Neck Size 9
Shoe Size 10
Movies Doctor Strange
Sisters Georgina
Siblings Greg Gumbel, Rhonda Gumbel-Thomas, Renee Gumbel-Farrahi
Girlfriend Unknown
Music Group Maybach Music Group
Nick Name Mandy Drury
Affair with Patrick Sambroock
Albums Don Henley
Chest Size Unknown
Boyfriend Josh Lucas
View moreless Facts of Jane Pauley

She is a married woman. She is married to the cartoonist Garry Trudeau, author of Doonsbury in 1980. They together have three children named Rachel Trudeau, Ross Trudeau and Thomas Trudeau. She is not involved in any kind of extra marital affairs and is not rumored to be having any boyfriend. They are living happily and there is not any sigh of divorce. She is popular in the world for her 13-year tenure on NBC's Today program and for her public acknowledgements of her struggle with bipolar disorder. After completing her college education, she then began working for then-CBS affiliate WISH-TV in Indianapolis. In was 1975, when Pauley began her career with NBC, by joining WMAQ-TV in Chicago. She earned a lot of salary being a journalist but her actual net worth is uncertain. She also uses Facebook and twitter frequently.

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Born inn Indianapolis, Indiana

October 31 , 1950

She was born in an upper middle class family to Richard Pauley and Mary Pauley. She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America and she also grew up there with her parents. Since her childhood days, she actively participated in debating and public speaking tournament.

Graduated from Warren Central High School


Since her childhood days, she was a talented girl. She was enrolled at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis and she graduated from there in 1968. After that, she subsequently earned a scholarship to Indiana University and she also completed her education from there.

Married to Garry Trudeau


Jane is a married woman. She married author of Doonsbury, Garry Trudeau in 1980. They together have children named Rachel Trudeau, Ross Trudeau and Thomas Trudeau. They are all living happily together.

Started working with WISH-TV


 After completing her college education, she then started working for then CBSaffiliate WISH-TV in Indianapolis. She worked there from 1972 to 1975, and then in the same year she joined WMAQ-TV in Chicago. It was the beginning of her career with NBC.

Won Paul White Award


In 1998, for her work, she was honored with the Paul White Award. It was awarded by the Radio television Digital News Association. She has also been nominated in various awards beside this one. In 1979, the trading card named Supersisters that featured Pauley's name and picture was produced and distributed.

Diagnosed with Bipolar disorder


In 2004, she was diagnosed with the bipolar disorder and she announced it publicly. It was the same year; she released her autobiography, Skywriting: A life Out of the Blue. She also received a worldwide fame for her public acknowledgements of her struggle with bipolar disorder.

Fued with The New York Times


In 2006, she along with her lawyers filed a case against The New York Times. She files this case for allegedly duping her into lending her name and likeness to an advertising supplement popular with drug companies. She claimed that, she is also being interviewed by the Times.