Dee Dee Myers Bio, Wiki, Birthday, Age, Marriage, Parents, Height, Weight, Nationality

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Dee Dee Myers Biography | Wikipedia

Dee Dee Myers is a well-known American political analyst who served as the 19th White House Press Secretary during the first two years of the Clinton administration. She was the first woman and the second-youngest person to hold that position.

Later on, she co-hosted the news program Equal Time on CNBC and was a consultant on The West Wing. In addition, she is also the author of the 2008 New York Times best-selling book, Why Women should C.J. Cregg.

Dee Dee Myers Age | Birthday

How old is Dee Dee Myers? Myers was born to her parents on September 1, 1961, in North Kingstown, Rhode, Island, the U.S. Therefore, she celebrates her birthday on September 1st of every year. She is 60 years as of 2021.

Dee Dee Myers Nationality | Ethnicity

Where is Dee Dee Myers from? Myers holds American nationality and citizenship. She is of white ethnicity and heritage born and grew up in North Kingstown, Rhode, Island, in the United States of America.

Dee Dee Myers Education

Myers was in William S. Hart High School and Santa Clara University where she graduated in 1983.

Dee Dee Myers Marriage | Husband

Is Dee Dee Myers married? Myers is happily enjoying her married life with the love of her life, Todd Purdum, National Editor of Vanity Fair, former White House writer, and New York Times Los Angeles Head, during the 1992 presidential campaign.

The couple shared two children, Kate and Stephen. Myers has not shared more details concerning her children. Thus, we will keep you updated once information is clear from our reliable source.


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Lisa Ling – Journalist and a Television Personality

Dee Dee Myers Parents | Family

Myers was born to her father, Stephen, a former Navy aviator who completed two tours of duty in the Vietnam War, and her mother, Judy Myers who served as a real estate agent.

She spends most of her formative years in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California. However, it is not known whether she has siblings or not. We will keep you updated once information is clear from our reliable source.

Dee Dee Myers Body Measurement | Height | Weight

How tall is Dee Dee Myers? Myers is a woman of average stature. However, she has not shared the exact figure of her height. Drawing from her pictures, she maintains an average body weight.

More details concerning her other body measurements are currently under review. Information will be updated once is clear from our reliable source.

 Myers Net Worth

Myers is a well-known hardworking woman who has managed to accumulate a decent fortune from her career. She has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million.

Dee Dee Salary

Myers is a political analyst who manages to take home a decent amount of money every month. She earns an estimated salary of between $40,000 to $110,500 every year.

Dee Dee Career

Myers started her political communication career shortly after her graduation from college, taking a full-time role in the 1984 presidential campaign of Walter Mondale.

Later on, she served as a field representative for California State Senator Art Torres, and as assistant press secretary in the office of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and on his 1986 campaign for California governor.

She became a political analyst and commentator, appearing on television and speaking at events on politics and the media after the Clinton administration.

She became the co-host of the political talk show Equal Time on CNBC in May 1995. She hosted the show opposite Mary Matalin, and later opposition Bay Buchanan.

Myers was the winning contestant on an episode of Celebrity Jeopardy, beating Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr in 1997. Furthermore, she has also appeared as a guest on other television programs, including The Today Show, Charlie Rose, and ABC’s Nightline.

What does Dee Dee Myers do now?

Myers has contributed to Vanity Fair since July 1995, originally as a Washington editor, and since 1997 as a contributing editor.

Who is the youngest press secretary?

In 1969, when he was just 29, Ziegler became the youngest White House Press Secretary in history, serving in the Nixon Administration