Father: Harold Giuliani, a tavern owner
Mother: Helen (D’Avanzo) Giuliani, a secretary
Marriages: Judith Nathan (May 24, 2003-2019, divorced); Donna Hanover (April 15, 1984-July 10, 2002, divorced); Regina Peruggi (October 26, 1968-1982, annulled)
Children: with Donna Hanover: Caroline and Andrew
Education: Manhattan College, B.A., 1965; New York University Law School, J.D., 1968 (magna cum laude)
Religion: Roman Catholic
Widely credited with New York’s revitalization during the 1990s, when crime dropped significantly and the economy boomed.
His first marriage, to Regina Peruggi, was annulled after 14 years when Giuliani discovered he and his wife were second cousins.
His father, Harold Giuliani, served time in prison for armed robbery in the 1930s.
1968-1970 – After graduating from law school, Giuliani clerks for Southern District of New York Judge Lloyd MacMahon.
1970 – Joins the office of the US Attorney.
1975-1977 – Moves to Washington after being named associate deputy attorney general and chief of staff to Deputy Attorney General Harold Tyler.
1977-1981 – Returns to New York and joins the law firm of Patterson, Belknap, Webb and Tyler.
1981-1983 – Serves as associate attorney general, the third-highest position in the US Department of Justice.
1983-1989 – US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. During this time, Giuliani gains national prominence for prosecuting Ivan Boesky, Michael Milken and various mafia figures.
1989 – Giuliani resigns as US attorney and makes his first run for mayor of New York. He loses to David Dinkins in a close race.
1993 – Becomes the first Republican mayor of New York in 20 years, after defeating Dinkins.
January 1, 1994-December 31, 2001 – Mayor of New York.
1997 – Is reelected mayor by a wide margin, carrying four of New York’s five boroughs.
April 27, 2000 – Discloses that he is suffering from prostate cancer.
May 19, 2000 – Announces that he is dropping out of the race for the US Senate to focus on cancer treatment.
2001 – Is named Time’s Person of the Year.
2002 – His book, “Leadership,” is published.
January 2002 – Leaves the mayor’s office and founds Giuliani Partners, a security consulting firm.
March 2005 – Joins the Texas law firm of Bracewell & Patterson as a partner. The firm is then renamed Bracewell & Giuliani.
February 5, 2007 – Files a statement of candidacy with the FEC for the 2008 presidential election.
May 23, 2009 – Gets into an argument with publisher and filmmaker John McCluskey, who is later arrested for allegedly threatening to punch Giuliani.
December 7, 2019 – After Giuliani returns from a trip to Ukraine, where he reportedly met with numerous former officials and filmed scenes for a TV show on the One America News Network, Trump announces that his personal lawyer is going to submit a report to Congress and the attorney general about his findings.