CBS’ Jane Pauley Career Details: Net Worth Of The Sunday Morning TV Show Host
- Date of Birth Oct 31, 1950
- Age 71 Years, 11 Months
- Nationality American
- Birth Place Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
- Profession Journalist
- Career 1972–present
- Relationship Status Married
- Husband/Spouse Garry Trudeau (m. 1980)
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Wedding Date 1980
- Dating/Affair No
- Net Worth $40 Million
- Awards Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Religion Christianity
- Father Richard Pauley
- Mother Mary Pauley
- Sister/s Ann Pauley
- High School Warren Central High School
- College Indiana University, Indiana University Bloomington
- Height/ How Tall? 5'4" (1.63 m)
- Weight 57 kg (126 lbs)
- Feet (Shoe) Size 8 (US)
- Hair Short
- Hair Color Light Brown
- Eye Color Brown
- Body Measurements 33-24-35 Inches
- Lesbian No
- Son/s Ross Trudeau, Thomas Trudeau
- Daughter/s Rachel Trudeau
American television journalist, Jane Pauley had a fantastic Tv career. Mostly known for her anchoring the CBS Sunday Morning, her journey was fulfilling in every sense, whether that be becoming a role model to many or living the life of a millionaire.
The Indiana native is best known as a host of NBC's Tv show, The Today Show, serving for more than a decade. She later made her name as the host of CBS News' morning show, CBS Sunday Morning.
Pinky Shades: Jane hosts "A prison podcast" on CBS Sunday Morning in June 2018 in a pink theme (Photo: Youtube.com)
She took her first step in the media world was as a reporter at then-CBS affiliate WISH-TV in Indianapolis.
Jane Pauley's Career: Joined NBC in 1975
After three years at her job, Jane joined the NBC affiliate WMAQ-TV in 1975, co-anchoring in a significant evening newscast in Chicago.
In 1976, she joined as a correspondent in NBC's Today in 1976. She even served as a writer for NBC News for some time.
However, after 27 years of her life in broadcasting, Jane announced that she was leaving NBC back in June 2003. After a few months, she convinced the network and signed a deal to host her daytime talk show that premiered in 2004. However, the show didn't become successful due to poor ratings.
In addition to her appearance in the TV shows, Jane is also an author of a book Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue, published in 2004, where she talked about her struggle with bipolar disorder.
Apart from her battle with the disease, Jane returned to Today show to contribute in a weekly segment Your Life Calling in 2009.
Post NBC, Jane Pauley Headlined CBS Sunday Morning
Jane had her career on the run again after she filled in as a guest anchor of CBS This Morning and The Evening News since 2014. Later in 2016, Jane replaced Charles Osgood as a host after his retirement.
Originally hosted by Charles Kuralt, the brainchild of the show in 1979, CBS Sunday Morning was later hosted by Charles Osgood. Osgood hosted the CBS Sunday Morning for more than 22 years before passing the baton to Jane.
The NBC veteran has served as the lead host of CBS Sunday Morning ever since and has preserved the traditionality of the show along with few tweaks to give it a modern touch.
CBS News Sunday Morning Celebrates Four Decades With Jane
The show CBS Sunday Morning reached a milestone when it completed its forty years of stint on CBS in September 2018.
In an episode entitled, Sunday's Best: Celebrating 40 Years of CBS Sunday Morning, Jane interviewed the creator of the most recognizable fashion brand, Ralph Lauren.
In the interview, Ralph talked about his childhood days, his decision in moving towards fashion and changing his last name as a young man, the 50th anniversary of the company (valued over $10 billion), and many more.
He even shared that you don't have to wear a label to be important and he gave a living proof not wearing his own label.
The interview was part of the Sunday Morning's primetime special which featured interviews with supermodel Chrissy Teigen and her singer husband, John Legend, Academy Award winner Robert Redford and other stars as well.
Jane Pauley's Bio: Happily Married With Cartoonist Husband Garry Trudeau
The long-serving host was born on 31 October 1950 to Richard and Mary Pauley. Her parents raised her along with her sister Ann Pauley who she idolizes.
Her sister is her best friend and closest confidant since childhood. Jane, who had a keen interest in the analysis of political activity, gained her graduate degree from Indiana University in political science in 1971.
Apart from her career, Jane is also a wife and a mother at her home. She shares the marital relationship with American cartoonist Garry Trudeau, 69. The couple has been holding each other's hand since June 1980.
All Smiles: Jane Pauley with husband Garry Trudeau in an undated photo (Photo: liverampup.com)
They are a parent of three children; twins, Rachel and Ross,35 and Thomas, 32.
Jane Pauley's Salary With CBS & Vast Net Worth
Jane's remarkable contribution to the field of journalism not only gave her fame but also several awards and paychecks.
For her remarkable work, she has received multiple Emmy Awards and also won the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. She is recipient of the Radio and Television News Directors Association's Paul White Award for Lifetime Contribution to Electronic Journalism.
Similarly, her time has been fulfilling economically as she is one of the richest journalists around. Being a veteran export from NBC her salary is one of the highest in CBS' paybrackets. CBS' policy of keeping their payment structure hidden means her actual salary has not yet been revealed to the public.
However, the fact that she enjoys a salary in millions would be backed through her net worth. She has accumulated the astonishing net worth of $40 Million, through her works in various Tv shows.
With Jane Pauley showing no signs of stopping even at the age of 67, her net worth is sure to see a rise.