Amy Robach is a well-known correspondent for Good Morning America on the ABC Network. She previously worked as an anchor for MSNBC. Robach holds a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Georgia. Additionally, she has served as a substitute for Robin Roberts during her leave from Good Morning America. Robach is married to Andrew Shue and they have two children together. She also co-hosts the program 20/20 with Elizabeth Vargas.
Amy Robach was born on February 6, 1973 in East Lansing, Michigan, USA. She spent much of her childhood in St. Louis, Missouri and also lived in various places such as Georgia, Washington D.C, South Carolina, and New York City. She resided in Atlanta before moving to Snellville to attend Brookwood High School. As a teenager, Robach competed in pageants and was particularly successful in the bikini portion. In 1994, she placed as the third runner-up in the Miss Georgia pageant and was also named Miss Gwinnett County that same year.
She publicly announced in November 2013 that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Prior to this, she had undergone a nationally televised mammogram in October 2013. She took a few months off from her career to undergo a bilateral mastectomy and is now cancer-free. Throughout her career, she has reported on important issues such as global warming and animal trafficking. A gallery of photographs depicting her professional and personal life, including images from her younger days, is available for viewing.