"Pretty close to a remission," Harper's doctor says.
One of Hollywood's leading entertainment journalists, Nancy O'Dell became a fixture in Tinseltown as co-host of "Access Hollywood" (Syndicated, 1996- ) and a reliable backstage correspondent at entertainment awards shows. Born Nancy Humphries on Feb. 25, 1966, the Charleston, SC native began her broadcasting career as a news reporter and anchor at television stations in Myrtle Beach and Charleston, where her investigation into lax DUI processing resulted in a change to the state law and an award from the Associated Press. O'Dell went on to co-anchor the news at NBC affiliate WTVJ in Miami, FL before she was recruited to join the first season of the entertainment magazine show "Access Hollywood" as a weekend anchor and weekday correspondent. Three years later, she assumed the role of co-anchor on the show's daily broadcasts and solidified her reputation as one of the top entertainment reporters in the city - particularly with her on-location coverage of the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and Golden Globe awards. LessOne of Hollywood's leading entertainment journalists, Nancy O'Dell became a fixture in Tinseltown as co-host of "Access Hollywood" … More