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Dayna Devon

Dayna Devon
Devon at the 2007 Academy Awards
Born (1970-03-20) March 20, 1970
San Antonio, Texas
Occupation TV personality and journalist

Dayna Devon (born March 20, 1970) is an American journalist, was the co-anchor, with Mark McGrath, of the television show Extra before Mario Lopez took over in 2008. She joined Extra in 1999 as the weekend anchor;[1] then became the weekday anchor in 2003.

Devon spent over 10 years in television news before joining Extra. She began her broadcast journalism career as the weekend anchor at KTSA-AM radio in San Antonio. She subsequently was an anchor for KMID-TV (ABC) in Midland, Texas, and KLST (CBS) in San Angelo, Texas. In 1997, Devon joined the ABC's Memphis, Tennessee affiliate WPTY-TV as a reporter. The following year, she was promoted to anchor of the station's three news broadcasts. In 1998, Devon and her news team were awarded a "Best Live Broadcast" Emmy Award. Devon also appeared as an interviewer in "Monty Python's Personal Best" (2006 PBS).

In January 2009, Devon became an on-air presenter on HSN, representing the Sensa Weight-Loss System. She also had a regular blog on hsn.com.

In the fall of 2009, Devon moved to ShopNBC, regularly presenting Sensa systems in "Our Top Value" presentations.

As of January 2013 Devon is a cast member of the new TLC reality show Plastic Wives. Dayna Devon is married to Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Brent Moelleken.

Notes

  1. ^ ExtraTV profile.

References

  • Dayna Devon, Co-host, ExtraTV. Retrieved on 2006-08-06.

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