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Connie Chung was born on August 20, 1946 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA as Constance Yu-Hwa Chung. She is an actress and producer, known for 20/20 (1978), CBS Evening News with Dan Rather (1981) and 1986 (1986). She has been married to Maury Povich since December 2, 1984. They have one child. See full bio »

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Known For

20/20
20/20 Herself - Contributing Anchor
(1999)
CBS Evening News with Dan Rather
CBS Evening News with Dan Rather Co-anchor (1993-1995) / Herself - Substitute Anchor (1989-1995)
(1981)
1986
1986 Herself - Co-Host
(1986)
Saturday Night with Connie Chung
Saturday Night with Connie Chung Herself (Anchor) (1989-1990)
(1989)

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 1989 Murphy Brown (TV Series)
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Personal Quote:

I was just going at this career - boom, boom, boom! Then all of a sudden, at 38, Oh, my God - I forgot to get married!

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She was the first journalist to interview basketball legend Magic Johnson, after he went public about being HIV-positive. She was also the first to interview congressman Gary Condit, after his intern Chandra Levy disappeared. See more »

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