David Muir is best known as a journalist and anchor for ABC News. Born in 1973, Muir attended Ithaca College in New York, the Institute on Political Journalism, and the University of Salamanca in Spain. He began his career as a reporter and anchor for WTVH of Syracuse, where he earned honors from several journalistic associations, and then went to work for WCVB TV of Boston. In the summer of 2003, Muir joined ABC News, taking a role as anchor of 'World News Now.' Since then, Muir has become the weekend anchor of 'World News,' a principal substitute on both 'World News with Diane Sawyer' and 'Good Morning America,' and a regular reporter for those programs as well as '20/20' and 'Nightline.' His reporting has continued to earn many awards and accolades.
Muir has not been very vocal about his personal life, preferring to keep his public disclosures within the realm of his professional career. He is active on Twitter and Facebook, giving his followers behind-the-scenes glimpses of his work travels and demands.