Kelly Lange is an American journalist, most notable for being the first woman to be a nightly news anchor in Los Angeles. Lange, a Shakespeare major in college, is a longtime news anchor in Los Angeles, a veteran radio and TV news reporter, NBC talk show host, former Tournament of Roses parade co-host, and a best-selling mystery author.
|Born:||Dorothy Scafard, December 14, 1937, New York City|
|Residence:||Los Angeles, California|
|Alma mater:||Merrimack College|
|Home town:||Andover, Massachusetts|
About Kelly Lange
Remembered for being the first female nightly news anchor in Los Angeles, she also served as a co-host for the Tournament of Roses parade and later became a mystery novel writer.
She initially moved to the west coast with the intention of being a school teacher and happened to stumble into a career of journalism when she was selected in a radio giveaway to patrol the skies to report traffic and weather.
As a member of the KNBC-TV nightly news team, she won several Emmy Awards.
She was born in New York City and moved out to Los Angeles in the mid-1960s.
She was married to film director William Friedkin from 1987 to 1990.
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