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Short BioMatt Lauer who is also named as Matthew Todd Lauer is news host (anchor) and an American journalist. Accounting his age, he is 60 years old. Lauer is a co-anchor of NBC (National Broadcasting Company) of the show named The Today Show and also worked for the channel i.e. Dateline NBC. He holds American nationality and belongs to the family of the mixed ethnicity of English, Scottish, German, Ashkenazi Jewish, and Dutch.
Birth or AgeMatt Lauer was born on 30th of December 1957 in New York City of New York of the United States. Mr. Matt Lauer was born to Jay Robert Lauer (father) who is a bicycle company executive and Marilyn Kolmer (mother) who is a boutique owner. His parents got separated when he was young. His father named Jay Robert Lauer died in 1997.
CareerMatt Lauer attended his high school education at Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut. Then, he joined Ohio University and studied School of Media Arts and Studies and Scripps College of Communication. However, he dropped out his study before finishing his degree in 1979. Then he came back the institution and he was able to complete his study. He a earned a degree in 1997.
Matt started his career as a producer of the show of 12 o'clock news in a channel of WOWK-TV in the city of Huntington of U.S state of West Virginia. Then he became an on-air reporter for the stations of 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts in 1980. After this show, he was able to become the anchor of PM Magazine in Providence. Matt begins contributing at WNEW-TV in 1843, New York City and worked until 1986. He was co-anchor in the show of Made In New York in a channel of WNYW-TV in 1986 with Jill Rappaport and at that time he was also a co-anchor of Fame, Fortune, and Romance. Furthermore, he also anchored the show named Talk of the Town in a channel of WNEV-TV. Similarly, Matt started anchoring a 3 hours live interview program named 9 Broadcast Plaza in channel WWOR-TV in 1989. Matt contributed (worked) for NBC in 1992. He was able to be the co-anchor of the talk show named The Today Show and he is working until now with the show.