Daytime Emmy Awards winner, Matt Lauer is one of the renowned journalists from the United States. He has also established himself as an actor. He is also popular in the world for his work as a sideline reporter on the sports channel, ESPN, and NBC.
Matt Lauer's early life
Matt Lauer was from the upper-middle-class family born as Matthew Todd Lauer on 30th December 1957 in New York City, New York, the United States of America to Marilyn Lauer and Robert Lauer. He is an American and is of Jewish ethnicity.
He has studied at Ohio University.
Matt Lauer's career
Before Matt Lauer completed his bachelor's degree in arts, he began his professional television career. In 1979, he joined WOWK-TV and worked as a producer in the 12 o'clock news.
Matt Lauer's personal life
In 1981, Matt Lauer got married to Nancy Alspaugh. She is the famous screenwriter and she has also been nominated in several prestigious awards for her work in the film industry. They got divorced in 1988.
Matt Lauer's net worth
Matt Lauer is earning the salary of $25 million annually. His net worth is said to be around $85 million.
He owns an estate in North Haven, a 40-acre farm, which has a market value of $33 million.