An American commentator, host, writer as well as attorney Tamara Holder was born in Chicago, Illinois. Currently, she serves on Fox News Channel as a contributor and guest host. Holder was grown up in La Junta, Colorado. She attended University of Arizona. She then went on to join the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois.
Tamara Holder is now a contributor for the Fox News Channel. Previous to that, multi talented Tamara has established herself as a prominent media personality in te United States appearing as a frequent guest for many reputed channels such as CNN, HLN, and TruTV. In addition, Tamara has also written for The Huffington Post, The Daily Caller, and Grass Roots. Besides, Holder is a frequent radio guest on WABC’s “Hannity”.
Holder was recognized by Congresswoman Sheila Jackson on 16th February 2007 for her work with fired railroad workers during a hearing of the Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on transportation and Infrastructure Protection. Holder testified as an expert witness before the Congressional Committee of Transportation, Sub Committee of Maritime and Infrastructure on 12th July, 2007.
She also guest hosted The Five on 12th and 13th March of 2012. Prior to that, she has also made her appearance in the movie “Atlas Shrugged: Part II” in the year 2012 in which she played herself along with Sean Hannity, Juan Williams and Bob Beckel.
She has also written the forward to the book titled Hanging on by My Fingernails. In addition, Holder has also provided legal opinions on cases such as Governor Blagojevich, Casey Anthony, Michael Jackson. She also provides political commentary from a Democratic perspective.
To talk about her personal life, Tamara Holder is a single woman. She is not married yet. She has maintained her profile so low that the information about her personal life is out of the media. When it comes to work, Tamar is very serious. But she is fun loving as well.
Apart from that, she is also the founder of xpunged.com which is the site for those seeking to clear a criminal record. She was named as one of the “50 People Who Make Chicago a Better Place” by the Chicago Sun-Times. She has also created another website called www.theholderposition.com in which one can check her legal and political analysis.