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Maria Mudd-Ruth Bio, Age, Parents, Siblings, Husband, Kids, Books Net Worth

Maria Mudd-Ruth Biography (Roger Hudd’s Daughter)

A native of Washington, D.C., Maria Mudd-Ruth is an American author best known for her book A Sideways Look at Clouds which was published in 2017.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Age

Mudd-Ruth was born in 1960. She is 61 years old as of 2021.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Parents

Mudd-Ruth is the daughter of the late Roger Mudd and Emma Jeanne Spears Mudd. Her father was an American broadcast journalist who was a correspondent and anchor for CBS News and NBC News.

He was also the primary anchor for The History Channel and was weekend and weekday substitute anchor for the CBS Evening News. Roger was also the co-anchor of the weekday NBC Nightly News, and the host of the NBC-TV Meet the Press and American Almanac TV programs.

Her mother, Emma Jeanne Spears died in 2011 while her father Roger died on March 9, 2021, at the age of 93. He died at his home in McLean from complications of kidney failure.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Photo
Maria Mudd-Ruth Photo

Maria Mudd-Ruth Siblings

Mudd Ruth has three siblings; all brothers. Their names are Daniel H. Mudd, the former CEO of Fortress Investment Group LLC and the former CEO of Fannie Mae.

Her other brother is Jonathan Mudd, a singer and songwriter and the third brother is Matthew Hudd.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Husband

Mudd Ruth is married to her husband Mike Ruth. Her husband is a mapmaker, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professor, and enthusiast.

At the moment there is no more information available about her husband Mike. The couple resides in Olympia, Washington.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Children

It is currently not known whether Maria and her husband Mike have any children together. We will update this information as soon as it is available.

Maria Mudd-Ruth Books

Mudd-Ruth is the author of A Sideways Look at Clouds which was published in 2017. Other of her published books include;

  • Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet
  • The Ultimate Ocean Book
  • The Butterfly
  • Hawks and Owls,
  • The Beetle (3-D portfolios)
  • The Pacific Coast
  • Snakes
  • The Tundra
  • The Southwest Deserts


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