Cynthia McFadden is a recognized journalist who works as an NBC News TV senior legal and investigative correspondent. Previously, she worked as a correspondent and anchor for ABC News from 1994 until she moved to NBC News TV. Nonetheless, Cynthia works as a co-anchor for Nightline and occasionally appears on ABC News Special Primetime.
Cynthia McFadden Age
Cynthia McFadden was born in Lewiston, Maine, United States, on 27th May 1956.
Cynthia McFadden Height
Cynthia stands at a stature of 5 feet 4 inches/1.62 m tall.
Cynthia McFadden Husband
Cynthia is currently in a relationship with James F. Hoge Jr. In 1996, she divorced Michael John Davies, the editor and publisher of the Hartford Courant. McFadden married John Davies on September 9, 1989, and the marriage lasted 7 years. However, before marrying her, John was already married and divorced.
Cynthia McFadden Kids
In 1998, she had a son (Spencer Graham McFadden Hoge) with James Hoge, the Foreign Affairs Editor. They called their kid Spencer Tracy after the actor Spencer Tracy. Cynthia had been adopted. Nonetheless, she has kept any details about her parents and siblings private. We will upgrade this section as soon as she reveals the hidden details.
Cynthia McFadden Education
She studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and received honors and the summa cumlaude degrees in 1978. She subsequently went on to study law at Columbia Law School in New York City, where she received her Juris Doctorate in 1984.
Cynthia McFadden Salary
McFeddan annually receives a salary of $76,393
Cynthia McFadden’s Net Worth
Cynthia’s estimated net worth is $3 million.
Cynthia McFadden Career
McFadden suffers from Crohn’s disease and has done public service advertisements to promote awareness of the ailment. She also supports David Lynch’s foundation work and practices Transcendental Meditation.
Her work adds to the broad coverage of investigations and extraordinary devotion to NBC’s investigative Unit across all NBC News platforms.
Before that, in February 1994, she joined ABC News as its legal correspondent. After two years, she was promoted to “Prime Time” correspondent and made broadcast co-anchor in 2004. Cynthia worked as the legal editor and narrator for ABC News’ groundbreaking documentary series “In the Jury Room” that year.
Before joining ABC News, she worked as a senior producer and anchor for the Courtroom TV Network. She began here in 1991 when the broadcast first aired. She was also the executive producer for Fred Friendly’s Media and Society courses at Columbia University.