Natasha Curry

Natasha Curry, birth name Natasha Vantramp, is an American journalist and news anchor. When she embarked on her journalism career she preferred using her mother’s maiden name Curry and continues to use it even after her marriage. She was born in 1976 in Puyallup, Washington, USA. Natasha graduated with a Master’s degree in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University, Washington. However, journalism was her interest. She enrolled at Sichuan Union University in China and at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at the Arizona State University to pursue her interest in journalism. Her gorgeous and stunning looks have earned her the tag, beauty with brains. While in college, she represented Washington State at the Miss USA pageant in 1998 and was one among the top 10 finalists.

Natasha notable credits are HLN’s Weekend Express with Natasha Curry, which went on air every Saturday and Sunday, and she served as a fill-in for Robin Meade for the show Morning Express with Robin Meade which launched in 2010. She joined HLN in 2008. Prior to her joining HLN, Natasha worked as a newscaster of several television media. Her reports covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita and live coverage of Hurricane Irene. As an international correspondent she reported the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. During her time at KYMA-TV, Natasha, with US marines, took a helicopter trip right down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon to provide relief and aid to the Havasupai tribe. She covered the entire journey.

Later, she moved to WLTX-TV in Columbia, South Carolina and reported on the news of Senator Strom Thurmond. She also reported other issues such as the protests relating to the confederate flag atop the State House grounds. From Columbia, she moved to Dallas, Texas, and joined KDFW-TV as a reporter and anchor of the morning and noon news broadcasts. From there, she again moved and joined KIRO-TV and KOMO-TV anchoring the weekly show on KOMO 1000 News Radio. While at HLN, she reported on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. As a journalist, Natasha had the opportunity to interview celebrities such as Brad Pitt, William Shatner, Tim Gunn, Snoop Dog, and Eva Longoria in the magazine talk show Northwest Afternoon. She featured on fashion and fitness, and nutrition shows, and has interviewed some of the top chefs in the country. 

Natasha has another side, the compassionate side. She is involved in numerous social activities. She volunteers help and support to social organizations like World Vision and Big Brothers Big Sisters, lends a helping hand to battered and homeless women and extends unstinted support to the cause of humanitarian work in South Africa. 

She is married to a fire fighter from Seattle. She met him during her stint at KOMO-TV. It is they are contented and happy. For many years the couple was childless. But in 2012, it is said that they were blessed with a baby boy. Natasha confidentially maintains her personal life. The details of her husband are scarce. There are no rumors of any past relationships or her present relationships outside her marriage, which makes it unnecessary to speculate on a divorce.

Last Modified: Apr 8, 2020

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