Timeline of Ann Curry
|Date of Birth:||1956 , November-19|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Ann Curry|
|Working For||NBC News|
|Salary||$ 10 Million|
|Weight in KG||56 kg|
|Married to||Brian Ross|
|Children||McKenzie Ross, William Walker Curry Ross|
|Education||University of Oregon|
|TV Show||Today (since 1952)|
One of the most renowned ladies, Ann Curry is an American television personality, news journalist and photojournalist. She is one of the best television journalists in the world and worked for big channels. She is popular being a prominent anchor of NBC news.
Ann Curry's early life
Ann Curry was born on in Guam, the United States to Bob Curry, a naval sailor and Hiroe Nagase, a house maker. Her father is an American and mother is Japanese. She is American and is of white ethnicity.
As a child, Ann Curry attended Ernest J. King School. She later enrolled at the Ashland High School and later graduated from the University of Oregon, with a bachelor's degree in arts.
Ann Curry's career
Ann Curry started her career in the year 1978. Since then she has worked with news channels like NBC News.
Ann Curry's married life
She is a married woman. She got married to Brian Ross. Brian Ross is a software executive. She had affair with Brian Ross from their college days.
Their relationship is based on trust and mutual understanding so there are fewer chances of divorce between them. They have two children together, a daughter called McKenzie Ross and son William Walker Curry Ross.
She is very popular in the social networking site, especially on Twitter. She has 1.5 million followers on Twitter and this proves her stardom in the site.
Ann Curry's net worth
Ann Curry received an annual salary of $2 million from the show, Today starting from the year 2012 till 2015. Her net worth is $10 million.
In 1978, Ann Curry used to receive a salary of $2,000 while working as an intern at NBC. Her salary was $59,000 while she worked with KTVL.
Back in 2003, Ann Curry purchased a house worth $2.9 million at the West 71st Street.
Ann Curry facts on timeline
Born in Guam, United StatesNovember 19 , 1956
Ann Curry was born in Guam, United States to Bob Curry, a naval sailor and Hiroe Nagase, a house maker. Her father is an American and mother is Japanese. She is American and is of white ethnicity.
Graduated from University of Oregon1978
Ann Curry lived in Japan when she was child. There she attended Ernest J. King School and started her education career. Later she moved to Oregon and she completed her graduation from University of Oregon with major BA in journalism in 1978.
Began her Career1978
Just after her graduation Ann Curry started her board casting career. She started her career by working for the KTVL as an intern. She did a job of reporter for that channel. She did that job from the year 1978 to 1980.
Joined KGW Channel1980
Ann Curry was the station first female reporter in KTVL and after that she got an opportunity to work in NBC affiliate KGW channel. She worked as a reporter and an anchor over there. She did that job from the year 1980 to 1984.
Joined KCBS TV1984
Ann Curry moved to Los Angeles and worked for big channel called KCBS channel. She did the job of reporters over there. She did that job from the year 1984 to 1990. While there, she won two Emmy Awards.
Joined NBC News1990
After spending six years in KCBS TV, she joined NBC News. First she worked as the network's Chicago correspondent and later she started anchoring on NBC News at Sunrise. She did that job from 1990 to 1996.
Departure from Today ShowJune 28 , 2012
In 2011, Ann Curry replaced Meredith Vieira as anchor on the Today Show. But curry was planning to replace by that show due to Today's falling rate in 2012. Curry officially left the show by giving an emotional speech on June 28 of same year.
Won Emmy Awards1987
Ann Curry won this award three times till now. First she won this award in 1987 for the coverage of Los Angeles earthquake and at the same year she won again for reporting of San Bernardino gas pipeline. Third time she won this award in 2007 for her reporting about Darfur crisis.