Shocking News! See Photos Of Megyn, Rachel & Other Anchors Before Finding Fame
Would you recognize favorite television news stars in snaps from before they were famous? Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see everyone from Megyn Kelly to Anderson Cooper in their younger years.
MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow, 44, went from long blonde locks and pearls to her trademark short brown hair and eyeglasses.
German-born journalist Wolf Blitzer, 69, has been on CNN since 1990 — and it seems his style is just as enduring as his job!
Megyn Kelly recently switched from FOX to NBC, but in her younger years, it seems the 46-year-old anchor was more concerned about big bangs than mega-paychecks.
Katie Couric's trademark perky attitude was just as much on display while cheerleading in Virginia as a teen as it is today while working big news stories at age 60.
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Anderson Cooper grew up in Manhattan, and this childhood photo shows the 50-year-old son of Gloria Vanderbilt has always been a big fan of his hometown, including its baseball team.
Robin Roberts, 56, is now an anchor on Good Morning America, but the longtime athlete started out her successful career as a sports reporter in Mississippi.
Before Nancy Grace, 57, was blasting accused killers and other criminals, she was doing the splits for Windsor Academy in Macon, Georgia.
Barbara Walters is 87, and she's been a mainstay on American television news shows through the decades.
Diane Sawyer, 71, is almost as youthful today as she was while a teen in Kentucky, where she served as editor of her high school newspaper.
Tom Brokaw, 77, grew up in South Dakota before making a name for himself in journalism.
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