Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi (Politician), born on March 26, 1940 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Nancy Pelosi's age 81 years & Zodiac Sign Aries, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Nancy Pelosi?

Nancy Pelosi Bio

  • Birth Name:Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro
  • First Name: Nancy
  • Last Name: D’Alesandro
  • Age: 81 years
  • Birth Date: March 26, 1940
  • Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • Country: United States
  • Nationality: American
  • Birth/Zodiac Sign: Aries
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Eye Color: Dark Brown
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Feet/Shoe Size: 10.5 (US & AUS), 41 (EU), 8.5 (UK)
  • Dress Size: 6 (US & CAN), 36 (EU), 10 (UK & AUS)
  • Nancy Pelosi Height

    5 Feet 5 Inches (165.09 cm/1.650 m)

    Height & Weight
    Height (in Feet-Inches)5 Feet 5 Inches
    Height (in Centimeters)165.09 cm
    Height (in Meters)1.650 m
    Weight (in Kilograms)57 kg
    Weight (in Pounds)125.66 lbs

    Nancy Pelosi Body Measurements

    Nancy Pelosi's full body measurements are 38 inches (96.52 cm) - 36D - 26 inches (66.04 cm) - 37 inches (93.98 cm) .

    Body Measurements
    Measurements38-26-37 inches/ 96.52-66.04-93.98 cm
    Bust Size38 inches (96.52 cm)
    Bra Size36D
    Waist Size26 inches (66.04 cm)
    Hips Size37 inches (93.98 cm)

    Bio And Wiki

    Nancy Pelosi is one of the most famous and trending Actress in the whole world right now. Nancy Pelosi was born on March 26, 1940, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. She was born as Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro, but best known as Nancy Pelosi.

    Family, Childhood, and Education

    Her father name is Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. and mother name is Annunciata M. ‘Nancy’ D’Alesandro. Her mother was born in Fornelli, Isernia, Molise, in South Italy, and came to the U.S. in 1912; her father could trace his Italian ancestry to Genoa, Venice, and Abruzzo. When Nancy was born, her father was a Democratic congressman from Maryland. Pelosi’s mother was also active in politics, organizing Democratic women and teaching her daughter the value of social networking. Pelosi’s brother, Thomas D’Alesandro III, also a Democrat, was Mayor of Baltimore from 1967 to 1971.

    She had graduated, in 1958, from the Institute of Notre Dame, a private Catholic all-girls high school in her hometown of Baltimore. She had then joined Trinity Washington University, a Catholic university in Washington, D.C., and had graduated from there with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.

    Pelosi was involved with politics from an early age. She helped her father at his campaign events. She attended John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address when he was sworn in as U.S. president in January 1961.

    Pelosi got into politics slowly, starting out as a volunteer for the Democratic Party. She hosted parties and helped with campaigns. Pelosi rose up in the party ranks, serving as a California representative to the Democratic National Committee from 1976 to 1996. She also served as the state and northern chair of the California Democratic Party.


    In 1987, Pelosi made the leap to public office, winning a special election for California’s Eighth District, which includes San Francisco. As a member of the House of Representatives, she has served on the Appropriations Committee and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Pelosi has been a strong supporter of increased funding for health research and for other health care and housing programs and initiatives. She is also an advocate for human rights and the environment.

    In 2002, Pelosi was selected to be the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives, making her the first woman in history to earn the honor. Four years later, she again broke new ground for women in U.S. politics. After the Democrats won majorities in both the House and the Senate in the 2006 midterm elections, Pelosi was chosen to become the first woman to take the post of speaker of the House.

    As the leader of the Democratic Party in the House under a Republican president, Pelosi was sometimes a divisive figure. A vocal critic of President George W. Bush’s stance on the war in Iraq, she advocated for the withdrawal of troops from the region. Pelosi found herself at the center of a controversy in 2009 when the CIA asserted that she had been made aware of its use of waterboarding of terrorism suspects—a technique that Pelosi had vocally opposed. Pelosi denied the CIA’s claims.
    She lobbied for the development of better-paying jobs, access to college education, and affordable health care for all, and revised energy policy that focused on cleaner, more efficient domestic alternatives.

    After the election of Barack Obama in 2008, Pelosi was in a position to work with a president of the same party. She was instrumental in pushing for the health care reform legislation that became the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in 2010, a position that earned her more criticism from the GOP.

    She Pelosi remained House speaker until November 2010, when Republicans gained control of the House and elected John Boehner to the role, relegating Pelosi to minority leader.

    As the House’s top Democrat, Pelosi endured criticism for her party’s losses and challenges to her leadership. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan sought to replace her as minority leader in 2016 but was unsuccessful.

    After Democrats reclaimed control of the House in the 2018 midterms, Pelosi was once again elected House speaker at the beginning of 2019, placing her on the front line in the battle with President Donald Trump over his demand for $5.7 billion for a wall spanning the U.S.-Mexico border.

    After months of resisting calls from progressives to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Trump, in September 2019, Pelosi announced that the House would launch a formal impeachment inquiry. The tipping point came with reports that Trump had withheld military aid to Ukraine to pressure its government into investigating the actions of 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son. “The president must be held accountable,” the speaker said. “No one is above the law.”

    On December 18, 2019, one day after Pelosi received a scathing letter from the president in which he slammed the “invalid” process, the House voted almost entirely along party lines for the two articles of impeachment. The speaker then delayed the process of relaying the articles to the Senate, in hopes of securing terms for a fair trial in the Republican-controlled upper chamber, before finally following through on January 15, 2020.

    On January 3, 2021, Pelosi was re-elected to a fourth term as speaker of the House, which is expected to be her last, after a deal with progressives.

    Boyfriend/ Husband And Daughter/ Son

    Nancy met her husband Paul Frank Pelosi in Trinity College. Then, they married on September 7, 1963, at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. They moved to New York. After that, the couple lived in San Francisco. Paul and Nancy have five children. Their three daughters are Nancy Corrine, Christine, and Jacqueline. In fact, the pair is the mom-dad of two sons Alexandra and Paul. Presently, Nancy resides in Pacific Height, San Francisco.

    Nancy Pelosi Net Worth And Slary

    As of 2021, the estimated Nancy Pelosi’s net worth is $51 million USD. Her major source of income is her political career. Pelosi’s salary as of 2021 is $4.1 million per year.

    Social Media Profile

    She is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts. She has more than 8.2 million followers on Twitter, around 1.8 million followers on Facebook, and more than 1.9 million followers on Instagram.

    Trivia: Nancy Pelosi Facts

    * She has attended the speech of John F. Kennedy (Former President) in 1961.
    * She was in office under President George W. Bush.
    * She became the House Minority Leader in 2011.
    * She owns the vineyards in San Francisco and California.
    * She made a movie “Journeys with George” on the presidential campaign.
    * She opposed the Iraq war during Bush’s rule in 2005.
    * She married Paul Pelosi in 1963 and she has five children.
    * In 2003, when she was chosen to lead the House Democrats, Nancy had become the first woman to lead a party in the US Congress.

    Now she is ranked in the list of the most popular American politician.

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