Deborah Anne Norville (born August 8, 1958) is an American television anchor and journalist. Since 1995 she has been host of the syndicated American television program Inside Edition. She earlier hosted Today on NBC, substitute-anchored both the NBC Nightly News and the weekend CBS Evening News, and was a host and correspondent for two CBS News magazine programs.
She has received two Emmy Awards for her television work, the first while at NBC News for coverage of a democratic uprising in Romania, and the second for work on CBS's 48 Hours covering floods on the Mississippi River.
Norville was born in Dalton, Georgia on August 8, 1958 to mother Merle Olson Norville and father Zachary Samuel Norville. She graduated from the University of Georgia in Athens with a degree in journalism in 1979.
After serving as a reporter and an anchor for local television stations first in Atlanta and then in Chicago, in 1987, Norville, at age 28, was named anchor of NBC News at Sunrise, the network's early morning newscast, which aired just prior to the Today program. Throughout the late 1980s she was seen on Today as a regular substitute for host Bryant Gumbel, co-host Jane Pauley, or news anchor John Palmer...
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