Lara first job was in the WDEF-TV, which counts in her professional experience during the early days of career so it added a lot to her income. Afterward, ‘News 12 Long Island’ and ‘WABC-TV’ hired her as an anchor and reporter and covered various stupendous stories includes Princess Diana’s death case and much more. By 1999, Lara received an invitation call from the prominent show ‘Good Morning America’ of ABC channel. The show pushed her career and makes her noteworthy in the journalism world. Hence, she has made enormous revenue from the show.
As of 2011, Lara produced her own show ‘It’s Worth What?’. She is also the producer of two more show ‘I Brake Yard Sales’ and ‘Flea Market Flip’.
She has a road show experience too as Lara did an ‘Antiques Roadshow’ from 2004-2005 in PBS. In addition from 2004-2011, Lara was appointed by the newsmagazine as a host of ‘The Insider’. She has also performed the duties of hosting various Miss America contests.
Lara is also the author of two best-selling books that are ‘Flea Market Fabulous: Designing Gorgeous Rooms with Vintage Treasures’ and ‘I Brake for Yard Sales’. She is also involved in numerous other activities. She spent most of her spare time in interior designing and created various programs based on it.
How tall is Lara Spencer?
Lara Spencer Height:
Amazingly, Lara Spencer height is about 5 feet 6 inches.
How old is Lara Spencer?
Lara Spencer Age:
American broadcaster Lara Spencer was born on June 19, 1969, in Garden City, New York. So, now she is of 49 Years.
Being an anchor, producer, reporter, cameraman and interior designer she owned a lucrative amount of net worth.
Lara Spencer Salary:
- Lara Spencer annual salary is around $3 Million.
Lara Spencer Net Worth:
- Approximately, $10 Million is the Lara Spencer net worth.
Lara Spencer Bio:
She is the daughter of Richard Von Seelen (father) and Carolyn Von Seelen (mother). She has four elder siblings. She attended Garden City High School and then Pennsylvania State University on an athletic basis to gain a degree in broadcast journalism. Furthermore, she excelled in springboard and diving during university days and became the winner of the diving national event. Right after the studies, NBC page conquered her in a program and worked with the skilled reporters to have experience in journalism.