George Stephanopoulos Wife:- George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth discussed their health after testing positive for the new coronavirus. On the Fox sketch comedy series In Living Color from 1992 to 1994, Wentworth was noted for her impressions of Cher, Amy Fisher and Hillary Clinton. Candy Cane, a psychotic kids’ show host who had a string of terrible relationships with her male coworkers, and Grandpa Jack McGee’s (Jim Carrey) promiscuous teenage daughter on The Dysfunctional Home Show.
Wentworth co-hosted The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Oprah Winfrey Show. In the 1995 Seinfeld episode “Soup Nazi,” she played Jerry Seinfeld’s girlfriend Sheila (“Schmoopie”). In the WB series Felicity, she played the title character’s employer. Co-host of the syndicated chat show Living It Up! with Ali & Jack Ford
Since Stephanopoulos works from home and films in his dining room, Kimmel joked that he doesn’t have his usual makeup team — “one for your hair, and one for each eyebrow.”Kimmel asked guests to choose a charity to support, and the couple chose RIP Medical Debt.
Stephanopoulos’ GMA position included caring for his wife, who appeared as a guest to discuss her own COVID-19 experience. Wentworth spent 16 days sick in her room. “He didn’t have to like bathe me or anything,” Wentworth laughed, “He gave me food and chicken soup and lemonade.” “He was a rock star,” she said.
Wentworth said she spent her days “basically sleeping and taking Tylenol PM” while fighting COVID-19. Her delusion had her believing she was married to Jon Hamm and he was cheating on her.
The ABC News chief anchor revealed his positive test result Monday on Good Morning America, after his wife got sick. “I’ve never had a fever, a cough, or shortness of breath,” Stephanopoulos stated from his home, while he had minor symptoms. As he previously stated on GMA, he is “basically asymptomatic.”