Facts of Linda Cavanaugh Biography
|Spouse||Dr. Will Clark|
|Education||Bishop McGuiness High School, University of Oklahoma|
|Place of birth||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States|
The thirteen times Emmy Awards winner, Linda Cavanaugh is an American newscaster. Cavanaugh is known for working with NBC affiliate KFOR-TV (channel 4), in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Along with Kevin Ogle, Cavanaugh anchored station's weeknight 6:00 and 10:00 PM newscasts until her retirement in 2017.
Cavanaugh is married to husband, Dr. Will Clark and has two children from their relationship. Keep scrolling to know in details about Cavanaugh's early life, career, husband, education, awards, achievement, net worth, salary, house, cars, properties, nationality, ethnicity, relationships, affairs, marriage, children, and divorce.
Linda Cavanaugh Early Life and Education
Linda Cavanaugh was born in 1950 in Oklahoma City, United States. She belongs to an American nationality and holds white ethnicity. Her father was a veteran US medical personnel who have served in World War II.
Cavanaugh attended the Bishop McGuiness High School in Oklahoma City. In 1973, she completed her graduation from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism.
Linda Cavanaugh Career
Linda Cavanaugh began her journalism career in 1978 joining KFOR-TV as a general assignment reporter and news photographer. Later Canahaugh became the first woman evening news co-anchor in the early 1980s. In the late 1980s, she was honored for a special report by George Washington University.
Youtube: Linda Cavanaugh absolutely butchers the word "delicatessen"
Similarly, in the early 1990s, Cavanaugh became first television journalist allowed to photograph ancient Indian rituals. She also became first American journalist allowed in the Hanoi Hilton, a POW camp. Cavanaugh gained further popularity after making an investigative report about health conditions inside Oklahoma restaurants called "Behind Kitchen Doors."
Cavanaugh has won several awards including 13 Emmy Awards, 30 national awards, and a Headliner's Award. Cavanaugh worked for 40 years in broadcasting and retired on December 15, 2017.
Linda Cavanaugh Personal Life and Married Life
One of the renowned journalists, Linda Cavanaugh not only has a successful career but also a successful married life. Well, the 66 years old, Cavanaugh is married to Dr. Will Clark, an economics professor at the University of Oklahoma.
Cavanaugh met her future husband Clark after her graduation in 1973 and soon began. After dating for a couple of years, the duo tied the knot on 4th January 1975. They welcomed their first child, a son in Paul Clark in 1982. Likewise, Cavanaugh gave birth to their daughter Ann Elizabeth Clark in 1985.
The couple has been married more than four decades and is still together. Since their wedding, they have maintained a peaceful relationship without facing any rumors of divorce and extramarital affairs.
Linda Cavanaugh Net Worth
Linda Cavanaugh is living a lavish life with her husband and children. Cavanaugh worked in the field of a journalist for 40 years from which she earned a good sum or money. Currently, Cavanaugh has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.
The annual salary of KFOR-TV members is around $54,859 to $59,745. So she must have received the salary in the same range. Cavanaugh currently resides in Oklahoma City. In the backyard of her house, there is a large garden having tender plants and cozy nooks.
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