Julie Moran joined "Entertainment Tonight" in 1994, as New York anchor and correspondent. That year, she was also named one of People magazineís "50 Most Beautiful People."
She moved to "ETís" Los Angeles headquarters in 1995, and worked for seven years as primary substitute anchor, weekend anchor, senior correspondent and host of "ET One to One with Julie Moran".
Prior to "Entertainment Tonight", Julie anchored the Emmy-Award winning "ABCís Wide World of Sports." She was the first woman to host the show in the programís 35-year history. She has covered some of the most high-profile sporting events in the world, including the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GA. In 2002, she also hosted the prestigious Academy Awards pre-show on ABC and the Miss America pageant on CBS.
Recently, Julie was named national spokesperson for the American Heart Association. She has appeared on ABC's Good Morning America to promote a new heart-health campaign for women, and makes frequent appearances at AHA-sponsored events on behalf of the Association's education efforts.
Julie won the title of Americaís Junior Miss in 1980, and juggled pageant responsibilities with her studies and an internship while at the University of Georgia. Early on, she learned to balance work, family, fitness and friendships, and her philosophy of life is based on the belief that "you CAN have it all, just not all at the same time!"
Currently, Moran and her husband, actor Rob Moran, live in Los Angeles with their young daughter.
Julie is uniquely qualified to deliver the keynote, or serve as emcee for your event. As a Hollywood insider, she brings an element of fun, fashion and celebrity to every presentation.
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