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Amy Robach Biography
Amy Robach is an American television reporter, journalist and anchor. She serves as a television presenter for ABC News. Amy is the co-anchor of 20/20 and the breaking news anchor/fill-in anchor for Good Morning America. Previously, she was a national correspondent for NBC News, co-host of the Saturday edition of NBC’s Today, and anchor on MSNBC. Amy has been the co-anchor of 20/20 alongside David Muir since May 2018, replacing Elizabeth Vargas.
She joined ABC News in 2012 as a correspondent and became Good Morning America’s news anchor in 2014 and co-anchor of 20/20 in 2018. After realizing she had breast cancer as a result of an on-air mammogram in 2013, she wrote the New York Times best-selling book, Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On to Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour.
Amy Robach Age
Amy Robach was born on February 6, 1973 she is 46 years old as of year 2019.
Amy Robach Height
Amy stands at a height of 1.65 m.
Amy Robach Family
Robach was born in St. Joseph, Michigan, Robach grew up in East Lansing, Michigan before moving to St. Louis, Missouri. Robach’s family moved again to Georgia where she attended high school and college.
She is a cousin of former Nashville Star contestant Matt Lindahl. Robach’s aunt and uncle were performing-arts teachers at her high school.
Amy Robach Education
Robach attended high school and college in Georgia. She graduated from Brookwood high school in Snellville, Georgia and from the University of Georgia with high honours in broadcast journalism. Robach was 4th runner-up in the 1995 Miss Georgia Pageant.
Amy Robach Husband
Robach was married to his husband Tim McIntosh from 1996 until filing for an uncontested divorce in 2008. The couple have two daughters, Ava (2002) and Analise (2006).
Robach later became engaged to former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue in September 2009, after meeting him at a book party the prior April. Robach and Melrose got married on Robach’s 37th birthday, February 6, 2010, at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, adjacent to the Hudson River. She has three stepsons from her marriage to Andrew Shue, Nate (1997) Aidan (1999) and Wyatt (2004).
Tim Mcintosh Amy Robach
Robach got married to Tim Mcintosh, baseball player in 1996 after dating for few years. The couple spent almost 12 years together and got a divorce in 2008.
They have two daughters: Ava (2002) and Analise (2006).
Amy Robach Hair
Robach didn’t want cancer and the effects of chemotherapy to have control over everything, so the Good Morning Americacorrespondent decided she would make the choice to cut her hair short.
Amy Robach Gma|Leaves Good Morning America
Robach before appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America program as a correspondent. She became the show’s news anchor on March 31, 2014. she announced she would be leaving to become the new anchor of 20/20. She continues to work on “GMA” as a breaking-news anchor, shipping out to cover major news, such as natural disasters, in the field.
Amy Robach ABC
Amy is the co-anchor of ABC’s “20/20” and reports for “Good Morning America” and across ABC News. Previously, she was news anchor for ABC’s “Good Morning America” beginning in 2014.
Amy has traveled nationally and internationally to cover major news events since she joined ABC News. Some of her news report include the terrorist attacks in Manchester, UK and in Brussels, Belgium, as well as the mass shootings at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, TX, Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Sandy Hook elementary school in Newton, Connecticut, and targeting police officers in Dallas, TX. Amy contributed to network-wide coverage on Election Night 2016 from Trump headquarters and the Washington Mall in Washington, DC for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration.
Amy has reported and anchored a number of “20/20” programs for ABC News. Most recently, she interviewed the California couple accused of a “Gone Girl” abduction hoax after enduring a real life, terrifying kidnapping. Amy spoke exclusively with Leanna Taylor, the woman whose ex-husband was convicted of their toddler death in a hot car. She largely covered the University of Virginia campus rape case landing the first interview with Dean Nicole Eramo following the retraction of the infamous Rolling Stone article.
Amy Robach NBC
Prior to joining ABC News, Amy worked at NBC News from 2003 to 2012. She was the co-anchor of Saturday TODAY and an NBC News National Correspondent in 2007. During that time, Amy also filled in as weekday TODAY co-anchor and newsreader and NBC Nightly News anchor. Apart from that, Amy was an anchor for MSNBC from 2003-2007. Additionally, Amy also worked as a correspondent for WTTG TV in Washington, DC and WCBD TV in Charleston, SC.
Amy Robach Breast Cancer
On November 11, 2013, Robach announced on Good Morning America that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after receiving a mammogram on live television on October 1, 2013, and after undergoing follow-up tests. Robach took a leave from broadcasting to undergo a bilateral mastectomy. On November 22, 2013, Robach revealed that during the surgery, doctors found a second malignant tumor in her other breast and that the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes (classified as Stage IIB). She then underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy, radiation and reconstructive surgery.rs: Ava (2002) and Analise (2006).
Amy Robach Salary
Robach current net worth is estimated to be around $1.5million. Her annual salary stands at an impressive $300,000.
Amy Robach Diet And Exercise
Robach reported that she has been giving speeches around the country about taking health seriously and being aware that cancer does not discriminate but she was not taking care of what was happening inside her body. When she experienced life with cancer she understood what was possible now she spends an hour six days a week either running, boxing or weight training. She reports hat she regularly wakes up at 4 a.m.
Robach during her free time yo will find her gardening. They grow amazing Zucchini, tomatoes, squashes, broccoli and cucumbers which she believes that everything that somebody puts in her or his body should fuel their heat and brain.
Amy Robach Book
Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On to Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour this a book written by Robach it is more than a story of illness and recovery.
She recounts the day she and her husband, Andrew Shue, got the terrible news; the difficulty of telling her two young daughters, and the challenges of carrying on with the everyday duties of parenting, nurturing a fledgling second marriage, and managing a public career. She lays bare the emotional toll of her experience and mines her past for the significant moments that gave her the resilience to face each day. And she describes the incredible support network that lifted her when she hit bottom.
With honesty, humility, and humor, She connects deeply with women just like her who have struggled with any kind of sudden adversity. She shares valuable wisdom about the power of the human spirit to endure the worst—and find the way to better which is the most important.