Born in the year 1979 on 23rd February, in Carlsbad situated in California, United States of America, Sarah Elizabeth Cupp spent the better half of her childhood days in Andover situated in Massachusetts in the United States of America. There is not much information available about her childhood days and the name of her parents is not disclosed. There is also no information about whether she had any siblings or not.

She did her schooling from the Academy of Notre Dame which was an all girls school situated in Andover in Massachusetts, United States of America. During her early days, she was a trained dancer and was associated with Washington Ballet, Boston Ballet, and Ellicott City Ballet. She went on to attend the Cornell University and graduated with a degree in Art History in the year 2000 from there. From a very young age, she had an interest in acting and therefore, she went on to become a part of the Cornell Daily Sun.

After her graduation from the Cornell University in the year 2000, she was recruited by the New York Times and she was also a part of The Arena. She also made several television appearances on popular channels such as Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC. After this, she went on to attend the Gallatin School of Individualized Study which comes under the New York University. She graduated with a masters degree in Religious Studies in the year 2010 from there. During her time at the University, she was also recruited by the Daily News in the year 2009 owing to her great work. Until the time she finished her studies at the University, her articles were already published in a very popular publication such as The American Spectator, The Washington Post, Human Events, New York Daily News, etc. 

She left Daily News in the year 2011 and went on to join Mercury Radio Arts. She went to the host the show named S.E. Cupp and airs on TheBlaze TV. She went on to join MSNBC as a host in the year 2012 and began hosting the show named The Cycle. She was also the part of the Conservative Political Action Conference which is an annual political conference which is held for the activists. She withdrew from being a member there owing to their views on same-sex marriage. She is now a member of the Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry. In the year 2013, she left hosting the show The Cycle in favor of becoming a panelist on the show Crossfire which airs on CNN.

Talking about her personal life, she is married to her long-time boyfriend John Goodwin and the couple got married in the year 2013. Her husband John is the former chief of staff of the Raul Labrador. Cupp and her husband are proud parents of a son named John Davies Goodwin II. There is no information about them having any other children. Her biography is available on various major sites. Her salary is expected to be very high with a fairly good net worth.

Last Modified: Apr 6, 2020

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