Deborah Duncan Biography and Wiki
Born Deborah Kay Duncan (May 27) is an American Emmy Award-winning Television Host/Producer at CBS’s own station, KHOU-TV, Houston, Texas. She is famous for her daily show “Great Day Houston” where she often covers health, fitness, and life improvement.
Deborah Duncan Age and birthday
Deborah was born on May 27th in Oklahoma City, United States of America. Her birth sign is Gemini. Her age and date of birth will be updated soon when available.
Deborah Duncan Height
The Television Host stands at an average height and stature. Her actual height measurements will be updated soon when available.
Deborah Duncan Education
Deborah attended five different elementary schools and completed grade school in San Antonio where her father retired. She then proceeded to the University of Texas in Austin and graduated with a degree in Radio-Television-Film.
Deborah Duncan Family, Parents, Siblings
After three months of her birth, her parents moved to Taiwan and Japan. Her father served in the military. Her parents’ identities have not been disclosed to the public. It’s therefore not known whether if she has any siblings. Further information will be updated when available.
Deborah Duncan Husband, Is She Married?
Indeed Yes! The beautiful journalist is married to her loving husband Neal Horner who owns his own company and provides iron gated access control systems and ornamental iron art pieces. Details of their wedding will be updated soon when established.
Deborah Duncan Son, Kids
Deborah is a mother to her 9-year-old third-grader, Duncan. She named her son Duncan after her maiden name.
Deborah Duncan Salary
According to CBS News salaries, Duncan receives an annual salary of $33,774 to $112,519 a year. Her actual salary is under review and will be updated soon.
Deborah Duncan Net Worth
Deborah Duncan has an estimated net worth of $700,000 as of 2021. her primary source of income is her career as a tv host.
Deborah Duncan KHOU-TV
Duncan kicked off her career by spending a couple of years in radio, and later made the switch to television as a reporter at the CBS station in Austin and then became an anchor at the ABC station. She later relocated to Dallas, where she started a talk show called “Good Morning Texas” at WFAA-TV, the sister station of KHOU-TV.
Three years later, Deborah moved to New York City to co-host a talk show for Lifetime Television called “Our Home.” After her contract with CBS ended, Deborah joined KHOU-TV Channel 11 as an anchor on 11 News This Morning in December 2002.
Deborah worked for six years at the news desk and returned to the talk show format as host of Great Day Houston. She works on the National Board of Directors for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and is a Board Member for the Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP).