|Birth Name:||Amy Joanne Robach|
|Birth Place:||St. Joseph, Michigan|
|Spouse:||Andrew Shue(since 2010)|
|Hair Color:||Regular Blonde|
|Date of Birth:||06/02/1973|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Net Worth:||$1.5 million(estimated)|
|Qualification:||Graduated from University of Georgia in Broadcast Journalism|
Amy Robach is an American Journalist and T.V. host for ABC News’s Good Morning America. As a former correspondent of NBC News and anchor on MSNBC Amy has gained an extensive knowledge and wealth in the Journalism field. Amy Robach Net Worth is $1.5 million.
Amy Joanne Robach was born on February 6, 1973, in St. Joseph, Michigan, U.S. She spent most of her childhood days in St. Louis, Missouri. Amy went on to live in Georgia with her family for nine years. She then went on to live in South Carolina, Washington, D.C., and later in New York.
Amy Robach graduated in 1991 from Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia. Amy then joined the University of Georgia. She graduated with high honors in Broadcast Journalism. Ava was also the 4th runner-up of 1995 Miss Georgia pageant.
Amy began her career working as an anchor at WTTG in Washington, D.C. In 2003 she came to NBC News and spent four years. Amy Robach went on to work for Weekend Today in July 2007 as a co-anchor and left the show in May 2012.
Later, she filled in on Countdown with Keith Olbermann. She is also credited for her appearance in ‘Morning Joe’.
She went on to work for ABC News in May 2012. Amy Robach GMA career began in 2012 as a contributing correspondent.In 2014, Amy became the news anchor of ‘Good Morning America’. Robach has maintained her role since then. She is an inspiration to many women wanting to join the field of journalism.
Amy Robach net worth is estimated to be $ 1.5 million. Amy Robach net worth has been accumulated from her career as an anchor as well as an author. According to Paysa, the average annual salary of an anchor at ABC News is $87k ranging from $41k to $140k.
Her former work as a national correspondent for NBC News might have brought her fortunate sum of money. At average NBC correspondent earns $201,000 per annum or $97 as hourly payment.
Amy Robach net worth has been amassed from her work in shows like Weekend Today, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Morning Joe, and Good Morning America. Her Net Worth as a successful Journalist amasses to approximately $1.5 million.
Amy Robach net worth also includes her 3100 sq. ft, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms triplex penthouse in Manhattan. She along with husband and children are living in their apartment paying $16,800 rent per month.
After their divorce in 2008, Amy went on to get engaged in September 2009 to Andrew Shue. Andrew Shue is an actor known best for his work in Melrose Place. Andrew and Amy got married on 6th February 2010. And it was also Amy Robach’s 37th birthday. The wedding venue was at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, near Hudson River.
Andrews Shue has three sons, Nate, Aidan and Wyatt from his previous marriage with Jennifer Hageney. And all of them have a great bond with step-mom Amy.
Amy Robach was diagnosed with Breast cancer in 2013 after she did a live mammogram on GMA for breast cancer awareness. Amy underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy at the same time of fulfilling her role as a mother and handling her professional career at GMA.
Her family was very supportive of her throughout the period and Amy describes in her book Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held on to Hope, and Found Joy In my Darkest Hour of her journey of breast cancer.
— Amy Robach (@arobach) September 29, 2015
The side effects of the heavy insulins and medications in the chemotherapy led her to menopause as a result of a decrease in sex hormones. Amy Robach’s Husband Andrew Shue was very supportive of her and helped her get through the tuff phase.
Amy Robach, for her extraordinary contribution in the field of journalism has been honored many times. Amy Robach received Daytime Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Morning Program. She also won Distinguished Achievement Award from The University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.