Savannah Guthrie is an American Television host and lawyer born in Australia. Savannah Guthrie is working for NBC’s Today as co-anchor since 2012 replacing Ann Curry.
However, she started her job at NBC News as a legal analyst and correspondent.
Savannah Guthrie is married to Democratic politician Michael Feldman on 15 March 2014. Feldman is also a communication consultant.
The couple is blessed with a daughter (2014) and a son (2016) named Vale and Charles Max respectively.
Earlier to marrying Feldman, Guthrie was the wife of BBC News anchor Mark Orchard. They tied a knot after dating some months in December 2005, however, got divorced after 4 years.
Orchard is also the ex-husband of current director strategic communication for Facebook, Anne Kornblut.
Savannah Guthrie was born in Melbourne, Australia. During that time, her father used to work in Australia as a mining engineer.
When she was two years old, her family came back to Tucson, Arizona. She lost her father due to a heart attack when she was just 16.
After graduating from Amphitheater High School, Tucson, she joined the University of Arizona. She graduated from the university with a bachelor in Journalism in 1993 with cum laude.
During her college, she also served as a member of Arizona Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi.
Guthrie joined Georgetown University Law Center for masters and earned Juris Doctor in 2002 along with magna cum laude.
During her graduation, she was also inaugurated into the Order of the Coif. According to Arizona Supreme Court, she attained the highest score in the Arizona bar exam in July 2002 among 634 candidates.
Savannah Guthrie stands tall at the height of 5 feet 10 inches and weighs 60 kilograms.
With hard to get banana body shape, she has measurements of 34-25-35 inches. Her dress size is 4 whereas it requires 32B bra size for her.
She is the hot anchor of NBC News sanctified with appealing body measurements. She also once posed for Sports Illustrated swimsuit along with other models though she didn’t wear a bikini like them.
Savannah possesses the title of ‘hot journalist’ of the network with her alluring personality.
Though becoming a mother to two toddlers and hectic life, she has maintained well-tone figure not less than any supermodel when compared. She has disclosed that her fitness is the outcome of her sweaty workouts and tennis.
Talking about her hobbies, Guthrie loves sharing her time with her toddlers and story-telling them. She has got sharp fashion sense and loves collecting items for her closet.
She started her broadcasting career with ABC affiliate station. With her impressive coverage at the previous channel, NBC hired her in 2007 as a legal correspondent and the journey is still in progress.
After completing her college, Guthrie joined KMIZ, ABC affiliate TV station in Columbia, Missouri and worked for two years. In 1995, she started working with NBC affiliate station KVOA in Tucson. In 2000, she signed for WRC-TV, where she covered issues like anthrax attacks in 2001 and September 11 attack 2001.
Working several years as a journalist, Guthrie then chose to continue her Juris Doctor and completed in 2002. For some period, she practiced law at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld as a litigation associate. She also served CourtTV as a national trial correspondent from 2004 to 2007. During her time at CourtTV, she covered prominent legal happening like the Martha Stewart case, the Carlie Brucia kidnap and murder trial and the Michael Jackson trial as well.
In 2007, she was hired by NBC News and reported continuously around the country. From 2008 to 2011, she worked as a White House correspondent. She also co-hosted of The Daily Rundown on MSNBC from 2010 to 2011 and became fill-in anchor for NBC Nightly News.
In 2011, the network announced that Guthrie as a co-anchor of Today 9 a.m. hour with Natalie Morales and Al Roker and also remained Chief Legal Editor for the show. She debuted as Chief Legal Analyst of NBC News on 25 May 2012. As the announcement on 29 June 2012, Guthrie appeared on Today show along with Matt Lauer on 9 July 2012 replacing Ann Curry.
She has also anchored the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with Matt Lauer as well as Al Roker on NBC and also the annual Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting.
Savanah Guthrie has debuted in the movie Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! in 2015.
Apart journalism, she has also co-authored “Princesses Wear Pants” with Allison Oppenheim.
Her Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie has a net worth of $2 million, according to that same report, but signed a new contract with NBC after that number was estimated.
Apart from wealth, she has created her own stardom as a high-flying personality of the network.
All her good luck is the outcome of her dedication, hard work, and studious nature. She is actually empowering other women to dream and working hard for making that in reality.