Debra Morgan Biography and Wiki
Debra Morgan is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has worked as an anchor for WRAL-TV since 1993. She has previously worked as a reporter in one of the stations in Jacksonville, FL, from 1990 to 1993.
Debra Morgan Age| How Old is Debra?
Debra is assumed to be around 35 -40 years as of now, She was born and raised in Lauderdale, Florida, United States,
Debra Morgan Height
Debra stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches with a moderate weight of 54Kg.
Debra Morgan Weight Loss
Debra has been undergoing a good weight loss routine.
Debra Morgan Family
Morgan is a well-skilled news anchor who was born and brought up in Lauderdale, FL. She owns her parents a great deal since there is the one who supported her dream to become a TV personality
Debra Morgan Education
To her academic records, Morgan is a 1988 Magna Cum Laude of the University of Miami where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication and Psychology. During her days on campus, she played for local teams such as NCSU, UNC, and Duke.
Debra Morgan Husband: Is Debra Married?
Debra Morgan is happily married to Scott, a pilot. The couple has been married for more than 20 years. The pair met while in high school. She has two cute dogs, 8-years old Black Labrador and 2-years old Yellow Labrador Harper.
She is often seen with her dogs in the studio. When she is not at work, Morgan enjoys reading to school children, emceeing events, giving a speech or she likes most, doing charity work.
Debra Morgan Salary
As a WRAL anchor, Debra receives an annual average salary of $200,000-$250,000.
Debra Morgan Glasses
Debra has been having issues with her vision and had no choice but to venture into wearing glasses like her fellow colleague Mr. Mike Maze.
Debra Morgan Measurements
- Full Names: Debra Morgan
- Age: 35 –40 years old
- Birthday: Unknown
- Height: 5 feet 7 inches
- Husband: Scott
- Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
- Net Worth: $100,000 – $500,000
Debra Morgan WRAL Net Worth
Debra has an estimated Net Worth of $100,000 to $1,000,000 as of 2021, She has amassed this amount from her career as a WRAL-TV anchor where she has been working since 1993.
Debra Morgan WRAL Wikipedia
Morgan is an anchor for WRAL-TV. She joined the WRAL news team in 1993 from Jacksonville, Fla, where she used to work as a reporter. She fell in love with journalism during her 10th grade in high school where she made newscasts, videotapes, and wrote newspapers for the Pony Express.
Her career started out back on the campus where she served as the editor-in-chief of the University of Miami newspaper and also worked on the air doing the newscast for the school station. From there, she got an opportunity for an internship at WPLG in Miami. Progressively, she received a call from the news director at WJXT in Jacksonville, FL, where she got hired as a reporter.
Debra Morgan Career Highlights
Back in 1993, she was there when UNC won the 1993 tournaments. Not only that, Debra covered the aftermath of terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Moreover, she spent a day at the White House, where she got a chance to interview former US President Barack Obama. Nonetheless, her effort to have an interview with one of Michael Jordan’s father’s murder suspect failed.
Furthermore, she had an incredible moment covering Garner’s own Scotty McCreery from the top 50 to the eventual winner of American Idol in Los Angeles. What a great experience she had while covering the 2006 Carolina Hurricanes from Canada to Raleigh for the ultimate winner of the Stanley Cup.
When Was Debra Morgan Born?
It is not really known when Debra was born, however, she is believed to be 35 -40 years old as of now.
How Long has Debra Morgan Been at WRAL?
She has been with WRAL since the year 1993.
Is Debra Morgan WRAL Married?
Debra Morgan is married to her husband Scott, a pilot. The yhave been married for more than 20 years.
Debra Morgan WRAL News
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