Well, stay with us to know more about Ann Curry's retirement and hard times. Also, we will be revealing about her career and net worth in today's session. Get to know Ann Curry's net worth, sources of income, salary, house, and more here:
Ann Curry's current net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. Her first salary was $2000 which she received in 1978 as NBC intern. The same year, she earned $59,000 for a two-year contract as a reporter for KTVL $59,000.
Youtube: Ann Curry's first day as co-anchor
In 1991, Curry served as an anchor for a television program, Sunrise. For five years, she was paid $83,300. Afterward, she started working as the co-host of the Today's show and got recognized by people. At that time, she was paid $2 million for her work per year.
In 2003, Curry purchased a four-story townhouse on West 71st Street. The worth of house was $2.9 million. Though Curry did not reveal the pictures of her house, there is no doubt that her house is lavish and beautiful.
Furthermore, she bought a luxury home in Fairfield County, Connecticut in 2016. The estimated price of the house was $2.4 million.
Ann Curry's cars collection is quite small. She owns luxurious cars including Mercedes Benz and Mini Cooper. Besides being focused on career, Curry has barely shared her personal information to the media.
Moreover, Curry is dedicated to her professions as her Instagram and Twitter posts are mainly for her business purposes.
The American journalist who served as a reporter for more than 30 years has been listed in one of the prominent Journalists in the Journalism world. Earlier, she worked on many natural disasters, wars and human suffering.
Likewise, Curry was also able to report from the wars in different countries including, Congo, the Central African Republic, Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Israel, Afghanistan and so on. Also, she also covered numbers of disasters such as the earthquake in Haiti and the tsunami in Southeast Asia.
Youtube: Ann Curry reported disaster in Japan
Multiple awards winning Journalist became an international, national news anchor, and correspondent in 2012. After being anchor and correspondent for almost three years, she announced to leave NBC News.
The reason behind that was, she was pushed from NBC's Today morning franchise after a year as co-anchor. NBC executives believed that she and Lauer lacked on-screen chemistry.
Ann Curry stated, "she survived after being ousted from NBC's Today by staying humble and True to herself." Furthermore, she also stated
It hurt like hell.
Right after her resignation from NBC, Curry created her own multi-platform media startup. Now, she conducts major interviews on the network television. More recently, she interviewed Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif regarding the Iran nuclear talks.