Who Is Rush Limbaugh’s Ex-Wife Marta Fitzgerald? Everything On Net Worth And Family

Rush Limbaugh’s ex-wife Marta Fitzgerald is a former aerobics instructor.

Marta’s ex-husband Rush Limbaugh was a legendary American radio host. He was well recognized through his syndicated show, The Rush Limbaugh Show.

Further, Rush was known for his works as a political commentator, TV presenter, and author.

Rush Limbaugh passed away on February 17 after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 70 years old at the time of his death.

Quick Facts:

Name Rush Limbaugh
Birthday January 12, 1951
Age 70 (Deceased)
Gender Male
Nationality American
Profession Radio Host, Political Commentator
Siblings David
Net Worth $600 million
Salary $85 million
Married/Single Married
Wife Kathryn Rogers
Children None
Divorce Roxy Maxine McNeely, Michelle Sixta, Marta Fitzgerald

Who Is Rush Limbaugh’s Ex-Wife Marta Fitzgerald? 

Marta Fitzgerald previously worked as an aerobics instructor.

However, Rush Limbaugh’s ex-wife’s current job remains confidential.

Marta was 35 years old when she got married to her deceased ex-husband on May 27, 1994. Judging by that, her age should be 61 years old as of Feb. 2021.

Marta and Rush eventually separated after 10 years of marriage in 2004.

Facts About Rush Limbaugh

  1. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Rush Limbaugh had a net worth amounting to $600 million at the time of his death.
  2. Rush Limbaugh’s cause of death is announced as lung cancer. He battled cancer for a long time before eventually passing away at the age of 70 on February 17, 2021.
  3. About Rush Limbaugh’s family, the radio host didn’t father any children despite getting married to four women at different points in his life.
  4. Rush Limbaugh had three ex-wives: Roxy Maxine McNeely, Michelle Sixta, and Marta Fitzgerald.
  5. At the time of his death, Rush was married to his fourth wife Kathryn Rogers. The couple got married in 2010 after dating for three years.
  6. Regarding his income, Limbaugh earned a salary amounting to $85 million. He was one of the highest-paid radio personalities.
  7. Rush had a brother in his family named David. David works as a right-wing commentator.
  8. Limbaugh was famous for his conservative views. He was even called a “conservative media icon.”