19 Facts About Amy Robach


Amy Joanne Robach was born on February 6,1973 and is an American television reporter formerly for ABC News.


Amy Robach served as a national correspondent for NBC News from 2003 to 2007, and became co-host of the Saturday edition of NBC's Today as well as anchor on MSNBC from 2007 to 2012.


From May 2012 to January 2023, Amy Robach worked for ABC News.


Amy Robach was a contributor for Good Morning America from May 2012 until March 2020, when she became the host of Pandemic: What You Need to Know, a show created in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.


Amy Robach's family moved again to Georgia, where she attended high school and college.


Amy Robach graduated from Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia, and from the University of Georgia with high honors in broadcast journalism.


Amy Robach was 4th runner-up in the 1995 Miss Georgia pageant.


Amy Robach then left the station in 1999, and started working at WTTG in Washington, DC, then moved to MSNBC in 2003 where she spent four years, including a stint anchoring two hours in the morning, and filling in on Weekend Today, Countdown with Keith Olbermann and Morning Joe.


Amy Robach was named co-anchor of Weekend Today in July 2007.


Amy Robach initially appeared on ABC's Good Morning America as a correspondent.


Amy Robach became the show's news anchor on March 31,2014.


Amy Robach's comments came just two days after an NPR story disclosed the existence of an on-camera interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre and ABC's failure to broadcast it.


Amy Robach is a cousin of former Nashville Star contestant Matt Lindahl.


Amy Robach was married to Tim McIntosh from 1996 until filing for an uncontested divorce in 2008.


Amy Robach became engaged to former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue in September 2009.


On November 11,2013, Amy Robach revealed on Good Morning America that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after receiving a mammogram on live television on October 1,2013, and after undergoing follow-up tests.


Amy Robach took time off from broadcasting to undergo a bilateral mastectomy.


On November 22,2013, Amy Robach revealed that during the surgery, doctors found a second malignant tumor in her other breast and that the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes.


Amy Robach then underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy, radiation and reconstructive surgery.