Norah O’Donnell Net worth, Career, Personal, and Early life

Norah is a famous American journalist currently working for the CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes on the CBS News channel. She worked on the NBC channel for 12 years, and she worked in many shows there. Norah joined CBS News in 2011, and she has worked as a journalist for many shows so far. Norah has worked as a host and anchor for many shows. 

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The early life of Norah O’Donnell

Norah O’Donnell was born in Washington, D.C, the United States of America. Her father’s name is Francis Lawrence O’Donnell, and who worked as a doctor and United States Army officer. Her mother’s name is Noreen Bernadette, and her occupation is unknown. Norah has two sisters, named Francis O’Donnell and Mary O’Donnell. 

Norah moved to places like San Antonio, Texas, because of her father’s profession. Norah has been interested in journalism since childhood, and she watches more news channels with her parents. Norah spent her early life in her birthplace, and later when she was three years she moved to San Antonio, Taxes, with her parents and sisters. Then she moved to Seoul, Yongsan Garrison when she was ten years old because of her father’s work.  

Norah O’Donnell education

Norah studied in a local school in Seoul for her elementary education. While studying in school, she started her career in broadcasting, and she has given videotaped English lessons at Korean Educational Development Institute. 

Then she moved back to San Antonio with her family, and she attended Douglas MacArthur high school and graduated from there in 1991. After graduating from high school, she joined Georgetown University and studied Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. Then after completing her bachelor’s degree, she joined the same university and graduated with a Master of Arts degree in liberal studies.  

Personal details of Norah O’Donnell

Real Name  Norah Morahan O’Donnell
Celebrity Name  Norah O’Donnell
Profession  Journalist
Age  48 Years old
Date of Birth  January 23, 1974
Birth Place  Washington, D.C, the United States
Nationality  American
Ethnicity  Mixed
Religion  Irish
Zodiac  Aquarius

Body Measurements of Norah O’Donnell

Height in Centimetres  168 Cm
Height in Inches  5 Feet 6 Inch
Weight in Kilograms  60 Kg
Weight in Pounds  133 lbs
Body Measurements  36-27-37 Inch
Breast Size  36 Inch
Waist Size  27 Inch
Hip Size  37 Inch
Hair Colour  Brown
Eye Colour  Blue
Relationship Status  Married
Husband Name  Geoff Tracy

Norah O’Donnell’s personal life 

Norah O’Donnell was born in Washington, D.C, the United States, on January 23, 1974, to Francis Lawrence O’Donnell and Noreen Bernadette. Her birth name is Norah Morahan O’Donnell, and she is 48 years old as of 2022. 

In 2016, Norah was diagnosed with h melanoma skin cancer, and cancer has not spread to the dermis and metastasized. After that, Norah underwent treatment and surgery and completely recovered from cancer. Until now, Norah has been going to regular check-ups for her skin every four to five months, and she also follows good skin care products and takes care of her skin. In one of her programs, she has created awareness among women about skin cancer. 

Norah O’Donnell’s net worth

Norah is a journalist and television personality who worked as a host for many shows. He is estimated to have a net worth of $ 22 million as of 2022. Norah will get a salary of $ 8 million annual as a journalist. It is unknown whether she has income from other sources. The above amount is only based on the estimate, which may be higher or lower than the actual net worth. 

Norah O’Donnell relationship

Norah O’Donnell was in a relationship with Geoff Tracy, an owner of the D.C. restaurant Chef Geoff’s, and they both first met while studying at Georgetown University. They both were in a relationship for more than five years and married in 2001 in a ceremony with both families and friends.

On May 20, 2007, they welcomed their first child, twin babies, Grace and Henry. Then on July 5, 2008, they welcomed their third child daughter was born, and her name is Riley Norah Tracy. Now Norah and her husband Tracy live happily in Washington, D.C., and New York City’s Upper West Side with their children. 

Norah O’Donnell awards and achievements

Norah was named one of Washington’s 100 most powerful women and in the Top 100 Irish American list in Irish American magazines. She won the Sigma Delta Chi award as Breaking news coverage for the show Dateline NBC based on Dc in Crisis in 2001. 

In 2008, Norah won the Emmy award for Outstanding Live coverage of a Breaking News Story for being a part of the NBC News Election Night coverage show and team. In 2018, she was awarded an Emmy award for her investigation and report on Sexual Assault held in Air Force Academy in the Outstanding Investigation Report in Newscast.    

Norah O’Donnell’s early career

Norah started her career as a staff writer in the Roll Call newspaper about Congress and worked there for a year. Then in 1999, she joined the NBC channel and worked there for more than twelve years. She first worked as a commentator for the show Washington Bureau correspondent. 

Then she worked as an anchor for the show MSNBC Live and also, and she worked as an anchor for the show Weekend Today. Then she hosted the shows like Dateline NBC, The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and MSNBC. In 2005, she worked for the show MSNBC as Chief White House correspondent.    

Norah O’Donnell’s successful career

In 2011, Norah left the NBC channel and joined the CBS channel and, in the beginning, she worked on the show CBS Evening News. In 2012, She worked for the show Chief White House Correspondent. At the end of 2012, she was appointed co-anchor for the show CBS This Morning. 

In May 2019, Norah was named as an anchor by the president of CBS News, Susan Zrinsky. She was appointed as a managing editor for the CBS Evening News. Then she was appointed as a lead anchor for political events and contributing correspondent for the show 60 Minutes. Norah worked as an anchor for the show CBS Overnight News in 2019 and was the third woman to work on the show. 

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