Maria Shriver was bornon 6 November 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, American, is Journalist. Maria Shriver is a famous American journalist and activist known for her long career with NBC. She was also the First Lady of California for seven years as the then-wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger, a well know actor, businessman, and former Governor of California. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Shriver is the daughter of American diplomat Sargent Shriver and niece of former US President John F. Kennedy. She began her career as a journalist after graduating from the Georgetown University in Washington. During her career as a journalist, she wrote a book titled 'Ten Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Went Out Into The Real World'. She was also a co-anchor for the NBC coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics, which won an Emmy award. She resigned when Arnold Schwarzenegger, her husband, became the Governor of California. Shriver also hosted as well co-produced a TV program named 'The Alzheimer's Project'. It won her two Emmy Awards. She returned to NBC after her divorce from Schwarzenegger. She currently serves as a special anchor and correspondent for NBC.
She then attended Georgetown University and got her BA in American studies in 1977
Shriver studied at Westland Middle School in Bethesda, Maryland, and later went to Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart from where she graduated in 1973
Maria Owings Shriver was born on 6th November 1955 in Chicago, Illinois