An American journalist Connie Chung has been the anchor as well as the reporter for U.S. TV news networks NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and the MSNBC. Few famous interview of her includes Claus von Bulow as well as U.S. Representative Gary Condit whom she interviewed at first after Chandra Levy disappearance and the basketball legend Earvin Johnson after he went to public about being HIV- positive.

She was the Washington, D.C., based correspondent for CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite in early 1970s during Watergate political scandal. She then left for Los Angeles CBS affiliate KNXT which was in nation’s second largest local market, Southern California. She was also an anchor of CBS Newsbriefs for west coast stations from KNXT studios at the Columbia Square during her time there.

A native of Washington, D. C., United States, and Connie Chung was born on 20th August of the year 1946 which has now made her at the age of 69. She belongs to an American nationality and is of White ethnicity. Although she is known by the name Connie Chung, as a child, she was named as Constance Yu-Hwa Chung Povich. As she was born in the month of August, her star sign is Leo.

She was born as the youngest child among the ten children to her parents. The family then immigrated after a less than a year of the birth of Connie. She went to get her education from the Montgomery Blair High School located in Silver Spring, Maryland and graduated from there. after that, she went to to get the degree in the journalism at University of Maryland, College Park in the year 1969.

Moving on to her personal life biography, Chung is a married woman. She is married to her husband Maury Povich who is a talk show host. The couple has been married to each other since the year 1972 and they are living their blissful life. After marrying to Povich, Chung converted to the Judaism. she has now become devoted to faith and also attends the synagogue along with her family.

Connie and her husband Maury have also adopted one child, a son on 20th June of the year 1995 who is named as Matthew Jay Povich. They had also hosted a show titled as Weekends with Maruy and Connie on the MSNBC. it was her first appearance as the TV host since the year 2003. The show was then cancelled and was aired its final episode on 17th June of 2006. On the episode, she dressed in white evening gown and dancing a top black piano.

Prior to that, Chung also accepted teaching fellowship at John F. Kennedy School of Government at teh Harvard University. While there, she also wrote a discussion paper titled as The Business of Getting The Get: Nailing an Exclusive Interview in the Prime Time. She was also nominated for the 2013 New Jersey Hall of Fame for the General Services. To get more information related to her bio as well as fired, the news can also be accessed from various sources and she can also be connected via her Instagram and Twitter account.



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