Terry Moran Married, Wedding, Wife, Children, Personal Life, Salary

By Staff Writer | Updated On: 06 Mar, 2019
Terry Moran Married, Wedding, Wife, Children, Personal Life, Salary

Quick Information

Date of Birth December 09, 1959 Age 61 Years 7 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Journalist
Marital Status Single Divorced/Engaged Karen Moran (Split 1990s)
Girlfriend/Dating Johanna Cox (engaged 2015) Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Social Media Twitter Height 5 Feet 10 Inches
Education Lawrence University Siblings Rick Moran (Brother)

Television industry provides a wide career opportunity for many newcomers. It is indeed a tough process for the beginners to turn themselves into the professionals. Luckily, Terry Moran has done it! He has become successful to establish himself as a popular name in the face of the television industry. By profession, he is an American television journalist.

Terry Moran Married, Wedding

Talking about his personal life, he was earlier married to Karen, but they underwent a divorce, and now he is engaged to Johanna Cox. They have two children- a daughter and a son. From his previous marriage, he has a young daughter of age 26, named Madeleine.

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Following Terry's and Johanna's engagement, they tied the wedding knots on 30 January. They are very happy together and continually flaunt their love life on social media.

Terry Moran enjoys quality time with his family on 30 January 2018 (Photo: Johanna Moran's Instagram)

It is undoubtedly sure that they are very happy. Terry has got it right this time and is very much in love with his wife Johanna.

He also shares a close bond with his eldest daughter, one from his previous marriage, and manages to share quality time with her despite the hectic schedule.

Terry Moran Short Bio

Terry was born on December 9, 1959, as Terence Patrick Moran. His birthplace was near Chicago, Illinois. He was raised in a happy family with ten siblings, so he shares a close bond to all of them. Terry's mother, who was very much interested in needlework, had great humor and tied family together. She had Alzheimer's Disease and died in 2000; the incident gives a great trauma to Terry even today.

Terry believes that his mom was his greatest inspiration and she taught him many things in life.

He did his graduation from Lawrence University in 1982. Not only remaining confined to the university degree, but he also received further training at the National Journalism Center which is known for coaching young journalists from a conservative perspective.

Terry Moran Career, Salary

If we look into his professional life, he did the work of correspondent and anchor for Court TV from 1990 to 1997. He collected a lot of praises for the coverage of the murder trials in Los Angeles relating to Lyle and Erik Menendez and O.J Simpson. Also, he was well praised for reporting on the Bosnian war crime trials.

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Then in 1997 after leaving Court TV, he joined ABC News. He worked as the primary correspondent serving his time to the U.S Supreme Court from 1998 to 1999. After this, he became the ABC News’ Chief White House Correspondent from September 1999 to November 2005.

During this period, he covered both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush when they each were president. And before his White House assignment, Moran also covered Vice President Al Gore’s presidential campaign. Then he also became one of the three full-time anchors for the program called Nightline.

Before this, from 2004 to 2005, he also had been the anchor of World News Tonight Sunday. In 2013, Moran was made the ABC News’ Chief Foreign Correspondent. For his outstanding work in the field of journalism, he has received various awards like the Lucia R. Briggs Distinguished Achievement Award which is given to alumni of Lawrence University for notable achievements and contributions in her career.

In 2006 and 2013, he also got rewarded with Merriman Smith Award from the White House Correspondents Association for superb work in presidential reporting. A Peabody Award was also given to him in 2007 for reporting the documentary “Out OF Control: AIDS in Black America.” So his successful career provides him with a good salary.

For his useful contribution in the field, Terry Moran undoubtedly earns a hefty amount of salary. Even though the exact amount is unknown, he is expected to have amassed a hefty amount.