Terry Moran Biography
Terry Moran (Full name: Terence Patrick Moran) is an illustrious American journalist currently working for ABC News based in Washington D.C., United States as Senior National Correspondent. Formerly, Terry served for ABC News in Washington, DC as a supreme court correspondent from September 1999 to July 2013.
Terry Moran Age
Terry Moran was born on 9th December 1959, in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. He is 62 years old.
Terry Moran Height
Terry is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (approx. 1.8m).
Terry Moran Family
Terry Moran was born to his caring and staunch father and mother Margaret Louise Moran in Chicago and raised in Mount Prospect and Barrington Hills, Illinois. Unfortunately, his mum died of Alzheimer’s disease. Additionally, Terry was raised alongside his 9 siblings.
Terry Moran Education
He went to Lawrence University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1982.
Terry Moran Wife
Terry was married twice and married his first wife Karen Osler in the 1980s. Furthermore, Terry got engaged to his second wife called Johanna Cox in the year 2015. Johanna is a China intelligence analyst and a Chinese language linguist. Previously, she served at Elle magazine as a journalist. The duo share 3 adorable kids and Terry has a child from his previous marriage.
Terry Moran Salary
Terry Moran bags a satisfactory salary of $87,410 annually. This is according to ABC News correspondents’ salaries.
Terry Moran Net Worth
Terry Moran has stockpiled a hefty fortune from his successful career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Terry Moran Career
As of now, he works as a co-anchor of Nightline and covers the Supreme Court for ABC News located in Washington, DC. He has covered important news stories such as the 2012 election for “Nightline” where he covered the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. He also has covered the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, the 2013 Inauguration as well as election night.
Formerly, Terry served for ABC News in Washington, DC as a supreme court correspondent from September 1999 to July 2013. While in that position, he covered the Obama administration, the extraordinary presidential campaign of 2008, the Supreme Court’s historic ruling to uphold the Affordable Care Act as well as conducted nine one-on-one interviews with Barack Obama in 2006.
Terry kicked off his journalism career at The New Republic magazine. He later served as an editor and reporter at the Legal Times based in Washington D.C. Furthermore, Terry served as an anchor and a news correspondent for Court TV based in New York from May 1992 to June 1997.
Terry has been recognized with several awards, such as the George Foster Peabody Award, Emmy Award, the Thurgood Marshall Journalism Award, and the two-time winner of Merriman Smith Award from the White House Correspondents’ Association.