American TV journalist Amy Robach currently works for ABC News. She was a news anchor for Good Morning America before she replaced her senior correspondent Elizabeth Vargas as a host of ABC’s 20/20.
Formerly working as a national reporter for NBC News, Amy Robach has without any doubt marked her presence in the field of media. She is well known for her incredible analytical skills and astonishing TV presentation.
The sensational journalist not only poses an incredible professional career but also has an amusing personal life.
A Quick Look at Amy Robach’s Relationship
As equal to her popularity in front of the cameras, Amy has a propelling relationship story which makes her most-enticed TV celebrity among the global viewers.
Amy Robach got married to Tim McIntosh in 1996 and share two daughters together, namely Ava and Analise. But despite over 12 years of togetherness, the couple became the victim of a failed marriage, and in 2008, they agreed to an uncontested divorce.
After her divorce from Tim, Amy became attracted to former Melrose Place actor Andrew Shue in late 2009. The couple later tied the knots on 6th February 2010 at Chelsea Piers, in front of their close friends and families. The TV anchor shares three stepsons with her husband.
Amy Robach alongside her husband Andrew Shue at the premiere for Nightcap on November 15, 2016 (Photo: usmagazine.com)
Back in 2013, relating to the information from the wiki, Amy revealed that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in her show Good Morning America which somehow became a barrier in her married life.
During her interview with the People magazine back in 2015, Amy confessed that her ill health caused massive ups and downs in her relationship with Andrew. However, with therapy and medical care, the pair got back together and strengthened the marital bond which remains strong till this date.
Amy Robach’s Bio, Career, and Net Worth
The 45-years-old TV personality Amy Robach, born on 6th February 1973, grew up at her birthplace Michigan before moving to St. Louis, Missouri. Following her interest in the field of journalism, Amy graduated from Brookwood High School, Georgia. Moreover, Amy received a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Georgia.
Amy began her media career working at WTTG, the American news channel, in Washington, D.C. After WTTG, Robach joined NBC News in 2003 and worked as a morning anchor for almost four years.
With the height of 5'5" accompanied by sexy slim legs and soothing appearance, Amy is considered one of the hottest anchors of the Television industry.
The career high for Amy came after she joined ABC News on May 19, 2012 where Stephanie Ramos served as a news reporter. After initiating her career as a correspondent on Good Morning America, she went on to become the prominent news anchor of the same show in the late March 2014.
After taking a break from the media due to her severe cancer issues, Amy came back stronger and continued her proficient career at ABC. Amy has now switched to host ABC’s 20/20.
During her struggle due to the uncanny health conditions, the ABC anchor had to sadly cut her hair short for the process of chemotherapy. Taking account to the reports from dailymail, Amy pre-recorded the video of her hair being cut in the salon chair.
She then appeared with a new haircut and resumed her work as a host of Good Morning America.
Amy’s incredible salary replicates her tremendous works as a quality journalist. As per reports, Amy enjoys a splendid the annual salary of $300k which adds up to her already splendid net worth of $1.5 million.
Who Is Her Husband Andrew Shew?
Andrew Eppley Shue is an American actor known for his role as Billy Campbell on the television series, Melrose Place (1992–1999). He is on the Board of Directors for Do Something and also the co-founder of the social networking website CafeMom.
He was born in Wilmington, Delaware to his parents' mother, Anne Brewster, and father, James W. Shue. His mother is a bank executive while his father was a lawyer and real estate, developer.
Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Dartmouth in 1989. After graduation, he visited Zimbabwe where he simultaneously played soccer and taught high school math at Founders High School.
Gushing about his marital status, he was previously married to floral designer Jennifer Hageney from 1994-2008. They together had three sons named Nathaniel (b 1996), Aidan (b 1999) and Wyatt (b 2004). Their relationship could not survive for a long and ended in divorce in 2009.
However, in 2010, he got married to Amy Robach.