This is what you need to know about Robyn Curnow, a South African News Journalist and News anchor who currently anchors CNN Newsroom at 6 pm and 7 am on Friday. Before joining CNN News, Curnow was a reporter for BBC News and also a reporter for South African Broadcasting Corporation in the Mandela era.
Robyn Curnow Age
Curnow was born in 1972 in Australia. she is around 45 years old as of 2020.
Robyn Curnow Height
Robyn Curnow Family
Curnow is a wife to Kim Norgaard and parents to two beautiful children. She is the granddaughter of Springbok cricketer Syd Curnow. She has also not shared any information about her parents hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Robyn Curnow Husband
Curnow is happily married to her husband Kim Norgaard. The couple is blessed with two kids named Freya and Hella. The family relocated to Atlanta in August 2014 from Johannesburg for their work.
Robyn Curnow Salary
Curnow receives an annual average salary of R92,599. This is according to CNN Newsroom anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Robyn Curnow Net Worth
Curnow has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Robyn Curnow CNN News
Curnow is a South African News Journalist and News anchor who currently anchors CNN Newsroom at 6 pm and 7 am on Friday. Before joining CNN News, Curnow was a reporter for BBC News and also a reporter for South African Broadcasting Corporation in the Mandela era.
Curnow began working as a reporter and anchor for the South African network called SABC in 1995. After working at SABC for five years, Robyn then joined BBC and moved to London. After working for BBC News,in 2002, she joined CNN as an Anchor and Correspondent for London and South Africa.
She has covered Oscar Pistorius before and after he was convicted of murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Her reports featured exclusive footage and interviews with Pistorius and his inner circle.
She also interviewed former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura. She also interviewed former U.S. President Bill Clinton. She had an extensive sit-down interview with former First Lady Michelle Obama during her visit to Africa.