Nancy Alspaugh is an American writer and producer who rose to prominence from her work on Leeza and The Bradshaw Difference. Also, she received five Daytime Emmy Awards nominations for her work on Leeza, Not Your Mother’s Midlife: A Ten-Step Guide to Fearless Aging.
Nancy Alspaugh was born in 1955, in the United States of America. Her exact birth date is not revealed yet. As of 2019, she is at the age of 62. There is not much information about her childhood, siblings, parents and academic background.
The American author was married to an American journalist and television personality Matt Lauer in 1982. The pair got married after dating for a couple of years. After staying in a relationship for so many years, they divorced in 1988. The pair didn’t have any children until their separation.
After separating with her first husband, Matt, Nancy tied a knot to Fox executive H. Read Jackson. But, their relationship also couldn’t survive longer as Jackson died on January 25, 2016, due to cancer.
Later, Nancy adopted their son, Wyatt. At the age of three, her adoptive-son was diagnosed with autism. Recently, Nancy is living single with her son.
Nancy Alspaugh has a net worth of $3 million at present. However, she has earned huge fame and her hard work brings in a substantial amount of money from her career as a Hollywood screenwriter/author and a producer.
Nancy Alspaugh started her career as a screenwriter. She again got a nomination for Outstanding Talk Show from 1995 and 1996. In 1996, she came into the spotlight for The Bradshaw Difference and Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends.
Moreover, she has launched two books, Not Your Mother’s Midlife: A Ten-Step Guide to Fearless Aging and Fearless Women: Midlife Journeys.
Nancy has won a couple of awards such as the United Press International Award, the Associated Press Award, the Genesis Award, the Gabriel Award, and few others. Apart from that, she got a couple of Daytime Emmy Award nominations for her work.