SINCE 2013, Dan Harris has co-anchored the weekend edition of Good Morning America.
Good Morning America’s weekend edition is anchored by Harris, Eva Pilgrim, Whit Johnson, Janai Norman and Rob Marciano.
How tall is Dan Harris?
The eight-year GMA anchor is a father of one, Alexander Robert, with whom he shares with his wife, Bianca.
Born Bianca Quagliarello, Harris’ wife, is a pulmonologist based in New York City.
Not much is known about his son except that he is the star of Harris’ Instagram account, as almost all of his pictures are of his son.
The father-of-one measures at an average statue, standing at 5’8.
In 2017, Harris wrote a story in The New York Times about having to rush Alexander to the emergency room for the first time after he fell off the couch and hit his head on the table at just two years old.
Harris revealed that Alexander had healed perfectly since the accident and that his meditation practices had helped him stay calm during the situation.
When is Dan Harris’ last day on Good Morning America?
September 26, 2021, marked Harris’ last day on Good Morning America.
On August 8, Harris announced he would depart the network in two months to focus on his meditation company.
“This was a difficult decision for me. As some of you may know, I’ve been spending a lot of time on my extracurricular gig, my side hustle, a meditation company, called Ten Percent Happier,” Harris said.
“It’s been a lot to juggle and even though I’m a public proponent of work/life balance, if I’m honest, I’ve struggled to follow my own advice.”
During his announcement, Harris called Good Morning America “one of the highlights of my life.”
“My colleagues, both on and off the air, have become like a family,” he said.
“I really do love these people, and I am going to miss them horribly.”
Harris founded the company after writing his 2014 book, 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works–A True Story.
He’s amassed a reported $2million net worth stemming from his work on the ABC morning news program.
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