How rich is Lara Spencer?


How rich is Lara Christine von Seelen?

Lara Christine von Seelen Net Worth:
$6 Million

Lara Christine von Seelen Net Worth:

Lara Spencer Net Worth $6 Million

The lovely journalist landed on world on 19th June, 1969 in Garden City, NY, U.S. She finished her schooling in the ‘Pennsylvania State University’. After finishing her college education, she became connected with ‘NBC Page’ program. Her next working destination came at CBS associated network ‘WDEF TV’ based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Following annually, Lara Spencer became connected with ‘News 12 Long Island’. Spencer joined WABC TV after working in News 12 Long Island. She worked as an anchorman in the network where she covered the important news like ‘TWA Flight 800 crash’. She functioned the network as national correspondent. She got tremendous acknowledgement from working in the television show.

Spencer is, in addition, acknowledged as originator and an executive producer of prime time game show called ‘It Is Worth What?’. The show was aired in the year 2011 on NBC network. She’s also interest in interior design. To reveal her fascination with interior design, she’s even made and created two shows. Besides her work experience as television journalist, she’s also written a novel called ‘I Brake for Yard Sales’ which got printed in 2012. From her journalism career, she’s developed tremendous acknowledgement and understanding. Lara Spencer hasn’t exposed her precise salary amount in people yet. As of 2014, she’s amassed overall net worth sum of $6 million.

Birth date: June 19, 1969
Height:1.68 m
Profession: Journalist, Screenwriter, Television producer, Actor
Education: Pennsylvania State University
Spouse: David Haffenreffer
Children: Duff Haffenreffer, Katharine Paige Haffenreffer
Parents: Richard von Seelen, Carolyn von Seelen
Awards: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program
Nominations: People's Choice Award for Favorite Daytime TV Host, News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle Program, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Special
TV shows: It's Worth What?, Good Morning America, Flea Market Flip, The Insider

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