Julie Moran

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Julie Moran (born Julie Bryan on January 10, 1962, in Thomasville, Georgia),[1] America's Junior Miss 1980,[2] was a correspondent on the entertainment news show Entertainment Tonight from 1994–2001. Before joining ET, she co-hosted NBA Inside Stuff with Ahmad Rashad and later replaced Frank Gifford as host of ABC's Wide World of Sports.[3] While at ABC Sports, she covered such events as the Super Bowl, figure skating, horse racing including the Triple Crown, and the Goodwill Games.[4]

She left her 50-hour-a-week job with Entertainment Tonight to raise her two daughters with her husband, actor Rob Moran.[5] She currently hosts The Insider's List With Julie Moran on the Fine Living TV channel, and appears in infomercials for products such as the Slim in 6 fitness program[6] and Timeless Secret beauty products.

In 1994, she was named one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People."[7]

Recently, she has been an occasional correspondent for Access Hollywood.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biography for Julie Moran, Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ America's Junior Miss Titleholders, Pageant Center
  3. ^ "ABC's Moran 1st Female To Host 'Wide World,' " Philadelphia Daily News (archive), January 7, 1994
  4. ^ Julie Moran Biography, Film Reference
  5. ^ "Hollywood Away From the Headlines," Loran Smith, Athens Banner-Herald, January 28, 2008
  6. ^ Slim in 6 infomercial, YouTube
  7. ^ "Julie Moran," People magazine, May 9, 1994

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