Natasha Zouves Biography
Natasha Zouves is an American broadcast journalist. She is best known as a reporter and morning news anchor for KGO-TV (ABC7 News) in San Francisco, California.
Natasha Zouves Age | Natasha Zouves Birthday
Natasha was born on June 5,1992 and she grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is 27 years old as of 2019.
Natasha Zouves Family | Natasha Zouves Parents
Zouves grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her father is a doctor, who works at Zouves fertility center and her mother, Mariam is a helping hand for making ZFC successful. Natasha and her family have been profoundly touched by her brother having autism. She is of Greek and Chinese descent.
Natasha Zouves Education
She attended the University of Southern California, where was a Renaissance Scholar and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Health Promotion & Disease Prevention. As a student at USC, she was part of Annenberg TV News. She also interned for the show Entertainment Tonight.
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Natasha has kept her dating issues and having a boyfriend very privately. It is hard for people to know this beautiful lady is single or dating someone. When she is not working she loves spending time with my little dog Tchaikovsky, and she also love cooking! this is when she feel most connected to my Greek and Chinese roots.
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Natasha was hired to work as a reporter and anchor for San Francisco’s KGO-ABC7 News in July 2015. She started working for this news organization in September 2015. Currently employed as a reporter and morning anchor. She worked as an anchor doing the weekend newscasts when she first arrived at ABC7 News. She and Reggie Aqui began anchoring the morning show on December 21, 2015.
Natasha joined KGO after anchoring and reporting at KGTV in San Diego. During his time at KGTV in San Diego, she was voted “Hottest San Diego News Girl” by the radio station 93.3 in late 2014.
While she was covering a story in November 2014, a minor crash occurred immediately behind her as the cameras were rolling.
She received an Emmy in 2015 for coverage of the conclusion of an emotional Amber Alert in San Diego. In June 2018 she received two further Emmys for feature news report, light series and for news writing.
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Natasha was just finishing her newscast at work last summer when someone’s metal canister of hair product exploded.
When she went to charge her wireless microphone a short while later, Natasha slides on the liquid and fell backwards. Her back of the head hit the concrete floor “hard.”
She tearfully opened up about the injuries she suffered on the Monday morning newscast. As she said, she “truly had no concept of what was to come.” After she experienced extreme light sensitivity, weathering incessant vomiting and some short-term memory loss, Natasha went to the ER to discover she had a serious concussion.
“I was severely photophobic and nauseated,” Natasha explained in an on-air segment on KGO. “I had splitting headaches as though an ice pick were lodged in my head, that medication couldn’t seem to touch — all I could do was wait for hours in the dark praying it would stop, every day… I wasn’t sure if I’d ever be ok again.”
Perhaps most alarmingly, she couldn’t taste or smell. All of it compounded into a state she says was “very frightening,” and a stark contrast from a professional peak just a few weeks prior when she won two Emmys.
Months after she relocate back to her parents’ house while she recovered. Natasha is now back at the anchor desk with “new appreciation for how delicate, complex and precious our brains are.” Many people outside of sports nearly one in four, as NPR reports — have experienced a concussion; some who do experience one may not even realize it.
“It’s been a long road involving a lot of treatment and re-training — but with time and the help of a truly amazing team of doctors, I’m grateful to report that I’m doing so much better,” Natasha writes. “I grew up in the Bay Area and my parents watched ABC7 when I was little, so this has always been so much more than just a job to me. I am cleared and absolutely overjoyed to be back.”
Natasha Zouves Salary
Her net worth and salary is still under review and can be estimated to be in millions.