Chris Wallace Wife: Lorraine Martin Smothers Bio, Wiki, Age, Children

Lorraine Martin Smothers Bio/Wiki

Lorraine Martin Smothers is a chef and novelist who is married to TV journalist Chris Wallace.

Chris Wallace has announced his resignation from Fox News for CNN+.

Lorraine Martin Smothers Short Biography

Real NameLorraine Martin Smothers
Birthdate April 8, 1959
Age62 Years Old
BirthplaceAlexandria, Virginia, USA
ProfessionChef And Author
Relationship StatusMarried
HusbandChris Wallace


Chris Wallace is 74 years old and his wife Lorraine Martin Smothers is 62 years old.

Chris Wallace was born on October 12, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Lorraine Martin Smothers was born on April 8, 1959, in Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

Chris Wallace And Lorraine Martin Smothers

Lorraine Martin Smothers is the wife of Chris Wallace, a former Fox News correspondent.

In 1997, Wallace and Smothers married.

Both of them were married for the second time.

Lorraine’s first marriage was to comedian and musician Dick Smothers, best known for his appearance on the CBS comedy show The Smothers Brothers in the late 1960s.

According to, Wallace and Smothers live in a $1.1 million property in Washington, D.C.

Smothers is a chef and author who has written three cookbooks, including the Amazon best-seller Mrs. Sunday’s Soups.

Her first soup-themed cookbook, published in 2010, was inspired by her husband’s schedule as presenter of Fox News’ Sunday morning show, which conflicted with her son’s sports practice schedule.

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Wallace and Smothers have a total of six children from prior relationships.

From his first marriage to Elizabeth Farrell, Wallace had four children: Peter, Megan, and twins Andrew and Catherine.

Smothers has a son and a daughter from a previous relationship, Sarah and Remick.

Chris Wallace Announces Departure From Fox News Full Details

Wallace announced his departure from Fox on Sunday, December 12, 2021, to host a CNN+ weekday show. He had been with the network since 2005 before he left.

Wallace said, “After 18 years – this is my final ‘Fox News Sunday.’ It is the last time, and I say this with real sadness, we will meet like this,”

In a statement, he stated, “I am thrilled to join CNN+,”

“After decades in broadcast and cable news, I am excited to explore the world of streaming.”

“I look forward to the new freedom and flexibility streaming affords in interviewing major figures across the news landscape – and finding new ways to tell stories.”

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