Ann Curry is an American journalist and news TV anchor who is also known for her reporting from several countries during war-stricken times. She has covered reports from several countries like Darfur, Congo, Syria, Iraq, Kosovo, Lebanon, Israel and several others during the extreme conditions.
Curry is also recognized as an anchor for TV shows like NBC News, The Today Show and so on. At present, Curry has started her own multi-platform media startup. While Curry continues to cover major interviews on the network with several prominent figures as guests. You might also want to check out other articles on NBC journalists like Ann Coulter, Sam Seder and more
Ann Curry: Early life, education, and career
Ann Curry was born on November 19, 1956, in Guam, the U.S. which makes her nationality an American. She was born to her parents Bob Curry who is from Colorado and her Japanese mother Hiroe Nagase. Curry has four siblings altogether. Living most of her life in Japan, Curry graduated from Ashland High School after moving to Oregon in the United States. After graduation, she attended the University of Oregon where she graduated with a B.A. degree majoring in Journalism.
In the year 1978 Ann began her career as an intern in KTVL which was actually an NBC-affiliated channel. After that, she joined the NBC-affiliate KGW in Portland. Four years later, she started working as a reporter in the KCBS-TV. For her reporting on the channel, she received two Emmy Awards as well. Formally in the year 1990, Curry joined the NBC News and started working as a correspondent then she moved on to become an anchor in the NBC News at Sunrise.
#Latergram by NBC photographer Mike Simon of Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif, who presented Iran's nuclear proposals to the world today. He used a power-point and spoke in English to make sure there are no misunderstandings. This photo is in his hotel room in Geneva last night where he told us, "failure is not an option."
Similarly, the news anchor has additionally served as a substitute anchor for several other anchors filling in for TV news programs like Today, NBC Nightly News and many others. While on the network, she served as a reporter covering stories from around the world, which included the most critical events like tsunamis in Asia to Earthquake in Haiti. Later she departed from the show Today and started her own production company, with a PBS series named We’ll Meet Again.
Ann Curry: Husband and personal life
Talking about the personal life of this talented journalist, she is also a family woman. Curry married her college sweetheart Brian Ross who is also a software executive. The couple is happily married for long years and never since been apart.
Curry and Ross have two children together, their daughter, McKenzie, and a son, William Walker Curry Ross. The family lives in New Canaan, Connecticut at the moment.
Ann Curry: Net worth
Ann is now one of the veteran journalists and reporter with plenty of remarkable achievements she has made so far. Besides these achievements, Curry also makes a good salary from her work. Currently, she has a net worth estimation of $10 million. Despite the net worth, her salary and income are not clearly differentiated as of now.
Ann Curry is also active on social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. On her Instagram account, she has 50.6k followers at the moment. You can also see her photography skills on her Instagram page.