How rich is Robin Rene Roberts?
Robin Rene Roberts Net Worth:
|Birth date:||November 23, 1960|
|Birth place:||Tuskegee, Alabama, USA|
|Height:||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Robin Rene Roberts net worth, wiki & biography:
Robin Roberts is an American television broadcaster popular for her part as anchorman in the ABC show Good Morning America. She’s fought with cancer twice, in the year 2007, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and after in 2012, when she was influenced by Myelodysplastic Syndrome. She recently made headlines when rumors floated on about her alleged union with girlfriend Thunderstorm Sahara. She plays tennis and basketball nicely though she shows interest in other sports also. She did her graduation in communicating degree in 1983. She entered television following her sister Sally Ann’s footsteps. Her matter with Storm Sahara continues to be talked about on and off for the previous five years. In June 2013, there were rumors suggesting that Roberts and Sahara have tied the knot that has not been supported by Roberts as of yet. As a result of her eager fascination with basketball and tennis, Roberts began her broadcasting career as sports anchor in the year 1983. She worked with WDAM TV, Hattiesburg. She later changed to WLOX TV in Biloxi and then for WSMV TV in Nashville, Tennessee. She also did a two year stint as sports anchor in WAGA TV in Atlanta, Georgia. She also worked as radio host for V103 radio station in Atlanta. She worked concurrently on both programs, mostly for the show GMA. In 2005, she was marketed as co-anchor and in 2009 she was joined by George Stephanopoulos, who was brought into substitute Diane Sawyer, who stop the show to anchor ABC News. She’s hosted the preshow of Academy Awards for ABC in 2009 and 2011. Robin Roberts has received three Emmy Awards so far for her brilliant sports casting work at ESPN. Lately she was honored with the Peabody award for her works at making the details of her treatment known to people by telecasting it on Good Morning America. Roberts had a short break from her anchoring occupation, when she got bone marrow transplant for treating the Myedysplastic Sydnrome she was changed with. She’s now back anchoring the show Good Morning America and says that being living is the largest accomplishment for her most of all.