Andrew Breitbart grew up in Los Angeles and went to Tulane University. He helped edit the Drudge Report and was a developer of the Huffington Post....
Andrew Breitbart grew up in Los Angeles and went to Tulane University. He helped edit the Drudge Report and was a developer of the Huffington Post. He is the author of Hollywood, Interrupted: Insanity Chic in Babylon -- The Case Against Celebrity.
Breitbart coordinated release of conservative activists' undercover ACORN videos.
Breitbart lived in Westwood with his wife, Susie, and their four young children, Samson, 12; Mia, 10; Charlie, 6; and William, 4.. He was adopted by moderately conservative Jewish parents and attended two of L.A.'s most exclusive private schools —Carlthorp and Brentwood.
His father, Gerald, owned Fox and Hounds, a landmark Tudor-style Santa Monica restaurant that later became the punk rock club Madame Wong's West. His mother, Arlene, was an executive at Bank of America in Beverly Hills and downtown L.A.
Breitbart is also survived by his sister, Tracy.
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