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Lauren Green is an American news correspondent for Fox News Channel. She is also known as the former headline anchor at morning television show Fox & Friends.
Green was born on 30th June 1958 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America. Born to her American parents, Robert Green and Bessie Grissam Green, she is of White ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Married to Ted Nikolis
The Fox & Friends headline anchor, Lauren Green is a married woman. Green exchanged her wedding vows with her long-term boyfriend, Ted Nikolas, on 2nd May 2015. The couple first met during true New York Fashion and started dating.
Talking about her spouse, Ted currently serves as of Counsel at Merle, Brown, and Nakamura. Green and Nikolis are together for more than four years. However, they do not share any children.
Lauren had ''Happily Ever After'' Party
Lauren and Ted's wedding ceremony was held at Big Fat Greek Orthodox Cathedral in New York. Following the service, the pair had Happily After Party on Saturday.
The party was a combined birthday party with the attendance of few family in her sister Lois' home. The party was started outside with a huge fire pit, but soon they went inside due to mosquito bite.
Surprisingly, Lauren's mother, who was around 90 at the time, appeared with skinny jeans. Later, the couple also played Newlywed Game, where the pair has to play Q & A according to the rules.
Know about Lauren Green's Net Worth
The Fox channel correspondent makes huge money from her career. She is in this field for decades and has managed to sum up a net worth of $2 million, which is less than another American correspondent Margaret Brennan with total assets of $5 million.
As per some sources, the average salary of a news correspondent ranges from $90,000 to $122,000 annually. Hence we can assume the yearly wage of Lauren. Additionally, Green is also a musician, widely known for her classical piano music album Classic Beauty.
Lauren first appeared in Prince's music video
During an interview with Bill O' Reilly, Lauren mentioned that legendary musician and singer Late Prince Rogers Nelson had a crush on her during the school days. Later, in 1992, Green made her appearance in Prince's music video titled My Name is Prince.
Not to mention, Lauren is the winner of Miss Minnesota Pageant in 1984, and became the third runner up in Miss America the following year, where she blamed and thanked American actress Vanessa Williams for ruining the contest for black women.
Lauren was criticized for her question during an interview with Reza Aslan
In 2011, Lauren raised a problem saying whether Islam makes believers more susceptible to radicalization.
The story did not end as Lauren interviewed Reza Alsan, who published a book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. She asked,
''why a Muslim would write about Jesus, saying, 'Youre a Muslim', so why did you write a book about the founder of Christanity?''
Aslan also defended the statement many times, and he also cited that his intention was scholarly and not to offend anyone. Green, however, kept pushing him on the same question regardless of his clear explanation.
Erik Wemple, the journalist of The Washington Post, criticized Green's questions citing '' dumb, loaded, prejudicial.'' This was considered one of the embarrassing interviews of the Fox channel.
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