Deborah James is an American Journalist and television news personality who is currently the co-anchor of ABC’s Good Morning America. She has been with the network since 2014. What Happened To Deborah James: Is She Married.
Deborah James Height & Weight
How tall is Deborah James? She stands at the height of 1.6 m i.e. 5 feet and 3 inches tall. She has a body weight of 115 lbs i.e. 52 kg. She has a slim body build. Her body measurements are 34-24-35 inches. Her bra size is 34A.
Deborah James Early life and education
James was born in New York City, the daughter of a doctor and a nurse. She attended high school in Connecticut and graduated from Harvard University in 1997 with a degree in government.
After college, James worked as a producer for ABC News in New York and then as a reporter for News 12 Brooklyn. She also worked as an anchor and reporter for WNYW-TV before joining Good Morning America in 2014.
Deborah James Career
At Good Morning America, James has reported on major stories including the 2016 presidential election, Hurricane Matthew, the mass shooting in Orlando, and the death of Prince. She has also interviewed a number of high-profile guests including President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
In addition to her work on Good Morning America, James is a regular contributor to ABC News’ nightline and 20/20. She has also appeared as a guest host on The View and The Talk.
Deborah James Husband
Is She Married? James is married to Paul James, an investment banker. They have two children together.
Deborah James Bowel Cancer Research
Deborah James said of her fundraising success, “It makes me feel like we’re all kind of in it at the end together and we all want to make a difference and say ‘You know what? Screw you cancer “.
Deborah James has received a great deal of support after revealing that she is receiving treatment for bowel cancer while in hospice care. On Tuesday, radio host Liza Koff announced to the BBC that she had raised more than 1 million pounds (equivalent to $1,23300 USD) for her Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research campaign in only 24 hours.
“I’m absolutely mind blown,” James told BBC. “I just cannot thank people enough for their generosity. It just means so much to me. It makes me feel utterly loved. But it makes me feel like we’re all kind of in it at the end together and we all want to make a difference and say, ‘You know what? Screw you cancer.’ You know, we can do better.” She continued, “We can do better for people and we just need to show it who’s boss.”
“I’ve always known there was something I wanted to accomplish before I died,” she told the publication. “But you don’t realize how little time we have left until it’s gone.” If I had truly accepted that I would die, I would have started organizing six months ago, she added.
The Bowelbabe Fund is a non-profit organization focused on increasing access to healthcare for low-income families who live with chronic illness so they can better manage their conditions without sacrificing quality of life or causing financial strain on themselves and family members. James, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016, according to BBC, said her father and his girlfriend stepped in to help set up the online campaign.