Facts of Michelle Kosinski Biography
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Introduction, Early Life, and Education
Michelle Kosinski, a gorgeous American television personality was born on May 6, 1974, in Willingboro Township, New Jersey. She is the daughter of Robert and Jeanette. Her father was former biologist while her mother was a housewife.She spent her childhood days in Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey. She recently works for CNN as the White House correspondent.
Michelle joined St. Charles Borromeo School where she graduated with top honors of her class. Later she graduated from Holy Cross High School where she was also the member of the cheerleading team. She was a competent ballet dancer.
Michelle Kosinski completed her Bachelors and Masters in journalism from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Michelle Kosinski started her journalism career from WIFR-TV which is affiliated with CBS television situated in Rockford Illinois. Then she worked with WSOC-TV where she received Best Reporter Award in 2001. In the same year, she joined WTVJ and then moved to NBC in 2005 where she was announced as the foreign correspondent in 2010.
She became well-known in the media after her coverage of natural calamities including the deadly Hurricane Katrina Aftermath. Her other significant works include coverage of Presidential Election 2008, Britain Serial Killings, British Royal Wedding, Afghanistan 2012, and London Olympics.
Michelle Kosinski got married to Kimbell Duncan who is a widower with two twins and is a retired investment banker. Her past affairs have not been revealed in public. There are no rumors regarding their separation as the couple seems supportive to each other.
Michelle has a fit physique and an attractive personality in spite of her old age. She has blonde hair and body measurement of 36-27-36. There is no exact information about her salary but she is expected to earn a lot as she recently bought a home of $5.6 million dollars in Coral Gables, Florida in 2009. Kosinski is known as a skilled and a versatile anchor covering every sort of news.