Lauren Scala is a television reporter who is also an Emmy Award-nominated American and news correspondent. Currently, she appears as a traffic reporter for WNBC Network based in New York and also hosts a half-hour show called In the Wings. She is not only a TV reporter and a host but is also recognized as a writer.
Lauren Scala was born on February 10, 1982, in Mineola, New York. As of 2019, she is at the age of 37 with the sun sign of Aquarius which define her personality as strong and intelligent. She grew up by her parents along with three siblings but there are no details about her parental names.
Regarding her education, Scala completed her high schooling from Mineola High School. Later, she earned her graduate degree from Fordham University in Journalism.
Lauren Scala is neither married nor have any boyfriend. She has kept her personal life private and out of the spotlight. She does not talk about her private life in the media and the public.
As of now, she is possibly single and enjoying her life. There is no record of her marriage, affair, boyfriend, and spouse till now. Currently, she is focusing on her work.
Talented reporter, Lauren has estimated net worth to be over $1.5 million. Well, she earned a decent amount of money from her prolific career. As per some sources, she receives her annual salary to be nearly $63,420 per annum from her successful career. She lives a rich lifestyle along with parents in her beautiful house resides in New York City, USA.
Lauren Scala started her journalism career at Time Out New York on Demand. In 2010, she co-hosted the NYCTV’s entertainment news roundup City Scoop. In the same year, she started working as the host of WNBC’s Live Interactive Trivia Game on the Saturday edition of Today in New York’ during the 9 am broadcast and served for the network until 2012.
Also, Scala hosted NBC’s first ever local reality competition series called “The Great American Health Challenge.” Besides, she has worked for major companies like Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, MGM, and J Records. Currently, she works as the host and reporter for WNBC Network based in the New York City.