Deborah Norville Bio, Age, Husband, Inside Edition, Networth

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Deborah Norville Biography

Deborah Norville is an American television anchor, journalist, and businesswoman. She gained fame as an anchor on several television news programs, including “NBC News,” “Inside Edition,” and “CBS News Sunday Morning

Her superiors later promoted her to anchor “NBC News at Sunrise” and “Today” with co-anchor Bryant Gumbel.

However, the network replaced her with Connie Chung just a few weeks into the job, causing controversy and media attention.

In 1995, Norville joined the syndicated news magazine show “Inside Edition” as a correspondent, and the network later promoted her to anchor in 1997.

Deborah Norville Age | How Old Is Deborah Norville?

Norville was born On August 8, 1958 in Dalton, Georgia, United States.

Deborah Norville Family

Norville also won her town’s local Junior Miss contest which is a beauty contest for high school senior girls. Norvilles’ talent was sewing. She went on to represent Georgia in the 1976 America’s Junior Miss pageant.

She did not win but credits seeing the behind-the-scenes work of the CBS Television production team. Which was inspiring her to switch her career goal from law to television journalism. She has three sisters and her father owns a menagerie complete with camels, ostriches and llamas.

Her mother had been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis when she was 10 years old, she died later when Norville was 20

Deborah Norville Husband

She has been married to Swedish businessman Karl Wellner since 1987.

Deborah Norville Children | Kids

Deborah and Karl have three children together;  Niki, Kyle, and Mikaela.

Norville Career

She has had a long and successful career in television news, beginning in the 1980s.

Norville got her start in television as a reporter for WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. She then moved to NBC News, where she worked as a correspondent for the Today show and later co-hosted the show with Bryant Gumbel. She also served as the anchor for NBC News at Sunrise and as a substitute anchor for NBC Nightly News.

In 1990, Norville left NBC to become the anchor of CBS’s Street Stories. She later hosted the syndicated show Inside Edition, which she has anchored since 1995. Under her leadership, the show has won numerous awards, including several Emmys.

In addition to her work in television news, Norville has written several books, including “Thank You Power: Making the Science of Gratitude Work for You” and “Back on Track: How to Straighten Out Your Life When It Throws You a Curve.” She is also a successful entrepreneur, having launched a line of yarns and knitting accessories under her name.

Overall, Norvilles career has been marked by her ability to excel in a variety of roles, from hard news reporting to entertainment journalism and even business.

Deborah Norville NBC News

She joined NBC News in January 1987 as anchor of NBC News at Sunrise. She became the only solo female anchor of a network newscast.

Ratings on Sunrise jumped 40 percent when she joined the program, which led to her being asked to occasionally substitute on NBC’s Today Show.

A documentary in which Norville was the primary host, Bad Girls, on violent teenaged girls, was the seventh most watched show the week it aired, according to Nielsen ratings in August 1989.

Deborah was named news anchor on Today in September 1989. Later, Today co-host Jane Pauley announced her desire to leave the Today Show, and Deborah was named her successor.

Jane went on to host a prime-time show, Real Life with Jane Pauley. In January 1990, Deborah became co-host of Today. During her tenure on the show, Norville won an Emmy award for her role in NBC’s coverage of the democratic uprising in Romania.

Deborah Norville ABC Network Radio

In 1991 May, ABC Talk Radio Networks announced Norville would be hosting a prime-time program, broadcast from her homes in New York and Long Island. The Deborah Norville Show: From Her Home to Yours featured newsmaker interviews and also listener calls.

The show ran from September 1991 to October 1992. When Deborah joined CBS News to resume her television career.

Deborah Norville CBS News

Deborah returned to television in October 1992, this is when she joined CBS News as a correspondent. Norville reported for Street Stories and 48 Hours, for which she won her second Emmy award for coverage of the Mississippi floods of 1994.

Norville was then assigned to the CBS Evening News and named co-anchor with Dana King of America Tonight, a prime-time news magazine. She was a semi regular anchor of the CBS Sunday Evening News from 1993 to 1995, which had been vacant since Connie Chung was promoted to co-anchor of the CBS Evening News.

Deborah Norville Inside Edition

The two-time Emmy Award winner is an anchor of INSIDE EDITION, the country’s top-rated and most honored syndicated news magazine. Its ratings jumped 15% the week Norville joined the program and have elevated ever since.

Throughout her time, the show has consistently ranked in the top ten television shows in first-run syndication for the past ten years. The television news magazine reaches a daily audience of just under 5 million viewers.

In 2016, Deborah, the longest serving anchor on American television, was admitted formally in the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame. She joined INSIDE EDITION in 1995 from CBS News where she was anchor and also correspondent. She is the former co-host of NBC’s “Today” and anchor of NBC “News at Sunrise.”

Deborah Norville Yarn

Deborah launched the Deborah Norville Collection of knit and crochet yarns in partnership with Premier Yarns, a North Carolina–based yarn manufacturer. She debuted the line at the 2009 Craft Hobby Show, the craft industry’s premier convention, where she served as the keynote speaker.

The Norville yarn line and also other knit and crochet accessories are available in retail craft stores and online.

Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky Yarn

This soft yarn works beautifully with any knit or crochet project. It is available in fantastic shades and you can use this chunky yarn to make a wonderful embroidery or trendy cushion covers. You can knit a scarf or make home décor accents with the versatile serenity line of 4 different weights – Sock, Sport, Worsted and Chunky.

Deborah Norville Books

  • Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude: 101 Stories about How Being Thankful Can Change Your Life
  • Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Possible: 101 Stories about Using a Positive Attitude to Improve Your Life
  • The Way We Are: Heroes, Scoundrels, and Oddballs from Twenty-five Years of Inside Edition
  • Knit with Deborah Norville
  • The Power of Respect: Benefit from the Most Forgotten

Deborah Norville Net Worth

The television personality and businessman has an estimated net worth of $6 million.

Deborah Norville Salary

Norville receives a generous amount of salary from her work as the longest serving anchor of the Inside Edition.

Deborah Norville Plastic Surgery

There were rumours that Norville had gotten a plastic surgery. She has made a one-time appearance in 2015 TV series “The Game” and is considered by many to be too hot for her age.

The people who believe that Norville had a plastic surgery claim that a closer comparisons between her older and newer photographs reveals some difference between her former and current self. Despite the speculations and rumours, the television personality has not yet accepted or denied the claim.

Deborah Norville Rheumatoid Arthritis

Deborah was just 10 years old when her mom was diagnosed with RA. It is a painful, often debilitating condition that strikes women as young as 30. During the time of her mother’s illness, her parents divorced. Her mother died when Norville was 20 years old.

Deborah Norville Cancer

The Inside Edition anchor underwent a surgery in April 2019 to remove a cancerous thyroid nodule from her neck – which was spotted by a viewer. The lump was first spotted years ago but turned out to be benign. Recent tests before the surgery turned cancerous and she needed the surgery for its removal.

She shared a photo of her on instagram sitted on the sofa with a Band Aid on her beck, a tall glass of water, and a pile of books to get through during her recovery. She also said that she will make a speedy recovery and will not need chemotherapy or radiation therapy, but she will however be off the show for some time.

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