|Full name||Margaret Jane Pauley|
|Know as||Jane Pauley, Pauley, Jane|
|Birth place||Indianapolis, Indiana, United States|
|Age||67 years, 11 month, 19 days|
|Height||5' 4" (1.63 m)|
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Margaret Jane Pauley Biography:
After stepping down from her place on Today in 1989, Pauley started a successful NBC weekly magazine show, Real Life with Jane Pauley, which was later renamed Dateline. In 2003, after 27 years of broadcast, Pauley announced that she was leaving NBC.
Journalist, television anchorman. Produced on October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jane Pauley was among the most famous morning television personalities during the 1970s and 1980s. After graduating from Indiana University in 1971, she was employed as a reporter for an Indianapolis television station to get several years. Besides her responsibilities on Today, Pauley served as a correspondent and writer for NBC News to get a time.
Stepping down after a younger female host was added in 1989, Pauley started a successful NBC weekly magazine show, Real Life with Jane Pauley, afterwards renamed Dateline. Pauley additionally replaced for Tom Brokaw on the NBC Nightly News. In 2003, after 27 years of broadcast, Pauley announced she was leaving NBC in June.
As well as her television career, Pauley has authored a novel about her private battle with bipolar disorder, Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue (2004). A couple of years later, she became involved in a legal fight with The New York Times. In Pauley’s suit, she asserted that she was misled regarding the type of a 2005 interview she did. She considered that she was bringing to some news article inside a specific advertising supplement, to not the ad itself.
Pauley has openly admitted her battle with bipolar disorder , and it has given her time plus name to community health and education advocacy plans and has served on the direction board for New York City’s Children’s Health Fund.
Since 2014, Pauley continues to be giving to CBS Sunday Morning and has guest-hosted CBS This Morning.
Pauley lives in nyc along with her husband, cartoonist Garry Trudeau. They’ve three kids, twins Rachel and Ross and Thomas.