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Amy Robach Net Worth 2023, Salary, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family, Parents

Amy Robach

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Amy Robach is an American television reporter for ABC News. She is the co-anchor of 20/20 and the breaking news anchor/fill-in anchor for Good Morning America. She was a national correspondent for NBC News, co-host of the Saturday edition of NBC’s Today, and anchor on MSNBC. Since May 2018, she has been the co-anchor of 20/20 alongside David Muir.

Early life

NameAmy Robach
Net Worth$12 million
Salary$2 million
OccupationTelevision reporter
Age49 years
Amy Robach net worth 2023

Amy Joanne Robach was born on February 6, 1973 (age 49 years) in St. Joseph, Michigan, United States. Robach grew up in East Lansing, Michigan before moving to St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents moved again to Georgia, where she attended high school and college.

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Robach graduated from Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia, and from the University of Georgia with high honors in broadcast journalism. She was 4th runner-up in the 1995 Miss Georgia pageant. Amy Robach is a cousin of former Nashville Star contestant Matt Lindahl. Her aunt and uncle were performing-arts teachers at her high school.


Amy Robach started her career at WCBD in 1995. Robach then left the station in 1999, and started working at WTTG in Washington, D.C., then moved to MSNBC in 2003 where she spent four years, including a stint anchoring two hours in the morning, and filling in on Weekend Today, Countdown with Keith Olbermann and Morning Joe.

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Robach was named co-anchor of Weekend Today in July 2007. Her last day on Weekend Today was May 19, 2012, when she announced she would be moving to ABC News. Robach initially appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America as a correspondent. She became the show’s news anchor on March 31, 2014. In 2018, Robach became the new co-anchor of 20/20.

In March 2020, Amy Robach began hosting Pandemic: What You Need To Know on ABC, a daytime program initially focused on the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, and airing in place of Strahan, Sara & Keke. The program later replaced Strahan, Sara & Keke indefinitely as GMA3: What You Need To Know, with Robach continuing as host.

Jeffrey Epstein story

On November 2, 2019, Project Veritas released a late August 2019 “hot mic” incident in which Amy Robach discusses ABC shutting down her story on billionaire convicted sex offender and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein in 2015. Robach’s comments came just two days after an NPR story disclosed the existence of an on-camera interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre and ABC’s failure to broadcast it.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre says she was sexually trafficked by Epstein to powerful men including Prince Andrew, Duke of York — a claim the Duke has strenuously denied. In a “hot mic” video, Robach was recorded on set for ABC’s Good Morning America voicing the following statements:

“I’ve had the story for three years,” Robach says in the video. “We would not put it on the air. Um, first of all, I was told, ‘Who was Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows who that is. This is a stupid story.’ Then the palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways.”

Amy Robach goes on to say that Giuffre alluded to others in the interview, including former President Bill Clinton, Harvard University law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz and Epstein’s former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell. Giuffre has made similar accusations against all of them also in court documents. (All deny any wrongdoing or involvement in Epstein’s sex trafficking.) Giuffre has said in court papers that she saw Clinton in Epstein’s presence but did not witness Clinton participate in any sexual activity.

“I tried for three years to get it out to no avail, and now these new revelations and — I freaking had all of it,” Robach says on the tape. “I’m so pissed right now. Like, every day I get more and more pissed, ’cause I’m just like, ‘Oh my God! It was — what we had, was unreal.”

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Amy Robach further stated: “One of the reasons an interview with Roberts was not broadcast was because, we were so afraid we wouldn’t be able to interview Kate and Will, so I think that had also quashed the story.”

Robach responded to the leaked video with this statement: “As a journalist, as the Epstein story continued to unfold last summer, I was caught in a private moment of frustration. I was upset that an important interview I had conducted with Virginia Roberts didn’t air because we could not obtain sufficient corroborating evidence to meet ABC’s editorial standards about her allegations.

My comments about Prince Andrew and her allegation that she had seen Bill Clinton on Epstein’s private island were in reference to what Virginia Roberts said in that interview in 2015. I was referencing her allegations—not what ABC News had verified through our reporting. The interview itself, while I was disappointed it didn’t air, didn’t meet our standards. In the years since no one ever told me or the team to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein, and we have continued to aggressively pursue this important story.”

ABC News issued a statement, asserting: “At the time, not all of our reporting met our standards to air, but we have never stopped investigating the story. Ever since we’ve had a team on this investigation and substantial resources dedicated to it. That work has led to a two-hour documentary and 6-part podcast that will air in the new year.”

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Health issues

Amy Robach revealed on Good Morning America on November 11, 2013, that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after receiving a mammogram on live television on October 1, 2013, and after undergoing follow-up tests. She took time off from broadcasting to undergo a bilateral mastectomy.

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Robach revealed on November 22, 2013, that during the surgery, doctors found a second malignant tumor in her other breast and that cancer had spread to her lymph nodes (classified as stage IIB). She then underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy, radiation and reconstructive surgery. As of March 2022, Robach was cancer free.


Amy Robach is married to her second husband Andrew Shue, they had their wedding in 2010. Her husband is an actor and a former Melrose Place star. The couple got engaged in September 2009, after meeting at a book party the previous April. Robach and her husband married on Robach’s 37th birthday, February 6, 2010, at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, adjacent to the Hudson River. Amy Robach has three stepsons from her marriage to Andrew Shue, Nate (1997) Aidan (1999) and Wyatt (2004). However, she was married to her first husband Tim McIntosh from 1996 until filing for an uncontested divorce in 2008. They have two daughters, Ava (2002) and Analise (2006). As of mid-2022, Amy Robach and her husband Andrew Shue are still married and living a happy life with their kids.

Amy Robach net worth

How much is Amy Robach worth? Amy Robach net worth is estimated at around $12 million. Her main source of income is from her career as a television reporter. Robach’s salary per month with other career earnings is over $2 million annually. Her successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. She is one of the richest and most influential television reporters in the United States. Robach stands at an appealing height of 1.65m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.

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