Lawrence Kudlow

American economist
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Lawrence Alan "Larry" Kudlow (born August 20, 1947) is an American conservative commentator, economic analyst, television personality, and newspaper columnist.[1] He is the 12th and current Director of the National Economic Council since April 2, 2018. He was the host of CNBC's The Kudlow Report. As a syndicated columnist, his articles appear in numerous U.S. newspapers and web sites, including his own blog, Kudlow's Money Politic$.

Larry Kudlow
Larry Kudlow 2016.jpg
Kudlow at CPAC, February 2016
12th Director of the National Economic Council
Assumed office
April 2, 2018
PresidentDonald Trump
Preceded byGary Cohn
Personal details
Lawrence Alan Kudlow

(1947-08-20) August 20, 1947 (age 72)
Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
Democratic (Formerly)
Nancy Gerstein (m. 1974–1975)

Susan Cullman Sicher (married
1981; Divorced)

Judith Pond (m. 1986)
EducationUniversity of Rochester (BA)
Known forThe Kudlow Report
Kudlow & Cramer
WebsiteOfficial website

Kudlow was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey.[2]

He is of Jewish descent,[3] and converted to Roman Catholicism.[dead link][4]

In March 2018, President Donald Trump appointed Kudlow to be Director of the National Economic Council, replacing Gary Cohn.[5]

On June 11, 2018, Kudlow suffered a heart attack.[6]


  1. "June 16 Bridal Set By Nancy Gerstein". The New York Times. 1974-05-26.
  2. Europa Publications Limited; International Publications Service (1983). International Who's Who, 1983-84. Europa Publications Limited. ISBN 9780905118864.
  3. Service, International Publications (1 January 1983). "International Who's Who, 1983-84". Europa Publications Limited – via Google Books.[dead link]
  4. "New York Post".
  5. Pramuk, Eamon Javers, Jacob (14 March 2018). "Trump to name Larry Kudlow as Gary Cohn replacement".
  6. "Bloomberg - Are you a robot?".

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