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Popularly known as the anchor of ‘Inside Edition,’ a TV news magazine, businesswoman and TV journalist Deborah Norville is an American celebrity. She graduated from the ‘University of Georgia’ in journalism and began her career at ‘Georgia Public Television’ with an internship. She finally began working at ‘WAGA-TV’ in Atlanta.
She was a graduate student earning her journalism degree all the time. When she interviewed President Jimmy Carter in 1979, she faced a great turning point in her career. She bagged a job opportunity in the mid-1980s to anchor a morning news program on ‘NBC News.’ She began to anchor the ‘Inside Edition’ program in 1995.
Through her reporting talents, Deborah has won two ‘Emmy Awards’. She happens to be a bestselling ‘New York Times’ best-selling author, apart from being a popular TV journalist. She has also served as a member of the ‘Viacom Corporation’ board of directors since March 2013.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 8 August 1958 Deborah Norville has turned 64 years old. Even at this age she has maintained herself quite well and has a body figure measurement of 35-26-36 and wears number 8.5 in the shoe size.
She is quite tall and her height measures 5 feet 8 inches while her weight is 61 kg approximately. Norville has blonde colored hair and the color of her eyes is blue.
After starting from a local network in Atlanta Deborah Norville has certainly climbed her way to the top and is one of the most recognized faces when it comes to journalism in the United States.
Norville has earned a lot of wealth through her work as a TV journalist and as a businesswoman as well. The total net worth estimated for her is $6 million US dollars as of now.
Education / Family
Deborah Norville was born and raised in the United States of America but has not shared the exact birth details. She is the daughter of Zachary Samuel Norville and Merle O. Norville. After graduating from high school she attended the University of Georgia.
|Birth Place||United States of America|
|Date Of Birth||8 August 1958|
|Height||In Centimetres – 173 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 8″
|Weight||In Kilograms – 61 Kg
In Pounds – 134 lbs
|Profession||TV Journalist and Businesswomen|
|College||University of Georgia|
|Home Town||United States of America|
|Fathers Name||Zachary Samuel Norville|
|Mothers Name||Merle O. Norville|
Career / Fashion And Style
After she was given an internship with the station, ‘Georgia Public Television’ was her first boss. ‘WAGA-TV’ worked from Atlanta, and a summer internship there was given to Deborah. Reporters were short of them. Thus, as a reporter, Deborah got her first big break.
In 1979, when she was given the job of questioning President Jimmy Carter, she had a big chance. More work opportunities began to come her way, and she ended up joining the ‘NBC’ station ‘WMAQ-TV’ in Chicago as their reporter. She was hired by ‘NBC News’ as an anchor after working there for a number of years.
When she was working as a full-time presenter of ‘Today’ in 1989, she had another big advance. However, following the inclusion of Deborah in ‘Today,’ the ratings of the program dipped. In 1992, she joined ‘CBS News’ as a reporter and featured in programs such as ’48 Hours’ and ‘Street Stories.’
She was appointed the solo anchor of a syndicated news magazine called ‘Inside Edition’ in 1995. Since her arrival, the show became popular and continues to run to date. Also, as a writer, Deborah has made her impact. She contributed to ‘Inside Sports.’ In March 2013, she became one of the founders of the ‘Viacom Corporation’ board of directors.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband and More
Married to Karl Wellner since the year 1987 the couple has three children their sons Niki and Kyle and their daughter Mikaela.
|Husband||Karl Wellner (m. 1987)
|Children||Son – Niki and Kyle
Daughter – Mikaela
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|Favorite Actors||Not Known|
Some Interesting Facts About Deborah Norville
- She was a member of the ‘Delta Delta Delta Sorority’ during her undergraduate years.
- She also sat on the ‘Primary Court of the Student Judiciary of the University.’
- With this exemplary educational history, she was all set to have a promising future in the industry.
- She won the ‘Local Junior Miss Contest’ in her neighborhood, a pageant for local senior high school students.
- In 1976, in America’s ‘Junior Miss’ pageant, she represented her state.
- While she did not win the pageant, it profoundly changed her life. On ‘CBS. “The contest was telecast.
- Deborah saw the ‘CBS’ staff working tirelessly to make the celebration a success when competing in the contest.
- This made her drawn to the journalism profession.
- She had the sewing skills she had inherited from her mother since childhood.
- Her parents divorced and Deborah ended up living with her mother.