Born in St. Joseph, Michigan, Amy Robach is known for her work as a TV journalist with ABC News. After moving with her family to Georgia as a child, Robach attended the University of Georgia, where she earned a degree in broadcast journalism.
Robach began her career in 1995 at a NBC affiliate in Charleston, South Carolina, before relocating to Washington, D.C., where she worked for a local Fox station and later MSNBC. In 2012, Robach moved to ABC News, working as a correspondent on Good Morning America. Two years later, she became the show’s news anchor, and in 2018, she landed a gig as the coanchor of 20/20. At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, Robach began hosting ABC’s Pandemic: What You Need to Know, which was later renamed GMA3: What You Need to Know.
In November 2013, Robach revealed on GMA that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after getting a mammogram on live TV one month earlier. She underwent a double mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation. In March 2022, she announced she was cancer-free.
Robach married Tim McIntosh in 1996, later welcoming daughters Ava (born in 2002) and Analise (born in 2006). After divorcing McIntosh in 2008, Robach moved on with Andrew Shue, whom she wed in 2010. Speculation about their marriage arose in November 2022 when Robach was photographed getting close to her GMA cohost T.J. Holmes.