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Home: November 19, 1956, Guam.
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m).
-Brian Ross (? - present) they have two children.
Ann Curry biography (bio):
Ann Curry is an American journalist and television personality who has served as news anchor on NBC's Today since May 1997 and host of Dateline NBC since May 2005.
Curry was born in Guam to a Japanese mother and a father of predominantly French and Scots-Irish descent from Pueblo, Colorado. Her American father, a career Navy man, met her Japanese mother during the U.S. occupation of Japan following the Second World War. The U.S. military did not initially allow the marriage, but her father returned to Japan two years later to marry his bride.
Curry was raised in San Diego and Alameda, California, Japan, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and Ashland, Oregon where she graduated from Ashland High School (Oregon). In 1978, she graduated with a BA Journalism from University of Oregon.
She is married to software executive Brian Ross whom she met in college. They have a daughter, McKenzie and a son, Walker. The family lives in Gramercy Park neighborhood of New York City.
Curry began her broadcasting career in 1978 as an intern at NBC-affiliate KTVL in Medford, Oregon, near her hometown of Ashland. There she rose to become the station's first female news reporter. In 1981, Curry moved to NBC-affiliate KGW in Portland, where she was a reporter and anchor.
Three years later, Curry moved to Los Angeles as a reporter for KCBS-TV and received two Emmy Awards while working as a reporter from 1984 to 1990.
In 1990, Curry returned to NBC News, first as the NBC Chicago correspondent then as the anchor of NBC News at Sunrise from 1991 to 1996. During this time, she also served as a replacement anchor and newsreader for the NBC news shows Today and Weekend Today. In May 2005, Curry was named co-host of Dateline NBC with Stone Phillips; she remained as the primary host when Phillips left in June 2007. She also continues as news anchor at Today. She's a substitute anchor for "NBC Nightly News" Sunday edition.
Curry is known for her international reporting of major stories, filing stories from places such as Baghdad, Sri Lanka, Rwanda, Albania, and Darfur. Curry hosted NBC's primetime coverage and highlights of the Live Earth concerts on July 7, 2007 and also contributed with interviews for the special with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Al Gore.
On most days, she appears on at least one of the NBC News programs (Today, NBC Nightly News, and Dateline) as host.