American TV journalist Ann Curry dragged the attention of global viewers as the first female news reporter for KGW in Portland. Ann previously worked at NBC News as a prominent anchor of the Today show.
In her more than 30-year professional media career, Ann has achieved grand success and has enticed massive global TV viewers. Not only that, the hot and sexy reporter has attracted a large number of male fans, who are curious to have a dig at her off-screen whereabouts. She was once ranked as the 17th sexiest woman over 50.
Ann Curry’s Joyous Married Life
Ann shares a blissful married life with her husband, Brian Ross. Brian works as a software executive at FIX Flyer, LLC. Ann and Brian met for the first time while studying at the University of Oregon. After falling in romantic love for a while, the couple decided to walk down the aisle together in 1989.
Ann Curry with her husband, Brian Ross, and daughter, McKenzie, and son, William Walker Curry Ross. (Photo: Heavy)
As glorious as it gets, Ann and Brian remain soulfully close to each other for nearly 30 years since sharing the wedding vows. The pair currently resides in New Canaan, Connecticut, with daughter, McKenzie, and son, William Walker Curry Ross.
Ann Curry’s Wiki: Bio, Career & Net Worth
Ann Curry was born on 19 November 1956, in Guam, USA. She grew up with five siblings to parents, Bob Curry (father) and Hiroe Nagase (mother). Ann was inspired by her parents’ love story to pursue her career as a journalist.
After graduating with a B.A. in journalism from the University of Oregon in 1978, Ann initiated her media career as an intern at then NBC-affiliate, KTVL in Medford, Oregon. Ann served as the station’s first female reporter.
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Ann's career took a new turn when she joined NBC News in 1990. Firstly, Ann worked as the NBC News Chicago correspondent, and as the anchor of NBC News at Sunrise for five years starting from 1991.
Ann served as a news anchor at Today from 1997 to 2011. Subsequently, Ann was named as the co-anchor of the show in June 2011.
Ann's net worth dwells above $10 million, thanks to her commanding media salary.
Fired From NBC / Today
On June 28, 2012, Ann left Today, and the rumor hit the internet stating Ann was fired from the show. She was believed to be let-go due to lack of chemistry with her co-anchor Matt Lauer.
Ann officially announced her departure from NBC News in January 2015.
Ann revealed to the Washington Post that Matt Lauer, former host of NBC’s Today, sexually harassed an NBC female reporter in 2012. She stated that she immediately approached two members of NBC’s management team after being informed about the harassment from the victim.
The revelation came when Matt Lauer was let go by NBC in November 2017, following the sexual misconduct allegations. In her interview with PEOPLE, Ann accused of former sexual harassment that existed on the show when she was working as a co-host. Ann further added that she felt for the women who had to go through such an inappropriate incident and added the same occurrence led her exit from the show.
Ann Curry and her former NBC co-host, Matt Laurer. (Photo: pagesix.com)
In May 2019, at Variety's Inclusion Diversity & Hollywood Summit when asked about the Matt Lauer-incident, she left everyone astounded by her comment- " Matt Lauer Who?". On occasion, she hinted on some of the stories behind her termination.
On 29 November 2017, Matt Lauer was fired when the solid proofs behind the allegations were verified, and the NBC's executives came to know about the matter. It was the first time in Matt's 20 years in NBC that he was reported of the allegations. The company has thus presented with the reasons that meet up to Matt's innocence.
Amid former NBC co-host, Matt's comeback- Matt's former NBC boss and close friend, Jeff Zucker officially refused that he would be giving his good friend a second chance by hiring him at CNN.
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Meanwhile, Ann who was compelled to forsake her position for merely speaking against the sexual misconduct- is almost set to make her grand comeback via CBS. Her well-wishers and fans can expect her as a host in shows like 60 Minutes or the Evening News. The details on the dates and timings are yet to come.