Is ABC's Journalist Lara Spencer happy with her earning? What is her salary and net worth in 2016?

News by Clarence Published on 14 Nov,2016 Updated on 21 Sep,2018

The American television personality Lara Spencer, who currently works as a co-host for ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’, is also a correspondent for Nightline and ABC News. Th beautiful and talented journalist has a net worth of $6 million. She earns $65,000 per an episode on GMA and has finalized her decision to stay on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ with an annual salary of $3 million.

After rejoining ABC, Lara is promoted to co-host of GMA

Lara Spencer who rejoined ABC three years ago has now become a key member of ABC’s on-air team.

 ABC’s news chief said that Lara was an essence they have enjoyed and he was pleased to announce that Lara was elevated to co-host of the program along with Robin and George.

Lara was Already a Member of GMA Before 2003

Along with her promotion, GMA continues to beat NBC’s ‘Today’s show’ but it recently lost two members of its team, namely Sam Champion and Josh Elliot. Promotion of Lara also follows a new deal of $18 million a year.

Before ABC, the journalist was an anchor of CBS’s entertainment news program ‘The Insider’ from 2003 to 2011. As a matter of fact, she was already a member of GMA family since she was at the program from 1999 to 2003.

Spencer and her Awards

Spencer also has a Primetime Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Reality Program in Antiques Roadshow, which has nothing to do with Good Morning America. Despite spending most of her time on GMA, she frequently appeared on ‘The View’ from 2013 to 2015 and appeared on ‘Rachael Ray’ over 30 times. In ABC, Spencer was previously promoted to co-anchor from lifestyle correspondent in April 2014.

Spencer, who had a controversy about sitting on Donald Trump’s lap, was married to former CNN journalist David Haffenreffer for 15 years before getting a divorce in June 2015. The professional TV Journalist who was born on 19th June 1969 is a mother of two lovely children who are11 and 14 years of age, respectively.