Famous for her time as the host of A&E's series Monster In-Laws. She has also earned fame for her time as a legal analyst for CNN, for which she won the 2014 Gracie Award for outstanding non-fiction TV host.
She graduated with her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1990. She would subsequently earn her law degree from the Boston College Law School in 1994.
Her June 2011 TEDx motivational talk called "How To Stop Screwing Yourself Over" went viral on YouTube upon its release, and has earned more than 10 million views. In 2017, she had her second book The Five Second Rule published.
She and her husband Christopher share three children named Sawyer, Oakley, and Kendall.
She and Greta Van Susteren have both risen to fame as legal analysts for CNN.