Amy Robach Biography
Amy Robach is an American television broadcaster and reporter for ABC News. Robach was the co-anchor of 20/20 and the anchor of breaking news or fill-in anchor for Good Morning America before she served NBC News as the national correspondent, Saturday edition co-host for NBC Today, and an anchor for CNBC.
Amy Robach Age
Amy was born on February 6, 1973, in St.Joseph, Michigan, USA.
Amy Robach Height
Robach stands at the height of 5 feet4 inches tall.
Amy Robach Education
Robach graduated from Brookwood High School in Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia and graduated with high honors in broadcast journalism.
Amy Robach Nationality
Amy is of American nationality.
Amy Robach Parents
Amy is the daughter of Joanne and his father, whose name is not revealed but posts her parents rarely on her Instagram page.
Amy Robach Siblings
Amy has a brother called Eric Robach, who works as a physician.
Amy Robach husband
Amy was married to Tim McIntosh, but the couple divorced in 2018. On her birthday, she married Andrew Eppley Shue, a re-known American actor, and former Melrose Place star.
Amy Robach Children
Robach and Tim McIntosh have two daughters, Ava and Analise. She is also a stepmother to her current husband’s three sons, Nate, Aidan, and Wyatt.
Amy Robach ABC News
Amy began her career in 1995 at WCBD. After serving five years, she left the station, moving to Washington to work for WTTG.In 2003 she moved to MSNBC, where she reported two hours in the morning, filling in on Weekend Today with Morning Joe and Keith Olbermann before being named co-anchor in July 2007.
On May 19, 2012, she joined ABC News on Good Morning America as a correspondent. On March 31, 2014, she became the program’s anchor. Later Robach became the co-anchor of 20/20 in 2018. In march 2020, Robach began to host a daytime program that reports on covid 19 pandemic in the USA and also presents in place of Sara, Keke, and Traham, known as Wat You Need To Know on ABC by Amy.
Amy Robach illness
Amy revealed on November 11, 2013, on Good Morning America that after receiving mastography on live television and undergoing follow-up steps, she was suffering and had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She had to take time off her duties to undergo a Mastectomy. She later revealed other saddening news after her surgery in the same month, revealing that she had a second malignant tumor in the second breast and had to undergo eight rounds of chemotherapy, reconstructive surgery, and radiation. Robach is confirmed to be cancer free as of March 2022.
Amy Robach Salary
Robach earns an estimated salary of $ 86 000 annually.
Roback has a net worth of approximately $1.5million.
Amy Robach Instagram
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