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|Born||Sara Hilary Haines
September 18, 1977
|Residence||New York City|
|Alma mater||Smith College (B.A., Government, 2000)|
|Occupation||TV entertainer, co-host, and correspondent|
|Known for||Today Show|
Sara Hilary Haines (born September 18, 1977) is the lifestyle anchor for Good Morning America Weekend and a correspondent for ABC News. Prior to joining ABC News, Haines was best known for her role on the fourth hour of NBC's Today Show, alongside Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, a position she held for four years, from May 2009 until August 2, 2013.
Early life and education
She resides in Brooklyn and enjoys training for triathlons. She has two chihuahuas as pets.. On November 22, 2014 she married Max Shifrin in the Bahamas.
She and her husband Max are expecting their first child in March, a son.
- "Bio: Sara Haines", MSNBC
- Barber-Just, Christina, "Live on Today: Sara Haines '00 makes her mark on America's number one morning show", SAQ, Spring 2010, Smith College Alumni Association
- Sullivan, Lauren (08-02-2013). http://www.today.com/klgandhoda/sara-haines-bids-tearful-farewell-today-6C10821570. TODAY Show. Retrieved December 27 2014