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Shannon Miller was once a world-class gymnast whose signature moves earned her seven Olympic medals. Now, as a wife, mother, and cancer survivor she is on a mission to help others. Additionally, her memoir entitled “It’s Not About Perfect” which details her battle against ovarian cancer, which she was diagnosed with late 2010, will hit shelves April 21, 2015.
Olympic Champion Aly Raisman recently underwent surgery to remove a baseball-sized cyst from her ovary and chemotherapy treatment for nine weeks, with hopes that sharing her story would encourage women to prioritize their health. Furthermore, Chris Raisman welcomed their second daughter Sterling into their family recently.
Shannon Miller of NBC Connecticut has long been known for her sports reporting and commentary. In addition to Dateline and Investigates coverage, Shannon covers numerous high-profile events like the murder of New Canaan mother Jennifer Dulos and Hannah Graham’s disappearance as co-anchor at NBC Connecticut 4:00 p.m. newscasts each weekday afternoon.
In 1992, Dennis Miller launched an insignificant talk show entitled the Dennis Miller Show that ran for seven months in syndication before it was cancelled due to lack of audience. Miller went on to star in several short-lived TV sitcoms such as Wagon Train and Mona McCluskey before it eventually cancelled itself after its limited success.
Miller hails from Pittsburgh and studied journalism at Indiana University. Following graduation, she worked as a sportswriter for the Chicago Tribune before performing standup comedy at Los Angeles’s Laugh Factory and making her television debut on Johnnie Carson Show (with later appearances on SNL and variety show hosting prior to establishing her eponymous show).
Miller has since appeared on several other shows, such as Celebrity Family Feud where she competed against R&B singer Faith Evans and TV personality Ross Mathews. Additionally, Miller hosts her own popular podcast about health and fitness called Shannon’s Healthy Habits.
Outside her journalism and television careers, she’s an outspoken supporter of the ALS Association as well as other charities. Additionally, she serves as a motivational speaker and has published multiple books. Furthermore, she even participated in The Price Is Right both as contestant and guest star! Shannon shares her life with two children and husband whom she married in 2012. Additionally, Shannon founded Body by Shannon to produce workout clothing and accessories, which she often promotes through television shows and online platforms. They offer cookbooks and nutrition guides as well as weight loss programs designed to assist individuals in reaching their fitness goals. In addition, the company maintains a fitness website and mobile app, with free workout routines, recipes and health tips accessible via both iPhone and Android devices.