Madeline O’Reilly Biography, Age, Nationality, Family Inclination, Parents, Occupation and Relationship Life

Madeline Oreilly Biography Age Nationality Family Inclination Parents Occupation And Relationship Life

Madeline O’Reilly is the oldest child and only daughter of Bill O’Reilly, the famous political commentator and television host.

Profile Summary

Full Name Madeline O’Reilly
Gender Female
Nationality American
Occupation Celebrity Child
Relationship Status Unknown
Date of Birth 1998
Place of Birth New York, USA.
Famous as Bill O’Reilly Daughter

Early Life of Madeline O’Reilly

Madeline O’Reilly was born in 1998 in New York, USA, she is the daughter of Bill and his now ex-wife, Maureen McPhilmy. For now, there is no further information about Madeline, as she remains known to the world only as the daughter of Bill O’Reilly. Madeline spent her childhood in New York with her younger brother, Spencer.

Madeline Oreilly Biography Age Nationality Family Inclination Parents Occupation And Relationship Life

Madeline O’Reilly

Madeline O’Reilly’s Involvement With Her Parents’ Divorce Controvery

Madeline spent her childhood years in New York, with her younger brother, Spencer, who was born in 2003. Although her parents wanted her out of the public scene, she became involved in the media as her parents’ marriage began to dissolve, and Madeline was a part of the highly-publicized process, as one of the witnesses in court, having to testify against her father’s actions towards her mother. According to sources, Bill was accused of domestic violence several times, which eventually persuaded Maureen to divorce this famed television personality in 2011. The process was quite exhausting for Madeline as she had to speak about all the incidents she saw in her parents’ relationship, including how her father choked Maureen and dragged her down the stairs. Bill fought for the custody over Madeline and her younger brother, Spencer, but the children were eventually given to Maureen.

Madeline O’Reilly Father, Bill O’Reilly

William James O’Reilly Jr. was born on the 10th September 1949, in New York City USA, he is the son of William James Sr. and Winifred Angela. Of Irish ancestry, he went to St. Brigid parochial school in Westbury, and later Chaminade High School, a private Catholic high school in Mineola. Upon matriculation, he enrolled at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, and spent a year at Queen Mary College at the University of London before graduating with a degree in history in 1971, then continuing his education at the Boston University, from which he obtained a master of arts degree in broadcast journalism.

Career Beginnings and Success Story of Madeline’s Father, Bill O’Reilly

Bill came a long way to obtain the fame he has today; during his years at Boston University, he interned for WBZ-TV and also wrote for a number of local newspapers.

One of his earliest jobs was at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he was a reporter and news anchor. He subsequently moved from station to station, before he reached CBS News, where he was hired as a correspondent. He reported on the wars in El Salvador, among other events, before he left CBS News due to a dispute which included Bob Schieffer’s uncredited use of Bill’s own footage which he and his crew made in Buenos Aires during the Falklands War. He was then ABC News correspondent from 1986 to 1989, and joined the show “Inside Edition”, syndicated through Kink World. During his time on the show, he covered the dismantling of the Berlin Wall, and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.It was in 1996 that Bill joined Fox News when it was just a startup, and helped build-up the station to where it is now; he started as the host of the “Bill O’Reilly Report”, later renamed to “Bill O’Reilly Factor”.

Conclusion

During his time on Fox, Madeline’s Father, Bill became one of the most praised television hosts, however, it all came to an end in April 2017, when he was fired by Fox News due to sexual and verbal harassment lawsuits from female Fox News colleagues, including Rebecca Diamond, Laurie Dhue, while Wendy Walsh spoke about Bill’s indecent proposal that she and Bill go to a hotel room. After she declined the offer, Wendy was denied a job as a Fox News contributor. Bill eventually paid over $50 million in settlements to half a dozen women.

Following his firing from Fox News, Bill started his own news podcast, named “No Spin News”.