Tammy Bruce

Mostly Credited As: Tammy Bruce
Date Of Birth: August 19, 1962 (Age 53)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California

Tammy Bruce

Conservative lesbian talk show host who was once President of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization of Women before breaking with that organization over policy matters and the O. J. Simpson murder case. Tammy is also a published author and a regular commentator on the Fox News Channel. Describes her personal politics as being an "independent conservative."

TV Appearances

Episode Cast Credits 

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (1996) 
  Lewis Gordon Pugh, Tammy Bruce 12x98: (Jul/31/2007) As Herself 

The O'Reilly Factor (1996) 
  A Word About Network Rivalry 11x21: (Jan/30/2006) As Herself 

E! True Hollywood Story (1996) 
  Jenna Jameson 07x37: (Aug/10/2003) As Herself 
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President of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization of Women from 1990-96. Claims to have doubled the chapter's membership during this period.

Was a lifelong Democrat until January of 2008 when she re-registered as an Independent.

Holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science from USC.

Owns a .38 caliber pistol she calls Snuffy.

Has a cat named Snoopy and a dog named Sydney.

Favorite authors are George Orwell and Ray Bradbury.

Has written three books: The New Thought Police (2001), The Death of Right and Wrong (2003), and The New American Revolution (2005).

Served on California governor-elect Arnold Schwarzennegar's transition team.

Is of Italian and Scotch-Irish descent.

Tammy is pro-choice and pro death penalty.

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Tammy Bruce Quotes
Tammy: (about Angelina Jolie) She's a pair of lips on a stack of bones.

Tammy: (about Barack Obama) He's just a finger puppet for George Soros.

Tammy: For women who turn to welfare, Big Brother becomes Husband.

Tammy: Gone are the days when reality fed the feminist movement.

Tammy: One of the biggest problems with the modern feminist movement is its failure to bring men along with us.

Tammy: Trials are no longer about freeing the innocent, punishing the guilty, and making restitution to victims. They have become contests between who will win.