Deborah Norville Bio
Deborah Norville (Born 8 August 1958) is an American television journalist and businesswoman. Norville is the anchor of Inside Edition, a syndicated television news magazine, a position she has held since March 1995. She is a member of the board of directors of the Viacom Corporation.
Quick Facts of Deborah Norville
|Full Name||Deborah Norville|
|Date of Birth||1958 /08 /08|
|Profession||Television journalist and businesswomen|
|Height||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Online Presence||Wikipedia, twitter,facebook|
|Net Worth||$ 6 million|
Short Description of Deborah Norville:
Deborah Norville is one of the talented and beautiful an American television journalist and businesswomen, who is recognized for her appearance as an anchor of Inside Edition.
Early life & Education:
Deborah Norville was born on 8 August 1958 in Dalton Georgia. Norville graduated from the University of Georgia, receiving summa cum in three years with a perfect 4.0-grade point average. She graduated in the Bachelors of Arts in Journalism degree. While she was at the University of Georgia, she served on the Main Court of the University’s Student Judiciary.
Norville has also won her town’s local Junior Miss contest.
Norville began her career from television program when she was young used to go to college. she also received an internship through Georgia Public Television. She served on The Lawmakers. After, she was recognized by an executive of WAGA-TV in Atlanta who gave her a summer internship. As Norville said that”The third day was short on reporters, and they told her to cover a news story.”
In 1987, Norville entered in NBC News, she worked as an anchor of NBC News at Sunrise, as the only solo female anchor of a network broadcast. After Norville joined the program Ratings on Sunrise increased up to 40%
Deborah emerged as a prime host, Bad Girls on violent teenaged girls which are a documentary show. In September 1989, Norville was named as the news anchor on Today.
In 1990 Norville became the co-host of Today Show. She also won Emmy awards for her role in NBC coverage of the Democratic uprising in Romania
In May 1991, ABC Network announced that Norville would be hosting a prime time program broadcast from her homes in New York and Long Island. The Deborah Norville Show: From Her Home to Yours featured newsmaker interviews and listener calls. Some years later, Deborah returned to television in October 1992 and joined CBS News as a correspondent. She reported for Street stories and 48 hours, won second Emmy award for coverage of Mississipi floods of 1994. Currently, Norville works, on the company’s compensation committee.
Deborah Norville is married to Karl Wellner on 12th December 1987 who is Swedish businessman. They welcomed their three children together. Norville has not been involved in any affair with others, this is her only affair till now. The couple is yet living a happy life with their kids.
Deborah Norville stands 5 feet 8 inches height. She looks beautiful with blue eyes and blond hair.
An American journalist and businesswoman, Deborah Norville receive a good amount of money from her profession. her estimated net worth is $6 million.