Deborah Norville - Biography
Last Modified: Jul 29, 2020
|Born on :||August 8, 1958 (age 62)|
|Birth Name /
|Deborah Anne Norville|
|Birth Place:||Dalton, Georgia, USA|
|Father's Name:||Zachary Samuel Norville|
|Mother's Name:||Merle O. Norville|
Cathy Amos (sister)
|University:||University of Georgia|
|Married Date:||December 12, 1987|
|Husband's Name:||Karl Wellner|
|Height:||1.73 meter (5 feet 8 inch)|
|Weight:||61 kg (134.48 lb)|
|Shoe Size:||8.5 US|
|Dress Size:||6 US|
|Breast Size:||35 inch|
|Waist Size:||26 inch|
|Hip Size:||36 inch|
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Who is Deborah Norville?
Deborah Norville is a journalist, businesswoman by profession and American by nationality. She has been the anchor of TV newsmagazine Inside Edition since March 1995.
Deborah Norville: Age, Parents, Siblings
Deborah Norville’s birth took place on August 8, 1958, in Dalton, Georgia, United States. She was born as Deborah Anne Norville to parents Zachary Samuel Norville and Merle O. Norville. She has three siblings, all sisters. Her sisters Cathy Amos, Patti Silvers, and Nancy Hallsworth work in the family business, Norville Industries.
For education, she attended the University of Georgia. She graduated summa cum laude with a BA in journalism with a 4.0-grade point average.
She had also taken part beauty competition and won her town’s local Junior Miss contest and went on to represent Georgia in the 1976 America’s Junior Miss pageant. While at the University, Norville served on the Main Court of the University’s Student Judiciary.
Her ethnicity is not cleared yet.
Deborah Norville: Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce
Deborah Norville is a happily married woman. She married Swedish businessman Karl Wellner on 12 December 1987. The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Karl Nikolai “Niki” Wellner on February 27, 1991.
Source: Heavy (Deborah Norville, Karl Wellner pictured in 2018)
Their son Kyle Wellner was born on December 12, 1994. He is now a graduate of Deerfield Academy and is currently enrolled at Duke University where he plays for the College football team. Norville and husband's third child, daughter Mikaela Wellner was born in September 1997 and is enrolled at the Duke University (2016-2020).
Deborah Norville: Career
Deborah Norville began her career while still a student at the University. She interned at Georgia Public Television where she covered Georgia General Assembly. While in senior year in college, she landed a weekend reporting position, having to commute 60 miles between school in Athens and college in Atlanta.
After graduating from the University, she worked at WAGA-TV as a full-time, becoming a weekend anchor in October 1979. In 1982 Deborah Norville was hired as a reporter by WMAQ-TV and in January 1987, she joined NBC News in New York.
At NBC news Norville became an anchor of NBC News at Sunrise sometimes working as a substitute on NBC’s Today Show. In September 1989, she was selected as an anchor for Today Show.
She began to host the show in January 1990. But the ratings on the show decreased. After Norville took maternity leave in 1991, she did not return to the show.
She hosted The Deborah Norville Show: From Her Home to Yours, an ABC Radio Talk show from September 1991 to October 1992 before finally returning to CBS News as a correspondent in October 1992.
There she has reported for Street Stories, 48 Hours, CBS Evening News. In March 1995, she was named anchor of Inside Edition. The position she has been holding makes her the longest-serving female anchor on national television.
In addition, she is also a writer and has written for Inside Sports. Her books include Thank You Power: Making the Science of Gratitude Work for You, The Way We Are: Heroes, Scoundrels, and Oddballs from 25 Years of Inside Edition.
She has also written several knit and crochet pattern books, namely, Knit With Deborah Norville—18 Classic Designs For The Whole Family and children’s book I Don't Want to Sleep Tonight and I Can Fly
Norville has been professionally associated with Paula Jones, Steven Fabian, Lisa Guerrero, Victoria Recaño.
Deborah Norville: Cancer
Deborah Norville’s viewers noticed a lump on Norville's neck and alerted her. After a doctor’s visit, she was diagnosed with a thyroid nodule and kept an eye on it so it didn’t grow or transform.
After the lump turned into thyroid cancer, she decided to undergo surgery. On April 1, 2019, Norville announced that she would be undergoing surgery to remove the cancerous thyroid nodule. Since then she has kept her followers updated on her recovery process via social media.
Deborah Norville: Awards, Nominations
Norville has won Emmy awards for her covering NBC’s coverage of the democratic uprising in Romania, and for coverage of the Mississippi floods of 1994
Deborah Norville: Net Worth, Salary
The net worth and annual salary of Norville is estimated to be around $4 million and $18 million respectively.
Deborah Norville: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Deborah Norville is active. She also has an official website - deborahnorville.com.
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