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Norah O’Donnell is an American TV journalist and anchor born January 23, 1974, in Washington, D.C., United States. Both her parents are of Irish descent.
Since 2011, she has been working for CBS News. More specifically, she is the anchor for CBS Evening News, which airs on the CBS Network every weekday night. O’Donnell is also a correspondent for 60 Minutes.
Before becoming the lead anchor for the CBS Evening Show, Norah worked as co-anchor for the CBS Morning show. Talk about putting in the work and creating an impressive career!
Here is a short summary of Norah O'Donnell's career:
Her journalism career started in 1994 when she, as a staff writer, covered Congress for the American newspaper Roll Call. That same year National Empowerment Television employed her as the young panelist until 1996.
But O’Donnell’s big breakthrough came in the year 1999 when the NBC Network hired her. Norah worked for the NBC Network from 1999 to 2011, during which she appeared and hosted several news programs.
Family and Personal Life
Since June 21, 2001, Norah O’Donnell has been married to Entrepreneur and Restaurateur Geoff Tracy, who owns a restaurant in Washington DC.
Together they have three children. In 2007, the lovely couple became parents to twins Grace and Henry. Later in 2008, Norah gave birth to their third child, Riley, who got the middle name, Norah.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Geoff Tracy (m. 2001)|
|Children/Kids||Yes Riley Norah Tracy, Grace Tracy, Henry Tracy)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Norah Morahan O'Donnell|
|Age (as of today)||47 years|
|Date of Birth||January 23, 1974|
|Place of Birth||Washington, United States|
|Height||1.7 m, 5 feet 7 inches|
|Weight||58 kg, 128 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$20 Million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Norah O'Donnell's height is pretty average measuring 1.7 m. The journalist weighs 58 kg. As of today, September 22, 2021, Norah O'Donnell is 47 years old.
Persistence is incredibly important. Persistence proves to the person you’re trying to reach that you’re passionate about something, that you really want something.Norah O'Donnell
I don’t love the phrase ‘balancing work and family.’ It sets up this idea of scales of justice with work on one side and family on the other side.Norah O'Donnell
I started running track when I was 13 years old, as a freshman in high school. I ran the 400 meters, which is a very tough race and a full sprint.Norah O'Donnell
One of the most common mistakes for an entry-level job interview is to take the position: ‘What is this job going to do for me?’ You should be saying ‘Here’s what I can do and here’s what I want to do to help you.’Norah O'Donnell
As a working mom, I struggle to find time to work out and go for runs. I usually run two to three times a week and work out with a trainer once a week. I try to go for a longer run on Sundays.Norah O'Donnell