Birth Date: January 7, 1957
Birth Place: Arlington, Virginia
Height: 5' 4 "
Occupation: Actress, American journalist and media personality.
The Chicago Sun Times writes that Katie Couric's legs are "tanned and painstakingly arranged for sit-down interviews." The New York Times writes: "The camera fixates on Ms. Couric's legs during interviews, she performs in innumerable skits and stunts, and her clowning is given center stage even during news events."
Filmography as: Actress, Herself, Archive Footage, Notable TV Guest Appearances
Herself - filmography
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (2004) (TV) .... Herself - Host
Katherine Anne Couric, better known as Katie Couric (born January 7, 1957) is an American journalist and media personality. She was born in Arlington, Virginia. She refers to herself as of medium height. She is 5' 4".
Couric joined NBC News in 1989 as a reporter. From 1989 to 1991 Couric filled in for Bryant Gumbel as host of The Today Show, Jane Pauley, and Deborah Norville as co-host of The Today Show, Garrick Utley, Mary Alice Williams, and Maria Shriver as co-host of Sunday Today, John Palmer, Deborah Norville, and Faith Daniels as anchor of the former NBC News program NBC News at Sunrise, and also for Faith Daniels, Deborah Norville, and John Palmer as the newsreader on The Today Show. In 1990, she joined The Today Show as national correspondent, becoming a co-host in February 1991, at first temporarily when Norville had a baby, but later on in April 1991 on a more permanent basis when Norville left The Today Show to spend time with her newborn baby. In 1992, she began working as a collaborator at Dateline NBC, where her reports appear regularly. She hosted or worked on a number of "specials" (one-time programs): Everybody's Business: America's Children, in 1995 was a report on the state of children in the U.S. Katie Couric has filled in for Tom Brokaw on NBC Nightly News. Couric has also filled in for Garrick Utley on the Sunday Edition of NBC Nightly News from 1989 to 1992, and also for Maria Shriver on the Satudary Edition of NBC Nightly News in 1989. Couric may be the next anchor of the CBS Evening News.
Similar "specials" of a commercial or trivial aspect were Legend to Legend: A Celebrity Cavalgate in 1993, and Harry Potter: Behind the Magic in 1999.
Her sister, Virginia Democratic politician, Emily Couric, died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 54 in 2001 after a grueling battle with the disease.
Celebrity news, such as People , reported that she dated smooth jazz trumpeter Chris Botti, but they reportedly broke up in February 2005.
She was previously and has intermittently since been linked with multi-millionaire TV producer, Tom Werner, whose home base of California has proved problematic for the New York-based Couric.
Matt Lauer and Katie Couric were discussing the disturbing number of young people they see smoking. “Don’t you just want to go up and talk to them and warn them?” says Couric. “Sometimes when they cuss, I go up and say something to them. Because they say these words…and it’s really upsetting!”
Good to know: Katie will lecture your kids for you. If that’s not the work of America’s Sweetheart, we don’t know what is
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