Amy Robach net worth: American television reporter Amy Joanne Robach. She currently works for ABC News. She also serves as a breaking news anchor and fill-in host for Good Morning America in addition to her duties as a co-anchor on 20/20. She hosted NBC’s Today on Saturdays, was an anchor for MSNBC and served as a national correspondent for NBC News. She has co-anchored 20/20 with David Muir since May of this year.
Robach spent his early years in East Lansing, Michigan, until his family relocated to St. Louis. They eventually settled back in Georgia, where she finished both high school and university. She earned her high school diploma from Brookwood in Snellville, Georgia, and her college degree with honors in broadcast journalism from the University of Georgia. In the 1995 Miss Georgia competition, she placed fourth.
Brief Information About Amy Robach
|February 6, 1973
United States of America
Amy Robach Net Worth
Among American newscasters, Amy Robach ranks first and has a net worth of $50 million. That’s how much she and her husband, actor-turned-internet mogul Andrew Shue, are worth collectively.
Reporter Amy Robach has spent the majority of her career at ABC News, where she has appeared on programs like “20/20” and “Good Morning America,” while Andrew Shue created Cafemom.com, an online community for mothers and other females that has at various points in its history been one of the most popular sites of its kind. Cafemom evolved into Cafe Media, now one of the most prominent and profitable online ad representation agencies.
Amy Robach Career
Robach got her start in television news in 1995 at WCBD in Charleston, South Carolina. She worked there until 1999 when she moved to Washington, DC to join the staff of WTTG.
She began working for MSNBC in 2003 and remained there for four years. From this point on, she was able to anchor for a portion of the morning newscasts in addition to her occasional guest hosting duties on shows including “Weekend Today,” “Countdown with Keith Olbermann,” and “Morning Joe.”
In 2007, she joined “Weekend Today” as a co-anchor. She held that position from May 2012 till she formally announced her departure. Although Robach’s promotion to a host of “Good Morning America” was originally reported in March 2014, she began her ABC News career as a correspondent.
She remained until 2018 when 20/20 extended an invitation to join the show as a co-anchor, at which point she accepted. Competing with “Dateline NBC” for two hours on Friday nights, the show focused on human interest stories, real crime, and in-depth investigations.
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Additionally, Robach has been the host of ABC’s “Pandemic: What You Need to Know” since March 2020. In light of the widespread impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States, the daytime shows “Strahan, Sara & Keke” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” were canceled. The network shifted to “GMA3: What You Need to Know,” which covered a wider range of issues as the pandemic lost its initial newsworthiness. Robach kept on hosting the show.
Amy Robach’s Family And Education
Amy moved to Georgia with her family during her teenage years, where she attended and graduated from Brookwood High School in the city of Snellville. She majored in broadcast journalism at Georgia University, where she received outstanding marks. As far as the 1995 Miss Georgia competition was concerned, she finished as the competition’s fourth runner-up.
Robach then married Tim McIntosh, with whom she had two children before their 2008 divorce. Ava was born in 2002, and Analise followed in 2006. After meeting former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue at a book party in April 2008, Robach proposed to him in 2009. They tied the knot in The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers on Robach’s 37th birthday, February 6, 2010, right next to the Hudson River. Robach’s marriage to Andrew Shue produced three stepsons: Nate, Aidan, and Wyatt.