Lynn Berry Biography

Published On Jan 03, 2016
Facts of Lynn Berry
Date of Birth: 1979 , June-30
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch
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After completing her high school education, Berry joined Miami University. There she majored in Mass Communications and she also graduated from there. While she was in Miami University, she also used to write for the university newspaper. Soon after her graduation, she took an intern at Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and then began working at NBC Page Program since 2001. From 2007, she began serving as a general assignment reporter at WNBC. That year she was also honored with the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Media Award. Her net worth is expected to be around $3 Million Dollars.

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Born in United States

June 30 , 1979

Cute and adorable, Lynn Marie Smith was born somewhere in United States to American parents. She is an American and is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and eight inch tall. She is kind of overweight.

Joined NBC Page Program

2001

After completing her high school education, Berry joined Miami University. There she majored in Mass Communications and she also graduated from there. While she was in Miami University, she also used to write for the university newspaper. Soon after her graduation, she took an intern at Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and then began working at NBC Page Program since 2001.

Joined WNBC

2007

After serving in the Today Show for several years, she joined WNBC as a general assignment reporter in June 2007. Seven months later, she was offered the role of co-anchor of "NBC 10 Weekend Today"

Won Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Award

2007

Talented, sexy and beautiful, Lynn Berry has been honored with several prestigious awards in her life. In 2007, she joined WNBC and that year she was also honored with the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Media Award.

Joined MSNBC

2010

From the start of 2009, she joined WNBC-TV/News 4 New York and she began serving them as a General Assignment Reporter. A year later in 2010, she joined MSNBC and she worked there for the next two years as an anchor of the show, First Look.