Larry Elder, an American conservative talk radio host, author, politician, and attorney, hosts The Larry Elder Show. It is found throughout California. The show premiered in 1993 as a local program on Los Angeles radio station KABC, where it ran until 2008 before returning from 2010 to 2014.
The show was originally syndicated by ABC Radio Networks from 2002 to 2007 and then by Salem Media Group from 2015 to 2022. Larry is still associated with The Epoch Times, a far-right magazine associated with the Falun Gong movement. Elder, a former attorney, has written nonfiction and a popular column for the Creators Syndicate. Larry first entered politics in 2021 when he ran as a Republican in California’s recall election against Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. Elder came first among replacement candidates, and the recall was kindly dismissed.
Who is Larry Elder’s Wife?
Larry Elder has kept his personal life private despite his job forcing him to be open about his political views. However, some information about Larry’s wife, Alexandra Datig, is available. Elder reportedly married the Swiss media personality and actress in 2014 after years of dating. However, reports claim that Larry and Alexandra called off their engagement in 2015. Larry has been making frequent comments on social media about his “girlfriend” since 2015, but he has never indicated whether he meant to date. Alexandra, Elder’s ex-fiancée, appears in the History Channel documentary Marijuana: A Chronic History as well as on Tucker Carlson Tonight. Datig was responsible for nearly 100 episodes of The Larry Elder Show.
Alexandra Elder, Larry Elder’s wife, was born in Lucerne, Switzerland, to an American father who was a wealthy member of Hollywood’s elite. According to her website, Alexandra’s father fought in World War II and suffered a military disability. Datig’s mother was a high-fashion model born in Switzerland. Datig has worked as a political commentator for, among others, Fox News, ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC and C-SPAN.
The Larry Elder Family: Ethnicity and Parents
Larry Elder was born on April 27, 1952 in California, USA. Born in Los Angeles, he lived in the Pico-Union and South Central districts as the middle child of three brothers. Randolph (1915-2011), Elder’s father, was born in Athens, Georgia, and served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps during World War II before making the Second Great Migration from Georgia to California after the war.
Randolph Elder opened a coffee shop in Pico-Union after working as a janitor at Nabisco. “My father was a rough, straight guy who regularly scared my two brothers and myself,” Larry Elder said after his father died in 2011. But we never questioned his love or loyalty to his family. Elder and Kirk were presented with a Congressional Gold Medal by U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher in 2013 in honor of their father. Larry Elder’s mother, Viola (1924-2006), was born in Toney, Alabama. During World War II, Viola worked as a clerical assistant for the US War Department. His father was a Republican, while his mother was a Democrat.
Larry Elder net worth
Larry Elder, the radio talk show host, is said to have a net worth of $17 million, according to reports. Elder’s riches came mainly from the host of the Larry Elder Show. Some of Elder’s books include A Lot Like Me, Double Standards, What’s Race Got to Do with It?, Showdown, and The Ten Things You Can’t Say in America.
Larry put his Hollywood Hills West home up for sale in 2018 for $5.2 million. According to public records, he paid $1.65 million for the house in 2000. Elder oversaw the making of the 2020 documentary film “Uncle Tom.”