Amy Robach is an anchor on ABC News who hosts the show Good Morning America. Apart from hosting, she is also an author of New York Times Bestseller book Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held Onto Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour.
Married to actor, Andrew Shue in 2010 they have five children, three from Andrew’s previous marriage and two from Amy’s previous marriage. The couple resides in a rented Triplex Penthouse in Lower Manhattan. According to Muzul, Amy Robach’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Amy is a breast cancer sufferer and her book is based on her inspiring story of coming back from cancer.Furthermore, this book teaches us how to cherish every moment of our life.
The book, Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held Onto Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour is available on Amazon bookstores. This book comprising the incredible story of Amy also a New York Times bestseller. Her daughter Ava McIntosh has also composed a poem, ‘Better’ to help her battle with cancer.
Amy Robach’s book Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held Onto Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour.
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This amazing book costs $16.97 for hardcover and $9.68 paperback on Amazon. Surely, earning from her book adds to Amy Robach’s net worth. Besides, this book has earned millions of readers and thousand who are inspired by her overcome story.
Amy currently is a co-host of the show Good Morning America airing on ABC News. Other co-host includes Ginger Zee and Michael Strahan. According to Paysa, the average annual salary of the anchor at ABC News is $87k. While the salary can range from $41k to $140k.
Amy Robach gets an adequate amount from ABC’s Good Morning America.
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Not to mention, she previously was a national correspondent for NBC News. As NBC News reputation is quite high, she might have got an adequate salary from the Channel. Otherwise, an NBC News Correspondent earns $201,000 annually or $97 per hour. This salary is 134% more than the average salary of all correspondent which is $40,000 annually.
Amy and husband Shue, with children live in a triplex penthouse in lower Manhattan. Triplex Penthouse is a Financial District building developed by the Moinian Group. Robach and Shue wanted a larger space for the family. As shue has three sons from his previous marriage and Robach has two.
Amy Lobach’s net worth includes Manhattan Penthouse.
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Furthermore, the apartment covers more than 3,100 square feet including 5-bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The couple pays $16,800 as rent but the asking rent was $18,800 per month. Additionally, penthouse posses three apartments and have private Elevator.
Including her salary from ABC News as an anchor and her apartment, Amy Robach’s net worth is approximately $1.5 million.