Amy Robach‘ is a famous American reporter. She rose to fame for co-hosting ABC’s ’20/20′ with David Muir. However, this great TV host has held the distinguished post of national correspondent for NBC. She is the wife of Andrew Shue. Robach has contributed her talents to countless other TV and news shows to date.

Who Is Amy Robach’s Husband?

Amy Robach was the wife of actor Tim Mclntosh. Tim Mclntosh is an actor as well as an athlete. He is a retired baseball player who played for the New York Yankees in the Major League Baseball.

Andrew and Amy at Ushuaia, Argentina
Andrew and Amy at Ushuaia, Argentina
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Tim and Amy are the parents of two children, Ava and Analisse Mclntosh. After being married in 19996, the pair remained married till 2009.

They did not, however, provide any information regarding the basis for their divorce. This couple both agreed and began co-parenting two gorgeous girls.

Amy Robach Current Relation

Amy Robach has a happy marriage with Andrew Shue. Andrew is a successful actor. He is popular for playing Billy Campbell in the TV sitcom ‘Melrose Place‘ from 1992 until 1999. Furthermore, this duo shares three sons from her husband’s former wife, Jennifer Hageney.

Amy and Andrew
Amy and Andrew
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He has previously played professional soccer in Zimbabwe and is a co-founder of CafeMom’s social network. Amy and Andrew met at a book party in April 2009.

Net Worth Of Good Morning America Reporter, Amy Robach

Mother of five children, Amy Robach’s net worth is around $10 million. According to Glassdoor, in the United States, the national average compensation for a Journalist is $53,939 per year. Moreover, her husband Andrew’s net worth is around $100 million.

American Reporter Amy at Half Moon, South Shetland Islands
American Reporter Amy at Half Moon, South Shetland Islands
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Amy began her career at WCBD before moving on to WTTG and finally settling down at NBC. Amy departed NBC after a successful career as an MSNBC anchor and ‘Weekend Today‘ co-anchor to accept an offer from ABC.

Career And Diagnosis Of Cancer Of Amy Robach

Robach works as a correspondent for the Good Morning America show. On March 31, 2014, she joined Good Morning America as a news anchor.

Furthermore, this beautiful reporter disclosed on Good Morning America on November 11, 2013, that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after obtaining mammography on live television on October 1, 2013. After conducting follow-up testing on the air. She took a break from broadcasting to have a bilateral mastectomy.

Reporter Amy with her husband, Dr. Oz and Amy Chiaro
Reporter Amy with her husband, Dr. Oz and Amy Chiaro
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According to married biography, after conducting follow-up testing on the air. The reporter took a break from broadcasting to have a bilateral mastectomy. Moreover, Robach revealed on November 22, 2013, that physicians discovered a second malignant tumor in her other breast during surgery.

The disease had spread to her lymph nodes ( Classified as Stage IIB). She then had eight rounds of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and reconstructive surgery.

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