His first marriage was annulled after 14 years when he says he discovered he was married to his second cousin.
(1994-2001) Mayor of New York City.
Awarded the title Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for his outstanding help and support to the bereaved British families in New York by Queen Elizabeth II. [October 2001]
Named one of People Magazine's "25 Most Intriguing People of the Year 2001."
Named Time Magazine's "Person of the Year 2001."
Named A&E's "Biography of the Year 2001."
(December 23, 2001) Named Time Magazine's "Person of the Year" for his performance during and after the terrorist attacks on New York City that caused the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
During his term as mayor, regularly appeared on Saturday Night Live (1975), frequently to comment on current events and to good-naturedly mock his own performance.
Married longtime girlfriend Judith Nathan on the lawn of his former residence, Gracie Mansion, by mayor Michael Bloomberg. The 400 guests included Yogi Berra, Henry Kissinger, Beverly Sills, Vera Wang, Donald Trump, former New York governor Hugh Carey, and Barbara Walters. Giuliani's son Andrew was the best man; Nathan's daughter Whitney was the maid of honor. (24 May 2003).
Was a Democrat until he switched parties in 1975.
Graduate of New York University Law School
Dressed as Marilyn Monroe and performed "Happy birthday, Mr. President" at the Inner Circle dinner, where New York City journalists satirize city, state and national politics, then was joined by Julie Andrews, also in drag, on stage. (8 March 1997)
Attained pop culture status when he appeared on Saturday Night Live (1975) as a New York City cab driver who, complaining about the city, utters the line "Friggin' Giuliani.".
Father, with Donna Hanover, of daughter, Caroline Rose Giuliani (aka Caroline Rose Giuliani), born in 1989, and son, Andrew Giuliani (aka Andrew Harold Giuliani), born on January 30, 1986.
Portrayed by James Woods in the biopic, Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (2003).
Celebrities Kelsey Grammer, Adam Sandler, Bo Derek, Kevin James, Jon Voight, Joel Surnow, John Elway, Jeff Gordon and Johnny Damon all endorsed his bid for President in 2008.
Born on the exact same day as Gladys Knight, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Sondra Locke and Billy Vera.
He gained ample attention in 2001 for being mayor of New York when the World Trade Center was attacked on 11 September of that year. The political activist group Outspoken Word Troupe published a piece called "A Tale of Two Giulianis", in reference to anti-globalization protester Carlo Giuliani, killed by the police at the G8 protest in Genoa, Italy in July of that year. The collection of poems contrasted the two men.