Married a High-Profile Divorcee in 2010, Bianna Golodryga's Salary From Good Morning America Weekend, Net Worth, and Loving Husband
You might know former Good Morning America Weekend anchor Bianna Golodryga for her beautiful smile and attractive personality. Bianna is known for her mesmerizing presentation skills. She is currently employed as the news and finance anchor at "Yahoo".
You might have heard about her married life. It's one of the hottest gossip topics on the tabloids.
Caption: Peter Orszag butts head with John King in a heated interview
In 2010, Bianna married American banker and economist Peter Orszag, the 37th Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Barack Obama. He also writes a column for Bloomberg View.
Their marriage became a hot topic at that time, as Peter Orszag was getting married for the fourth time. Then, father of four children, Peter was battling for the child support with his ex-wife, Cameron Kennedy.
Despite the pending child custody issue, Bianna and Peter got married in 2010.
Peter and Bianna are happily married and have two children (Son - Jake Spencer Orszag and Daughter - Maia Isabel Orszag). In May 2016, Bianna gave birth to their daughter. Bianna posted her photo on Instagram.
Let's talk about their net worth, shall we???
When Bianna was at ABC, she was one of the highest paid female journalists at that time. She enjoys a high net worth of $3 million, according to celebritynetworth.com. Similarly, Peter's annual salary from Citigroup was expected to be $4 million in 2014.
Both are actively involved in Twitter. From their tweets, you can see their love for each other.
Bianna Golodryga Leaves Good Morning America
Bianna left Good morning America in 2014 after she received the chance to work at Yahoo! News where she worked as the news and Finance anchor. Yahoo coworker Katie Couric was reported commenting on this change and reportedly said,
I have long admired Bianna’s intellectual curiosity and versatility, She cares deeply about big issues and important stories, and I know that she’ll find the freedom to explore a myriad of topics here at Yahoo both exhilarating and gratifying. I am thrilled to have her as part of our team as we continue to expand our news footprint in compelling and engaging ways.
Caption: Bianna's farewell on Good Morning America.