Find Matt Lauer's Net Worth, career,home,cars and Controversies

Find Matt Lauer's Net Worth, career,home,cars and Controversies

Facts of Find Matt Lauer's Net Worth, career,home,cars and Controversies

Net worth$80 million
Date of Birth:1957 December 30
First NameMatt
Last NameLauer
Age:65 years old
Birth Nation: United States

Matt Leuer net worth:$80 million 

Matt Lauer is an American news anchor and TV host who is a famous for being the aggressive host of NBC’s The Today Show. He is also a contributor to Dateline NBC. Lauer started his career as a producer of midnight news show in West Virginia. By 1980 he had become a reporter on the 6 pm and 11 pm newscasts and hosted PM Magazine. Lauer’s big break came in 1992 when he became a substitute on The Today Show. Working from the bottom of the network up, Matt Lauer was named as co-anchor of The Today Show in January 1997. he has become a household name for many across in the United States and he is still the host of The Today Show. Additionally, Lauer can be found hosting television programs on the Discovery Channel and MSNBC. Matt annual income is $28 million and Matt has an estimated net worth of $80 Million.

Matt Lauer’s Career & Source of income:

Matt Leuer established himself as a TV personality of considerable repute when he had signed a contract with NBC News, that would pay him $25 million on a yearly basis. Matt has co-hosted the opening ceremonies of several Olympic Games, carrying on what his former co-host Katie Couric had done since the 2000 Summer Olympic. He co-hosted the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Olympic, 2010 Winter Olympic, 2012 Summer Olympic, 2014 Winter Olympic and 2016 Summer Olympics in which earns a lot from the show too.

Lauer had a guest appearance as himself in many live episodes of Will & Grace in early 2006. In November 2006, Lauer and his daughter Romy hosted the Sesame Street. He had hosted The Greatest American on the Discovery Channel, which used internet and telephone voting by viewers to select the winner. In 2009 he appeared himself in Land of the Lost movie. He served as the 2009 Class Day speaker at Harvard University’s undergraduate commencement ceremonies on June 3, 2009. He also appeared himself in the TV movies, Sharknado2 and Sharknado 3.

Matt Lauer’s House and Cars:

Matt Lauer owns a house in Southampton Which was estimated $3.5 million dollars. Matt Lauer’s 2nd home is in Sag Harbor, New York which was estimated $18 million dollars. The house is spread in 25 Acre which is huge. The house contains pools and tennis court. The house is designed in the old version. House has 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.

He own’s Range Rover Sport of $125,000 dollars. And he owns Bently convertible for $245,000 dollars. Though he doesn't have the large collection of cars.

Recently he brought mansion Strongheart manor from Richard Gere for $36.5 million dollars in North Haven, New York.

Matt Lauer’s Early life:

He was born in New York City, the son of Marilyn Lauer a boutique owner, and Jay Robert Lauer, a bicycle-company executive. His parents were divorced during his youth, and his father died in 1997. Lauer had become co-host of The Today Show replacing longtime host Bryan Gumbe in early 1997, not long before his father's death.

Lauer said, "My dad was Jewish. My mom is not. So I have not raised anything. I do feel a desire now to find something spiritual.His dream was getting married and to have kids.

Matt Lauer’s Controversy:

Matt has many controversies about his love life but before the bombshell allegation dropped in his head of sexual misconduct where Matt has given a sex toy as a gift to a female colleague, which is the bad thing. Due to which he was fired from the long-running morning show for "inappropriate sexual behavior".

In 2006 Matt was accused of his cruel inhumane acts while filing divorce. He was criticized after Ann Curry Leaves "Today Show" in 2012. similarly, in 2016 he was slammed over Hillary Clinton- Donald Trump forum of unfairness and sexism. He had a tense exchange with Corey Feldman. 




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