Larry Elder Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, The Larry Elder Show

Larry Elder Biography

Larry Elder is a conservative talk radio host, author, attorney, and documentary filmmaker from the United States working as the host of The Larry Elder Show.


How old is Larry Elder? – Age

The Larry Elder Show is 68 years old as of 27 April 2020. He was born Laurence Allen Elder in 1952 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Larry Elder Family – Parents

During World War II, his late father Randolph Elder served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, and after the war, he moved to California as part of the Second Great Migration. His late mother Viola Conley Elder, was born in Toney, Alabama, and worked for the US Department of War as a clerical worker during World War II. He has two brothers; his brother Kirk Elder accepted a Congressional Gold Medal from U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher on their father’s behalf.

Who is Larry Elder’s wife? – Wife

He was married to a physician whose name is not known. The couple separated in 1994, he is said to be engaged to FrontPage Index political commentator, Alexandra Datig. The two have not announced their relationship officially.

Larry Elder Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $16 million.

Larry Elder Education

Elder graduated from Crenshaw High School in 1970 and received his B.A. in political science from Brown University in 1974. He was an honors student who also took advanced courses at Fairfax High School. In 1977, he received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

Larry Elder The Larry Elder Show

From 2002 to 2007, his show was nationally syndicated by ABC Radio Networks. Elder was fired from KABC on December 2, 2014, during his afternoon shift. Elder joined the CRN Digital Talk Radio Networks lineup on June 1, 2015. The Larry Elder Show began national syndication in August 2015 via the Salem Radio Network, which includes KRLA in Los Angeles. Elder was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in April 2015.

Larry Elder Career

In 1988, Elder began co-hosting Fabric, a topical television show created by Dennis Goulden on PBS affiliate WVIZ.
The Larry Elder Show was renamed in the early 1990s and relocated to the local Fox Network affiliate WOIO and cable TV. For their work on the show, Goulden and Elder received the Ohio Cable Television Association’s “Best Program Series Award” in 1992, and the show ran until Elder moved back to Los Angeles in 1994. Elder received an AEGIS Award of Excellence, a Telly Award, and an Emerald City Gold Award of Excellence for his segment “Redefining Racism: Fresh Voices From Black America” on the PBS program National Desk in 1997.

Elder was the host of Warner Brothers Television’s court series Moral Court from 2000 to 2001. In September 2004, he started hosting The Larry Elder Show, a daytime TV talk show that was canceled on April 12, 2005, due to low ratings. In 2000, Elder received a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award for his special Making Waves – LAUSD on KCAL-TV News. On the sitcoms Spin City and The Hughleys, he made guest appearances. He writes for Creators Syndicate as a columnist. Investor’s Business Daily, World Net Daily,, Jewish World Review, and FrontPage Magazine all publish Elder’s newspaper and web columns.

In 2005, Elder produced Michael & Me, a self-financed film in which he refutes filmmaker Michael Moore’s anti-gun stance and claims in Moore’s documentary Bowling for Columbine. Elder was one of the rotating talk show hosts auditioning for the spot left vacant by MSNBC’s now-defunct Imus in the Morning. Joe Scarborough, on the other hand, was given the role.

The pilot episode of Showdown with Larry Elder aired on Fox News Channel on July 5, 2008. The show was not picked up by a network. Larry Elder currently creates videos for The Epoch Times on his YouTube channel, which has over 400,000 subscribers and 33.3 million views as of November 18, 2020.