Ann Curry is an American journalist and photojournalist who has been active in the journalism sector since 1978. She mainly focuses on human suffering in war zones and natural disasters.
Ann Curry was born on November 19, 1956, under the birth sign Scorpio in Agaña, Guam, United States of America. She is the daughter of Hiroe Nagase and Robert Paul "Bob" Curry.
She is of American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity as her mother is Japanese, and her father, an American from Pueblo, Colorado, had Irish and German ancestry. She grew up along with four siblings.
For her schooling, she went to Ernest J. King School, and later on, she completed her high school graduation from Ashland High School. After high school graduation, she went to the University of Oregon from where she did a B.A. in journalism.
Ann Curry has a net worth of $10 million as of 2021 as per the celebrity net worth from her career as a television personality and journalist.
While talking about her career, she started her career as an intern at KTVL in broadcasting. In 1980, she moved to NBC-affiliate KGW. Later on, she joined as a correspondent in NBC News.
From 1997 to 2011 she served as a news anchor at 'Today'. While working there she covered majored in news from Sri Lanka, Congo, Baghdad, and Arfur. She left Today on June 28, 2012.
In 2007 she won Daytime Emmy Award. Also, she received News & Documentary Emmy Award.
Ann Curry, 64, is a married woman. She shared the wedding vows with software executive, Brian Ross on October 21, 1989.
As of now, the pair has completed three-decade of togetherness and still shares a strong bond. Currently, they reside in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Together they have shared two kids: McKenzie and William Walker Curry Ross.