Cynthia McFadden Biography
Cynthia McFadden is an American TV journalist currently a legal and investigative correspondent for NBC News. She was born on May 27th, 1956 in Lewiston, Maine, USA.
She attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine ad graduated with a Phi Beta Kappa and Summa cum laude in 1978. She then received her Juris Doctorate degree in 1984 from Columbia Law School in New York City.
She got married to John Davis on September 9th, 1989 but divorced in 1996. She suffers from Crohn’s disease and has raised awareness about the disease through public service announcements.
Cynthia McFadden ABC News, and NBC News
From 1984 to 1991, McFadden was the official maker of Fred Friendly’s Media and Society courses based at Columbia, a large number of which were communicated on PBS.
She at that point joined the Courtroom Television Network as an anchor and maker in 1991, its debut year. Subsequent to working there for quite a long while, she joined ABC News in 1994 as the system’s lawful reporter, covering among different subjects the O. J. Simpson preliminary.
McFadden turned into an anchor of Primetime in 2004 and, having recently substituted for Ted Koppel on a few events, an anchor of Nightline on November 28, 2005, alongside Martin Bashir and Terry Moran, following the long-term anchor’s last communicate.
Bashir left the program because of the aftermath of validity issues from the contested and questionable reports on vocalist Michael Jackson and was supplanted by Bill Weir in 2010. The three would in general anchor in movements, driving the show independent from anyone else each third night.
While Nightline was undermined with wiping out in 2002 under Koppel’s long-structure reporting design, it saw a resurgence in its evaluations and conspicuousness in the wake of changing to greater big-name subjects, popular culture and diversion news, frequently seeking higher numbers with the Late Show with David Letterman.
As an anchor, McFadden led various huge meetings incorporating ones with superstars, for example, Clint Eastwood, Paul McCartney, and Judge Judy Sheindlin, over a significant time span world pioneers, for example, Pervez Musharraf and Tony Blair, and five with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
On March 29, 2014, following two decades with ABC News, with the most recent nine years as a Nightline anchor, McFadden left and joined NBC News. She fills in as the senior legitimate and insightful reporter, adding to NBC’s analytical unit overall NBC News stages.
McFadden is a giver for wowOwow.com, a site propelled in 2008 for ladies to talk about culture, legislative issues, and tattle. She has moreover facilitated or co-hosted various documentaries and specials on ABC. She is co-seat of the leading body of IWMF (International Women’s Media Foundation).
Cynthia McFadden Awards
Here is a list of her awards;
- George Foster Peabody Award (1985)
- Cine Golden Eagles (2)
- Ohio State Award
- Silver Gavels (2) from the American Bar Association
- Grand Award of the New York Festival
- Blue Ribbon of the American Film Festival
- Nominated for an Emmy
Cynthia McFadden Age
She was born on May 27th, 1956 in Lewiston, Maine, USA.
Cynthia McFadden Son
She has a son with Foreign Affairs editor James Hoge, Spencer Graham McFadden Hoge, who was born in 1998 and named after the actor Spencer Tracy.
Cynthia McFadden Height
She is 5’7” tall.
Cynthia McFadden Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $5 million.