Lori Rothman is a famous television personality known for her stint at Fox Business News. She has her own significant signature stardom in American television Industry.
Lori has been an anchor at Fox Business Network since 2010. She has covered various news regarding the economic plans and policies in American television.
With a tall height and long sexy legs, Lori Rothman looks stunning in a bikini
Lori Rothman has also given a sensual photo shoot in a bikini in which she looks very sexy. She has a tall height of 5 feet 11 inches.
She is rich and beautiful as well. She has a huge net worth of $3 million but she hasn’t used it yet for plastic surgery. We see her natural beauty on screen and at the age of 43, she still looks charming and attractive.
Her bio is inspirational and information about her is available on Wikipedia. Lori is an absolute example of beauty with the brain.
Married to Michael Kaplan, Lori Rothman’s birthday is not disclosed yet
Born in 1973, Rothman is currently 44 years old.
She is happily married to Michael Kaplan since 2003. They first met in New York in the year 2000. After dating for nearly three years, they decided to tie the knot.
The couple is blessed with two daughters. Aubrey was born in 2007 and after two years, in 2009, Penelope was born.
Their happy family is living together in Westchester County, Connecticut. Kaplan works for private equity firm in Greenwich as he is a former lawyer by profession.
Lori achieved her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South California. She is a frequent guest of the show, Red Eye, and starred in the show, NotLive with Bill & Tom.
She also substitutes Lauren Sivan in some of the shows. Lori’s major responsibility is to cover the markets economy and investigating on Wall Street viewing all the economic progress of American economic policies.
Her career started when she joined Bloomberg television as dayside anchor covering the news and reports about markets, cooperate earnings and the global economic recession.
Lori Rothman’s growing career in television
She did interviews with major financial newsmaker including Bob Doll, Black Rock Vice Chairman, Rockdale securities analyst Dick Bove, Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross and so on.
Lori Rothman, before joining the Bloomberg television, used to anchor the morning news program at WPTZ-TV affiliate to NBC in Burlington/Plattsburgh.
She was recognized with an associated press award for coverage of flooding in the region. She also served as weekend anchor for CBS KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado and worked as a reporter for CW affiliate KJUD-TV in Alaska.