- Full Name: Laura Schlessinger
- Profession: Writer, Commentator anda Radio host
- Place Of Birth: Brooklyn, New York, United States
- Birth date: Thursday, January 15, 1947
- Zodiac: Capricorn
-Westbury High School
-Jericho High School
-Stony Brook University
-Genii, The National Heritage
-National Religious Broadcasters
Laura Catherine Schlessinger was a social commentator, radio host, also known as an American writer. Schlessinger was born on January 16, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York but he grew up in Brooklyn and on Long Island. Schlessinger is the daughter of a pair of Monroe (Monty) Schlessinger, a civil engineer with a Jewish wife Yolanda Ceccovini Schlessinger, female origin of Italy. Schlessinger has a sister named Cindy who was 11 years younger than him.
Schlessinger completed his school in Westbury High School and at Jericho High School. Afterward, Schlessinger continued his studies at the University of Stony Brook. Schlessinger later moved to Columbia University to pursue graduate studies until he finally succeeded he obtained a Master's degree and Ph. D. in psychology in 1974. After completing the entire set of studies, Schlessinger was open practice counseling families at the University of Southern California.
In 1975, Schlessinger to appear for the first time on the water in a radio. At the time he was asked to fill in an event organized by KABC to Ballance the Bill. Bill was impressed with the bringing in of the cektan and Schlessinger have high sense of humor. Bill then asked that Schlessinger back filling on the radio. This is where the career of Schlessinger as host on radio began.
He began to frequent a small series of prompted much of his extensive counseling. Its peak is when the event that he bring The Dr. Laura Program, became the highest-rated radio program after the second program of The Rush Limbaugh Show and was heard more than 450 radio stations.
Besides being an emcee, Schlessinger has also written dozens of books many of which became a best seller even though there are also some of his controversial book publishing as The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands in 2004. Schlessinger also publishes the monthly magazine American counseling, Dr. Laura Perspective, where the magazine he was acting as a contributor, her husband as a photographer while his son as a creative team.