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Barbara Walters is dead at 93: Find out what former 'Today' show hosts are up to now

By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 2 of 36: Barbara Walters continued to blaze a trail for women in broadcasting in 1976, when she left "Today" to co-anchor the "ABC Evening News," making her the first woman to hold that position on a network evening news program. She went on to produce and co-host the popular news show "20/20" and became known for her annual specials on ABC, "Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People." Barbara co-created and produced "The View," which she also co-hosted, in 1997. In May 2010, the veteran journalist underwent successful open-heart surgery and returned a few months later to "The View" and her SiriusXM satellite show, "Here's Barbara," before retiring from both in 2014. In her 2008 autobiography, "Audition: A Memoir," Barbara dished on her four marriages to three different men; the mother of one also revealed in 2013 that she wished she'd had more children. She died at her New York home on Dec. 30, 2022, at 93.MORE: "Saturday Night Live" stars of the 2000s: Where are they now?

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Barbara Walters continued to blaze a trail for women in broadcasting in 1976, when she left "Today" to co-anchor the "ABC Evening News," making her the first woman to hold that position on a network evening news program. She went on to produce and co-host the popular news show "20/20" and became known for her annual specials on ABC, "Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People." Barbara co-created and produced "The View," which she also co-hosted, in 1997. In May 2010, the veteran journalist underwent successful open-heart surgery and returned a few months later to "The View" and her SiriusXM satellite show, "Here's Barbara," before retiring from both in 2014. In her 2008 autobiography, "Audition: A Memoir," Barbara dished on her four marriages to three different men; the mother of one also revealed in 2013 that she wished she'd had more children. She died at her New York home on Dec. 30, 2022, at 93.

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