Wendy Walsh Biography
Wendy Walsh is a Canadian-American television commentator, radio host, lecturer, psychotherapist, and author who regularly appears on various TV networks, predominantly FOX News. In April 2017, Walsh claimed that after she declined an invitation to his hotel suite, he reportedly turned her down as a contributor to his program.
Walsh is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States. She graduated from the California Graduate Institute (now part of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology) with an MA and a PsyD in clinical psychology.
Walsh teaches Developmental Psychology and Psychology of Health Counseling in the Psychology program at California State University, Channel Islands.
She graduated from the California Graduate Institute with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Despite Walsh’s claim to have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, the California Graduate Institute and its successor, the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, only grant MA and PsyD degrees in clinical psychology.
Wendy Walsh Age
How old is Wendy Walsh? Wendy is 61 years old as of 2023. She was born on April 30, 1962, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In addition, she celebrates her birthday on April 30th every year.
Wendy Walsh Husband
Walsh has a happy marriage with her husband, Virgil McDowell. Wendy and Virgil were featured in the TCL “A Baby Story” (1999) documentary. The documentary covered their daughter’s birth preparations and birth. However, she has not disclosed more details about her marital affair. We promise to keep you posted as soon as possible.
Wendy Walsh Daughter
Walsh is a mother of two daughters; Carrington McDowell and Jones McDowell.
Wendy Walsh Family
Walsh is a native of Prince Edward Island. She did, however, grow up in numerous locations around Canada as a result of her father’s employment in the Royal Canadian Navy. Wendy relocated to Los Angeles immediately after finishing her studies at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.
Wendy Walsh Fox News
Walsh began her television career as a news reporter for the city’s UPN station in Los Angeles in the early 1990s. She also worked for NBC’s Weekend Today as a west coast correspondent.
Walsh appeared in almost 200 episodes of the entertainment television news show Extra in 1995 and 1996 as a journalist and occasional anchor. She was also a co-host on The Learning Channel’s How’d They Do That? (now TLC).
Walsh featured on multiple reality television shows and pilots on various cable networks in the 1990s and 2000s. She was a co-host and panelist on The Doctors for the fourth season in 2011, which earned the show an Emmy nomination.
In 2012, she was a featured commentator on the Get A Life DVD box set edition, offering a psychiatric analysis of the fictional character Chris Peterson. Walsh has been the host of The Dr. Wendy Walsh Show on AM radio station KFI in Los Angeles since 2015.
In addition, in 2017, Wendy was named a Time Magazine Person of the Year for her courage in speaking up about sexual harassment victims on Fox News. In 2019, she united her passions for relationship science, evolutionary psychology, and media production when she launched the now-popular podcast “Mating Matters” in collaboration with iHeartMedia.
Wendy Walsh Net Worth
Walsh has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Her income is mainly from her successful career as a commentator, author, and clinical psychologist.