Paula Zahn is an American journalist and newscaster that has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Paul competed in beauty pageants as a teen and made the semifinals of the 1973 Miss Teenage America Pageant. She attended Stephens College in Missouri on a cello scholarship and graduated in 1978 using a diploma in journalism. Zahn additionally covered the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France as well as the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway.
Paula Zahn Net Worth $18 Million Dollars
In 1999, Zahn moved to Fox News, where she worked for a couple of years before joining CNN on September 11, 2001. Zahn’s first day at CNN was spent covering that day’s terrorist attacks to the U.S. She now hosts her own newsmagazine show, “On the Case with Paula Zahn,” to the Investigation Discovery Cable Station.
February 24, 1956
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
5 ft 9 in (1.753 m)
Journalist, Broadcaster, Actor, Television producer
Central High School Naperville, Stephens College Columbia, Missouri
Richard Cohen (m. 1987 - 2007)
Austin Bryce Cohen, Haley Cohen, Jared Brandon Cohen
Betty Zahn, Norm Zahn
AWRT award, Emmy Awards
Investigation Discovery, On The Case With Paula Zahn, American Morning, NYC Arts, The Edge, The Ultimate Driving Challenge, Nuclear Nightmare: Japan in Crisis, Retirement Revolution, Retirement Revolution: The New Reality
She lives in New York, New York in an Upper East Side co-op apartment building facing Central Park. This posh building was made famous as being the home of Pale Male (2002), a red tailed hawk who had nested on a ledge there with his mates for over 12 years. [December 2004]
According to reports in the tabloids, her husband learned of her alleged affair after reportedly finding her sex diaries in August, 2006.
Leaving CNN. Final program is August 2, 2007 [July 24, 2007].
When she was at CBS at the same time as Meredith Vieira, they each had a husband named "Richard Cohen".
Has followed Kathleen Sullivan into a job three times: The Health Show (1987), America This Morning (1982), and CBS This Morning (1987).
Studied journalism at Stephens College, Missouri.
Started job at CNN on September 11, 2001.
News anchor for Houston, Texas CBS affiliate KHOU-TV in the early 1980s.
Attended college on a cello scholarship; played Carnegie Hall, 1992.
Daughter Haley Cohen (b. ~1990); sons Jared (b. ~1994), Austin (b. ~1997)