😮The girl in the picture became a well-known TV host and had a mini-stroke while hosting her show😍—a celebrity who wed twice!

Famous TV personalities Judy Sheindlin has had a distinguished career in and out of the courtroom. She is best known for her participation on the popular show “Judge Judy.” She recently celebrated her birthday by thinking back to a previous health crisis that happened while filming her program.


On October 12, 1942, Judy was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish parents, Ethel and Murray. Her father’s dentistry profession and her mother’s position as office manager influenced her early upbringing. After graduating from James Madison High School in 1960, she moved on to American University in Washington, D.C., where she earned her degree in 1963.


Judy’s legal career took her to American University’s Washington College of Law, where, out of 126 students, she was the only female student. She later graduated from New York Law School with a law degree, and in 1965 she passed the New York bar test.
Judy began her career as a corporate attorney for a cosmetics firm, but she quit because she was unhappy. She finally went on to serve as a prosecutor in 1972. Her breakthrough came in 1993, thanks to a profile in The Los Angeles Times and an appearance on “60 Minutes.”


Following her 25-year tenure as a judge, Judy retired in 1996 and made the switch to television. She debuted the “Judge Judy” program in September of the same year, quickly gaining notoriety for her no-nonsense approach to the law.


Judy had a troubling health incident on set in March 2011, which turned out to be a mini-stroke. She was reluctant to seek medical attention at first, but her seasoned coworkers persuaded her to do so. She was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with a potential transient ischemia stroke, which was evident in her double vision and delayed speech earlier in the day.
Following a spectacular 25 seasons, “Judge Judy” came to an end. Judy was one of the highest-paid TV personalities, taking in $47 million a season. At the age of 81, Judy started a new endeavor called “Judy Justice,” which is presently in its second season.


She has been married three times in her life. Jerry Sheindlin is her current spouse; they met at a pub in an eventful meeting.


The couple’s first meeting resulted in a long-lasting romance that saw them get married, get divorced, get married again, and remain together for more than three decades.

 

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