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On January 7, 1957, Katherine Anne Couric was born in Arlington, Virginia to Elinor and John Martin.
Katie Couric was a high school cheerleader, gymnast, runner, National Honor Society member and newspaper writer.
She enrolled at the University of Virginia in 1979 where she received a degree in American Studies.
Katie Couric has two things about which she’s absolutely crazy for: puppies and Words With Friends.
She Launched the NCCRA to encourage preventive testing and new medical research after her husband died of colon cancer in 1998.
The beach makes her feel relaxed and happy. She prefers to hit the sand at 5 pm, because it’s much less crowded then and the lighting takes on a gorgeous glow.
In 2000, Katie Couric wrote a bestselling children's book, The Brand New Kid.
In 2001, she was named "News Person of the Year" by TV GUIDE.
Katie Couric is a talented vegetable gardener. She also loves going to pick strawberries with her daughters Ellie and Carrie.
You can catch Katie doing karaoke during her time off. She loves karaoke, and is especially known for performing Patsy Cline songs.
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