Quick Facts of Maureen O'Boyle
|Full Name||Maureen O'Boyle|
|Date of Birth||1963 /07 /14|
|Birthplace||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Profession||Television reporter and News anchor|
|Height||5' 8" (173 cm)|
|Weight||120 lbs (54.4 kg)|
|Body Measurement||36C-24-34 in|
|Education||West Charlotte High School|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Wikipedia|
Short Description of O’Boyle Bio :
For your kind information; Maureen O’Boyle is one of the most popular and successful American television reporter and news anchor. She is working as the lead anchor for the WBTV News 3 in her hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina. O’Boyle also anchors the weekly report “Stretching Your Dollar” and has been the anchorwoman for a couple of TV shows like “A Current Affair” and “Extra.” Hard working O’Boyle successfully won the millions of heart through her simplicity.
Maureen O’Boyle stepped into this world on July 14, 1963, and is one of the ten children. She was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her father worked for Xerox thus their family was almost moving every two years from New York to England until and unless they settled back in Charlotte. In Charlotte, her father started a specialty advertising company “Timeplanner Calendars.”
— Chris | WBTV Web (@ChrisDotWeb) May 29, 2017
O’Boyle’s sixth brothers took the complete responsibility of the family business and helped it to make a multimillion-dollar company. They sold it in summer 2007. Speaking of O’Boyle’s education, she graduated from West Charlotte High School in 1981. Later, she studied journalism at East Carolina University.
Maureen O’Boyle’s early career:
In the freshman year at East Caroline University, O’Boyle helped to restore the campus radio station WZMB. Her journalism career started when she was hired to do morning cut-ins at the NBC affiliate in the station WITN. Later, she went to work in Greenville on weekends for WNCT.
— Maureen O'Boyle WBTV (@MaureenOBoyle) May 28, 2017
The talented journalist, Maureen left school before graduation and worked as a nightside reporter and promoted to noon anchor in WECT in Wilmington. After, WECT, she worked as a co-anchor and reporter for WMAZ. She left the job to join CBS affiliate KREM 2 in Spokane, Washington to become the main anchor.
Maureen O’Boyle age was 27 when she was recruited to replace Maury Povich on “A Current Affair.” She hosted the show for around five years until 1995 and replaced by Penny Daniels. In the same year, she started to work as weekend anchor and reporter for TV series “Extra.”
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— Lyndsay Tapases ☔ (@LyndsayWBTV) May 24, 2017
In 1996, she left “Extra” to proof her versatility and hosted her talk show “In Person.” O’Boyle also appeared in numerous movies like “So I Married an Axe Murderer” and “Undisputed.”
O’Boyle also appeared in the 1998 episodes of “The Larry Sanders Show” where she interviewed Garry Shandling’s lead character. She stopped her professional career to focus on her personal life after being a mother. After around four year’s gap, she returned to her hometown and joined WBT.
Maureen O’Boyle’s Personal Life
Talking about her personal life, in 1992 she revealed that a man broke into her apartment and raped her on April 3, 1986. The man, James E. Starling, was arrested after committing the second raped and was sentenced to 50 years in prison.
— Maureen O'Boyle WBTV (@MaureenOBoyle) May 26, 2017
Till the date, there are no any rumors of her dating life or relationship rumors ever broadcasted in the media. Also, there is no any news of her wedding, but still she is the mother of a child. She gave birth to her daughter, Keegan O’Boyle on 8th September 1999.
O’Boyle every day brought her daughter on the set of “Extra.” It might be a tough job for O’Boyle to balance personal as well as professional life. However, the secretive O’Boyle has not revealed anything regarding her partner and the father of her child.
Maureen O’Boyle’s Charity Works
Besides O’Boyle’s journalism career, she is also taking part in numerous charities. She works with the charities like American Red Cross, Assistance League of Charlotte, American Heart Association, Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, Community Blood Center of the Carolinas and Dress for Success.
O’Boyle even appeared in the charity edition of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” in November 2010 where she easily raised $48, 000 for the “Greater Enrichment Program.”
Maureen O’Boyle’s Net worth and sources of income
O’Boyle started her professional career in 1981, and now it’s been a long time that she has been actively working in the field. Secretive O’Boyle has not revealed the exact figure of her net worth, but there is no doubt that she has a handsome salary. She might have collected the amount through her television news anchor and reporting over three decades.