|Net Worth||$2 million|
Lauren Lake, an American novelist and broadcast journalist who works as a correspondent for NBC News, earns a yearly pay of roughly $0.15 million and a monthly compensation of $11,867.
According to estimates, Lauren Lake now has a net worth of $2 million. Her adaptability in each of the fields she has worked in has helped her build up her wealth.
Lauren Lake Bio
Lauren Laniece Lake is an American family lawyer, author, interior designer, real estate developer, background singer, legal/relationship/life consultant, talk show host, and television judge.
Lauren Lake Age
Lauren Lake is 53 years old. Her real name is Lauren Laniece Lake, and she was born on July 12, 1969, in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States. Her zodiac sign is Cancer, and she enjoys a special birthday celebration every year with her family and close friends.
Lauren Lake Parents
Lake’s parents had “quite precise expectations” for their daughter’s future when she was born in Detroit, Michigan. One Ph.D. at a time, she continues, “These were Black people who fought their way through.”
Lauren Lake Husband
Lauren is wed to Carlos Woods; they have one child together. They got married in 2007, and Carlos Jr. Woods is their child.
Lauren Lake Education Background
Lake received the National Merit Scholar designation and graduated from Mercy High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan, in 1986. Lake earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in May 1990 from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. That same year, she received her secondary teaching certification.
Lauren Lake Career Background
On numerous talk shows and reality legal programs, Lake has appeared as a guest host and news presenter.
In many of her guest appearances, she has touched on divisive racial, ethnic, gender, and political themes. Spice Up My Kitchen, an HGTV cooking program, was hosted by her.
The most well-known aspect of Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court is her role as the presiding judge of her own tabloid talk/unconventional courtroom series.
The program ran for seven seasons and received five Daytime Emmy nominations, one of which came in 2019.