Bob Woodruff

Bob Woodruff

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Birthday: Aug 18, 1961

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Broadcast journalist Bob Woodruff achieved international fame in 1996, when ABC News tapped him to replace longtime correspondent Peter Jennings as the anchor of its evening broadcast, World News Tonight. Woodruff subsequently toured the country and the globe, tackling the most significant and compelling news items -- everything from Hurricane Katrina to the Asian Tsunami to a cross-section of North Korean policy, achieved via security clearance that provided him with direct access to the heart of that nation. Woodruff is best known, however, for his unprecedented coverage of the U.S. occupation of Iraq -- and his near-fatal brain injury from an attack on the frontlines that forced him to endure a tumultuous and protracted 13-month recovery. As that grueling period ended, Woodruff hosted a now-famous 2007 special, To Iraq and Back: Bob Woodruff Reports, which documented not only his own rehabilitation but those of other Iraqi veterans in similar situations.

Filmography

Movies

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No Score Yet The Homefront Actor 2015
No Score Yet Earth 2100 Actor 2009

TV

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No Score Yet Rogue Trip
2020
2020
No Score Yet CBS This Morning
2012
Guest 2016
No Score Yet Lidia Celebrates America
2011
Guest 2016
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest 2013
2012
2009
2007
No Score Yet 20/20
1978
Reporter 2011
No Score Yet Primetime Nightline
2011
Reporter 2011
No Score Yet The Bonnie Hunt Show
2008-2010
Guest 2010
2009
No Score Yet Great Performances
2000
Appearing 2008

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