Joan Lunden
Joan LundenSeptember 19, 1950 -
Joan Lunden (born September 19, 1950) is an American journalist, author and television host. She was the co-host of ABC's Good Morning America (GA) from 1980–97, and has authored eight books. She has appeared on the Biography program and Biography Channel. As of 2014 she is a special correspondent for NBC's Today show....

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