Kelly Corrigan Biography
Kelly Corrigan is an American four-time New York Times best-selling writer. She is best known as the host of Exactly, a 2017 series where top-notch masterminds take on big-time ideas. Season one guests include Walter Isaacson, Bj Novak, Margaret Atwood, Jason Segel, and John Cleese.
Kelly attended Radnor High School. She is also a proud graduate of The University of Richmond and has a Masters’s degree in Literature from San Fransisco State University.
Kelly had her first book “The Middle Place”, published on January 8, 2008(hardcover) and December 23, 2008(paperback). This book is a memoir about her Irish-American father’s battle with cancer and her own triumph over the disease.
At its peak, the paperback copy has risen to No.2 on the Trade Paperback Non-fiction New York Times bestseller list to date. In addition, the hardcover reached position 2 on the Nonfiction New York Times bestseller list. It was also recognized by Barnes and Noble as part of the “Discover Great New Writers” campaign.
Her second book “Lift” was published in 2010 and reached No.2 on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is written in form of a letter to her children and is an examination of risk and parenthood through the reflection of three true stories.
Kelly Corrigan Age
Corrigan is 54 years old as of August 2021. She was born on August 16, 1967, in Radnor, Pennsylvania, the United States of America. In addition, Kelly celebrates his birthday on August 16th every year.
Kelly Corrigan Family
Kelly is the daughter of George Corrigan(father), a former Radnor Lacrosse coach, and Mary Corrigan(mother). She has an older brother named George, a former assistant coach of the Philadelphia Wings.
Kelly Corrigan Husband | Children
Corrigan is married to her husband Edward Lichty. The couple lives together outside San Fransisco with their two daughters. She has not disclosed much about her husband. The couple is blessed with two children; Georgia and Claire.
Kelly Corrigan Net Worth
Corrigan has an estimated net worth of over $1 Million. Her income is mainly from her successful career as an author.
- The Middle Place (2005)
- The Middle Place (2008)
- Lift (2010)
- Glitter and Glue (2014)
- Tell Me More (2018)