Terry Moran Biography
Terry Moran is an ABC News correspondent in the United States. He is currently employed as an ABC News Senior National Correspondent in Washington, D.C. Terry also covers national politics and policy, reporting from the White House, the campaign trail, and the Supreme Court for all ABC News programs.
He previously served as Chief White House Correspondent, co-anchor of the ABC News show Nightline and ABC’s Chief Foreign Correspondent. He has covered key issues for Nightline, including the 2012 election, the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, and the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to maintain the Affordable Care Act.
Terry Moran Age
Terry Moran was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States on December 9, 1959. He is 61 years old.
Terry Moran Height
Terry stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in/1.8m tall.
Terry Moran Family
Terry was born in Chicago to parents who raised him in Mount Prospect and Barrington Hills, Illinois. Margaret Louise Moran, his mother, died of Alzheimer’s disease. Furthermore, Terry has nine siblings, but there is no information about them.
Terry Moran Wife
He had two marriages, the first in the late 1980s to Karen Osler. In addition, Terry wed Johanna Cox, his second spouse, in 2015. A former journalist for Elle magazine, Johanna is a specialist in China intelligence and the Chinese language. The couple has three children and Terry has a child from his previous marriage.
Terry Moran Education
Terry attended Lawrence University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1982.
Terry Moran Salary
Terry earns an annual salary of $87,410.
Terry Moran’s Net Worth
Terry has an approximate net worth of $2 million.
Terry Moran Career
He is presently a Nightline co-anchor and an ABC News Supreme Court correspondent stationed in Washington, DC. For “Nightline,” Terry has reported on significant news events, such as the 2012 presidential election and the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. He has also covered Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, election night, and the 2013 Inauguration.
From September 1999 through July 2013, he was the ABC News supreme court correspondent in Washington, DC. Terry covered the Obama administration, the Obama administration, and the extraordinary presidential campaign of 2008 while in that position, as well as conducting nine one-on-one interviews with Barack Obama in 2006, giving him a unique insight into this president.
He began his career as a journalist at The New Republic magazine. Terry later worked as a reporter and editor for the Legal Times in Washington, D.C. In addition, from May 1992 to June 1997, he worked as a news correspondent and anchor for Court TV in New York.
He has received numerous honors, including the Emmy Award, the George Foster Peabody Award, the Merriman Smith Award from the White House Correspondents’ Association, and the Thurgood Marshall Journalism Award. Terry was also named ABC’s Chief Foreign Correspondent by ABC News President Ben Sherwood at the time.
In March 2009, he shared his own experience with Alzheimer’s disease. Terry stated that the condition ran in his family, and both his mother and grandmother died from it. In addition, he wanted to get his DNA examined to discover if he possessed any of the genetic markers connected to Alzheimer’s disease. He said that having your DNA checked for Alzheimer’s disease is a definite way to become an activist as well as a means to fight it.