Maureen O'Boyle

TV Show Host

Maureen O'Boyle was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States on July 14th, 1963 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 59, Maureen O'Boyle biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
July 14, 1963
United States
Place of Birth
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
59 years old
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Maureen O'Boyle Career

In her freshman year at East Carolina University, O'Boyle helped restart the campus radio station WZMB. She was also hired to do morning cut-ins at the NBC affiliate in nearby Washington N.C. station WITN. She later went to work for WNCT in Greenville on weekends. O'Boyle left school before graduating, and was hired by WECT in Wilmington, North Carolina, where she worked as a nightside reporter and was promoted to noon anchor. Her next stop was WMAZ in Macon, Georgia, as co-anchor and reporter. She left that station to become main anchor for the CBS affiliate, KREM 2 in Spokane, Washington.

Professional career

In 1990, at age 27, O'Boyle was recruited to replace Maury Povich on the nationally syndicated A Current Affair. Its viewership rose by 15 percent, and she rated a higher Q Score than any other newswoman on TV at the time. O'Boyle hosted A Current Affair until 1994, when she was replaced by Penny Daniels.

In 1995, she became weekend anchor and reporter of Los Angeles-based TV series Extra. O'Boyle left Extra in 1996, and hosted her own talk show In Person, which ran for one season (after which she returned to Extra and became co-anchor until September 1997). She appeared as herself in the films So I Married an Axe Murderer and Undisputed. In 1999, O'Boyle left television to be a full-time mother. In 2004, she returned to her hometown to join WBTV as the station's top female anchor, alongside Paul Cameron. She has been the station's main anchor and de facto face since Cameron's retirement in 2018.

She played herself in a 1998 episode of The Larry Sanders Show, in which she interviewed Garry Shandling's lead character.