David Muir is an American journalist and an anchor who is currently working for ABC World News Tonight and ABC News magazine 20/20. He won four News & Documentary Emmy Awards and Writers Guild of America. He also was enlisted as the Sexiest Men Alive in 2014 by People Magazine.
Short-Bio of David Jason Muir
David Muir, born as David Jason Muir, was born on 8th November 1973, in Syracuse, New York, United States. He holds the American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
He is one of two children of Ronald Muir (father) and Pat Mills (mother). He was raised with elder sister Rebecca Muir and two younger step-siblings.
He went to Onondaga Central Junior-Senior High School and completed his studies in May 1991. After this, he graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. Later he attended political journalism at Georgetown University and then went to Spain and completed his study at the University of Salamanca.
His Relationship Status: Married Or Dating?
David Muir is yet to be married and has not revealed anything about his relationship officially. Despite having been seen on the television for many years, he is not dating anyone.
Some online sources think him to be gay. The fact of his sexuality will be out after he himself speaks about his sexuality.
The host is active in social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He is an avid dog lover, he uploads various pictures of him along with his dog on his official Instagram.
His Net Worth, Salary and House
David Muir has been working as an anchor for many years. From his long career, he has collected $10 million net worth as of 2020.
He has been working at the ABC News Channel for more than a decade. His earnings are estimated to be around $5 million per year.
In 2019, ABC News Anchor bought a house on Skaneateles Lakes for $7 million in 2019. The house is spread in 4,300 sq ft with six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two kitchens.
Career As a Journalist
David Muir started working at WTVH television after he graduated from university in 1994. There he worked as an anchor and reporter. His coverage of the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister gave him top honor form the Radio-Television News Director Association. He worked at the WTVH for six years until 2000 and left the job.
In 2000, he went to WCVB television. While working there, he won the regional Edward R. Murrow Award for investigating the report of hijackers involved in the 11th September 2001 attack. But he worked there for three years and left the job in 2003.
In 2003, he joined ABC News as an anchor and while he was working there, he won four News & Documentary Emmy Awards. Furthermore, he also won a CINE Golden Eagle Award for his reporting in March 2016. He is still working on ABC News with a show on 20/20.