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Rob Morrison Biography, Age, Height, Career, Net Worth And News

Rob Morrison is a brilliant journalist and his amazing work have won millions of hearts all over the world. He has also been a fantastic

Rob Morrison Biography

Rob Morrison is a brilliant journalist and his amazing work have won millions of hearts all over the world. He has also been a fantastic

person but at times he has been part of controversies as well. He is none other than the very popular Rob Morrison. He was born in the year 1968 on the 17th of May and this makes his age 47 at this time. At this age, he has been part of big controversies and he has had mixed journalism and anchoring career as well. He was born in a place called New York City, which lies in New York of the United States of America. He belongs to the ethnicity of white and nationality American.

Rob Morrison Relationship

His personal life has had so many highs and lows. He was dating his girlfriend Ashley Morrison before the couple decided to get married. The couple got married and started to live as husband and wife and it seems like their relationship as husband and wife are in its worst condition. It seems almost sure that the couple will surely go through the process of divorce soon. He has been part of much domestic violence against his wife and he has been sentenced for two years.

He has also been warned to stay away from his wife. A lot of charges are against him and he was arrested at 1.30 A.M after he choked his wife. He is not gay at all as he has a son named Jack. He might have had plans to have more children in the near future but his dreams do not seem like coming true anyway.

Rob Morrison Career

He began his broadcasting career as a combat correspondent while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.He was a radio disc jockey and news anchor and reporter while stationed in Okinawa, Japan, in the early 1990s. As a civilian, Morrison began his career at WGMC-TV in Worcester, Massachusetts. He later worked at WWLP-TV in Springfield, Massachusetts, and in Hartford, Connecticut. As a foreign correspondent, he reported from Iraq and Qatar during the Second Gulf War; Afghanistan, where he embedded with the Marines during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2001; and Haiti.

In 1999, Morrison began a nine-year period at WNBC, the New York City, the flagship station of the NBC broadcast-television network. There he co-anchored Today in New York and Weekend Today in New York, the station’s early-morning, a local-news-and-entertainment television program. In 2001, Morrison moved to the station’s weekend-evening newscasts. In 2004, he was made a co-anchor of the weekday edition of Today in New York, alongside Darlene Rodriguez, and stayed in that position until 2008 when he left the station. During Morrison’s time with WNBC, he also served as a correspondent for NBC News, as well as a newsreader for Weekend Today, also an early-morning, news-and-entertainment television program and a production of NBC News.

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After leaving WNBC and NBC, Morrison wrote a blog, Daddy Diaries – Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Anchorman, which was published on The Huffington Post, a news website and content-aggregating blog. In 2009, he joined WCBS, a local broadcast-television station also located in New York City – and the flagship station of the CBS broadcast-television network – where Morrison has anchored the station’s morning and evening weekend newscasts.[1] On December 20, 2010, he was named co-anchor, with Mary Calvi, of the weekday editions of CBS 2 News This Morning, the station’s early-morning news program, and on newscasts beginning January 3, 2011. On February 20, 2013, Morrison resigned from his $300,000-a-year position at WCBS-TV.

Rob Net Worth

He was going good with his career and had a good salary and net worth but everything is lost now. He looks like a tall man but his exact height is not available. As he is convicted, he is not having any affair as well. He has appeared in so many TV shows in the past and has done very good but he could have done much better but sadly his behavior has got himself in serious troubles now.

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Angry anchorman Rob Morrison engaged in two alleged affairs since marrying abused wife Ashley a decade ago

Former WNBC employee Jennifer Rainville is a dead ringer for the Rob Morrison’s wife, Ashley. (Jennifer Rainville via Facebook)

The ex-anchorman accused of twice choking his wife couldn’t keep his hands off a pair of attractive WNBC co-workers, sources told the Daily News.

Randy Rob Morrison bedded both colleagues after marrying his spouse of 10 years, Ashley — even wooing one with drunken late-night voice mails after the birth of his son, one source told The News.

Former WNBC employee Jennifer Rainville, the spitting image of his shattered spouse, turned their adulterous affair into a sexy novel about a hard-drinking, philandering anchorman working in Manhattan, the source said.

Rainville and Morrison were reportedly engaged before his marriage to wife Ashley, and the anchorman continued to pursue his ex-fiancée despite saying, “I do,” the source said.

After the birth of his now 7-year-old son, Morrison would drunk-dial Rainville late at night and leave sappy messages of regret.

“I made a huge mistake” or “I need to see you” were among the voice mails left by Morrison — and played for the source by Rainville.

A separate source told The News that Morrison also had an affair with a younger co-worker in 2006 while both were working at WNBC.

The illicit romance was exposed when Ashley Morrison wrote station brass about her hubby’s hookup with the neophyte newswoman, according to the source.

“Trance of Insignificance” by Jennifer Rainville is a work of fiction chronicling an adulterous romance with an anchorman.

The anchorman stayed on at the network for two more years after telling execs that his co-worker was the aggressor in their relationship, the source said.

Rob Morrison, 44, was initially combative when confronted by The News about the affairs.

“I had a relationship with (Rainville) when I worked at NBC and was single,” he said via text message. “I’ve not seen her since the day we broke up in 2002 . . . Barkin up wrong tree.”

When asked later about any post-marriage messages to Rainville, the accused wife-beater subsequently offered a terse “no comment.”

He was similarly evasive about the second reported romance.

“Why would I say anything?” he asked. “So unless you want to talk about the Bruins or the Grateful Dead, I’m done bro.”

Rainville — who also made a media splash by playing a reporter in the movie “Little Children” and appearing in a “Sopranos” episode — penned the 2011 book “Trance of Insignificance,” with a boozy, skirt-chasing anchorman as a lead character.

Ashley Morrison with husband WNBC anchor Rob Morrison attend City’s Harvest’s 14th Annual Practical Magic Ball at Cipriani 42nd St. Rob Morrison is accused of strangling his wife. (Scott Wintrow/Getty Images)

Fictitious newsman Jack Culligan, like Morrison, was married with a child, lived on the upper West Side, enjoyed a second home on Long Island and was a military veteran.

“When Jack was drunk there was no reasoning with him, he was stubborn like a mule with the ferocity of a bull,” she wrote.

The faux TV star also had a penchant for late-night phone calls to his ex.

The Culligan character implored his old flame, protagonist Jules Duvil, to rekindle their romance despite his wife and daughter.

Culligan and Duvil were engaged before the anchorman jilted her for his future wife — another case of art imitating Morrison’s life, the source said.

Morrison dismissed Rainville’s effort as a “completely fictitious, self-published book.”

The two began dating around 2000, with the anchorman dumping Rainville about the same time he began seeing the beautiful blond Ashley — who was raised in Alabama.

Ex-WNBC employee and former Rob Morrison flame Jennifer Rainville played a TV reporter in “The Sopranos.” (Home Box Office)

Culligan’s wife in the book also hailed from the South.

Attempts to reach Rainville and the second woman, who still works in the media, were unsuccessful Thursday.

Rainville, after leaving TV, became a political consultant who “styles herself like the Carrie Bradshaw of politics,” said a former co-worker. “She was focused, obsessed with writing her book.”

A second co-worker said she wasn’t surprised by reports of a romance with the married Morrison.

“She’s a very free spirit,” said the co-worker. “She doesn’t let things like marriage get in the way.”

Ashley Morrison’s brother said Thursday that the family remained concerned about her welfare. The 40-year-old CBS MoneyWatch anchor is sequestered in the family’s Darien, Conn., home with the couple’s son.

Dr. Gregory Risk told The News that he has spoken with his sister — but declined to discuss specifics about her situation.

Jennifer Rainville, an alleged mistress of anchorman Rob Morrison, taking a call in Al Gore’s 2000 campaign office on 350 Seventh Ave. (Yola Monakhov/for New York Daily News)

“We’re hoping the furor dies down over the next month and it can be dealt with in a more reasonable fashion,” he said.

Asked if he was aware of past abuse by Rob Morrison, Risk replied, “I think it’s apparent. It is what it is.”

Ashley, in repeated calls to the NYPD between 2003 and 2009, complained about her drunken husband turning abusive in their upper West Side apartment.

Connecticut cops confirmed Thursday that Morrison had attacked his wife one month before his arrest last Sunday, when he allegedly choked her — and then threatened to kill her.

Rob Morrison remains under court order to stay out of the $1.26 million home and keep at least 100 yards between him and his estranged wife.

Morrison faces up to five years in prison if convicted on the top count of strangulation in the 1:30 a.m. fight that left him with a broken nose.

He apparently bolted Stamford on Thursday for a friend’s home in Greenwich, Conn.