Jane Pauley is an American television anchor and journalist. 67-year-old Pauley active in journalism career since 1972, is currently is the anchor of CBS Sunday Morning, and the former face of NBC's Today program for 13 years.
Jane Pauley's early life and education
Jane Pauley was born as Margaret Jane Pauley in Indianapolis, Indiana, the United States of America to Richard Pauley and Mary Pauley. She has a sister named Ann Pauley.
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Jane Pauley is of American nationality and her ethnicity is white. She was enrolled at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis and she graduated from there in 1968. Later, she attended Indiana University in Bloomington. Since her childhood days, she used to compete in debate and public speaking tournaments.
Jane Pauley's journalism career
After completing her college education, she then began working for then-CBS affiliate WISH-TV in Indianapolis. In was 1975, when Pauley began her career with NBC, by joining WMAQ-TV in Chicago. She hosted the Today show from 1976 to December 29, 1989, first with Tom Brokaw from 1976 to December 1981 and then with Bryant Gumbel.
Alongside Candice Bergen and Jay Leno, Jane Pauley hosted the 42nd Primetime Emmy Awards in 1990 and also served as a substitute anchor for NBC Nightly News.
Then in 1992, Jane Pauley co-anchored NBC's Dateline which was launched on March 31, 1992. After working in the show till 2003 with Stone Phillips, she began working as a host of The Jane Pauley Show, a syndicated daytime talk show distributed by NBC Universal.
Following the show's cancellation in 2008, she remained free from affiliation with any organization for a year and campaigned publicly for former President Obama in her home state of Indiana. Later in March 2009, Pauley returned to the Today show as a contributor host before joining CBS Sunday Morning as a guest host in 2014.
On October 9, 2016, she became the full-time employee of CBS Sunday Morning. Jane Pauley is also known for her appearance in Zoolander 2 (2016) and Madam Secretary (2014).
Jane Pauley's Awards
She has won many awards for her outstanding performance which include Emmy Awards as well as the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Jane Pauley's married life and children
Talking about her personal life, Jane Pauley is a married woman and lives happily with her husband cartoonist Garry Trudeau, author of Doonesbury. The duos got married on June 14, 1980.
They have 3 children together: twins Rachel and Ross (born in 1983), and Thomas Trudeau (born in 1986). Jane is also the grandmother of 2 grandchildren.
She is not involved in any kind of extramarital affairs and is not rumored to be having any boyfriend. They are living happily and there is not any sign of divorce.
She is popular in the world for her 13-year tenure on NBC's Today program and for her public acknowledgments of her struggle with bipolar disorder. She has a height of 5ft 3 inches and is active on Twitter where she has 7K followers.
Jane Pauley's net worth
She earned a lot of money with her career, though her salary and properties details are undercover. As of 2018, it is estimated that her net worth is $40 million.
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