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58 Years American TV Personality Deborah Roberts's Overall Income and Net Worth She Has Achieved

Published Tue Mar 12 2019 By admin
58 Years American TV Personality Deborah Roberts's Overall Income and Net Worth She Has Achieved

Deborah Roberts, the 58-years old American TV Personality is is a multitalented media personality who has been serving as an anchor for almost three decades now. She currently works as a Network Correspondent for ABC News.

She further works at Nightline, World News Tonight with David Muir and Good Morning America.The co-author of "Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom For Modern Times" has been active as a journalist since 1982

Deborah Robert's Net Worth: $5 Million

As of 2018, Deborah Roberts has managed to gather an estimated net worth of $5 million. Sources have revealed that her annual salary is $800 thousand which she earns through a successful career as a broadcast journalist. 

Roberts regularly reports on Nightline, Good Morning America and World News Tonight with David Muir, and has also served as an anchor and co-host on Good Morning America, World News Tonight and The View. 

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The American TV Personality, Deborah Roberts owns a luxurious and well-furnished townhouse in Manhattan that she bought for $3 million dollars. 

Career Development

Roberts began working on WTVM, a local TV station in Columbus, the same year she graduated.

Longing for bigger career challenges, she to WBIR in Knoxville in Tennessee where she had a little more freedom to do stories she could choose herself. 

She worked as a field reporter and co-anchor in a local TV station in Florida called WFTV from 1987-1990. She instantly gained popularity due to her radiating energy and empathy for people involved in the stories. 

In 1990, she became a member of the NBC News crew for NBC Network where she also worked as a correspondent. This was a huge step in the betterment of her career since NBC is one of the biggest networks in America. 

In 1995, she relocated to ABC Network where she became a crew member of "20/20" news magazine and also hosted the morning news program called "Good Morning America".

She co-hosted "The View", an ABC talk show in 2006 and she still hosts on Lifetime TV.

She co-wrote and published a non-fiction book titled, "Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom for Modern Times" with her husband, Al Raker.

The book was extremely personal to the couple where she wrote about how she couldn't cope with the death of her childhood best friend and the death of her father who she was close with. She wrote about the difficulties of being a single mom.

She is not afraid to travel around the world even in dangerous areas. She made stories about maternal health in Bangladesh and about AIDS in Africa

She was awarded for covering President Obama's inauguration.

She received a Clarian Award for her story about the secret abuse amongst the Amish and the secrets which are kept in such closed communities. 

She reported during the Persian Gulf War from Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Despite the situation being dangerous and intense, she has never shied away from a good story.

She received an Emmy award for covering the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona in Spain which is one of her biggest and most viewed coverage till date. 

As a matter of fact, she was the first person to interview Celine Dion after the death of her husband, Rene.