Naomi Judd played the "Honey" character in An Evergreen Christmas in 2014. Naomi Judd was also a judge and mentor in the television reality competition series Can You Duet.

Naomi Judd was also a host at Naomi's New Morning talk show on Hallmark Channel. Naomi Judd was a member of the popular singing duo known as The Judds 

Naomi Judd and her daughter Wynonna Judd's duo won many awards. Naomi Judd won her first Grammy award in 1985 for the Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal For "Mama He's Crazy" 

she won her second Grammy in 1986 for the Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal For "Why Not Me" and later she won another Grammy In 1987 for Best Country Performance 

Naomi Judd also won a Grammy in 1989 for the Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal For "Give a Little Love".  

Naomi Judd won her one more Grammy in 1992 for Best Country Song For "Love Can Build A Bridge" artist: The Judds and one more Grammy in 1992 for the Best Country Performance

Naomi Judd was born on 11 January 1946 in Ashland, Kentucky, United States. and in 2022 her age was 76 years. Naomi Judd always wanted to become a country music singer and actress  

Naomi Judd came to the limelight when she won Grammy awards. Naomi Judd completed her studies at nursing school at California's College of Marin. 

Naomi Judd's marital status is married. Naomi Judd first married Michael C. Ciminella in 1964 and in 1972 they separated and later Naomi Judd married Larry Strickland in 1989.

Naomi Judd is a popular American country music singer and actress. Naomi Judd was born on 11 January 1946 in Ashland, Kentucky, United States. and in 2022 her age was 76 years.