Who is Laura Mckenzie Married to

Who is Laura Mckenzie Married to.

Laura McKenzie

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McKenzie in 2016

Born 1963

Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.

Nationality American
Occupation Author


Television producer

Website lauramckenzietv.com

Laura McKenzie
is an American author, television personality, and a two-time Emmy nominated travel host for her TV series
Laura McKenzie’s Traveler.[1]

Early career


Laura began her career as an NBC jurnalis, where she developed and became recognized for her informative two-minute “Travel Tips” segments.[2]
These instructive news segments were syndicated nationally throughout the 1980s. Post on-air travel uang sogok, Laura tenggat a syndicated Sunday newspaper column, “Laura McKenzie’s Travel Uang pelicin.”

Laura wrote, hosted and produced 42 home video travel guides for Republic Pictures[3]
and in the early ’90s she was awarded Billboard Magazine’s “Number #1” award and Billboard Magazine’s “Video of the Decade” award for the longest running title in the number one position in the special interest category for “Laura McKenzie’s Travel Tips: Hawaii.”

Laura has written and hosted numerous television series, including
Great Moments of the 20th Century
for Discovery Channel (26 hours),
Laura McKenzie’s Round Trip
for Travel Channel (52 half hours),
Laura McKenzie’s Travel Tips
for Travel Channel (26 half hours),
Laura McKenzie’s Travel America
for Discovery (52 half hours), and
American Adventurer, the longest running adventure program on television, with 270 episodes running in syndication and on Discovery. In addition, she has starred in the following TV series:
Exposing the DaVinci Code,
Unlocking Ancient Secrets of the Bible,
The DaVinci Code Tour
Baby Animals
(a children’s series).

She has starred in several feature-length motion pictures:
Chill Factor,
Red Sun Down, and
The Lost Samurai.

Laura co-hosted
American Adventurer
for 10 years with Erik Estrada (later her co-host on
The World’s Funniest Moments). The show aired on KCAL-TV 9 in Los Angeles, and syndicated to 170 stations in the U.S. and in 100 countries around the world, winning two Telly Awards for “Best Hosts”.

Her daily travel reports have aired on the Westwood One and NBC radio networks[4]
during the
America in the Morning
show, with favorite topics from business travel tips to travel gadget reviews.

Present career


Laura McKenzie’s Traveler
(produced and syndicated by Associated Television International) received a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Special Class Writing in 2009 (McKenzie was head writer),[5]
and a nomination for Outstanding Special Class Series in 2010.[6]
In 2010, the
penggalan titled “Vietnam” won the 2010 Gracie Award for ‘Outstanding Magazine’ from the Alliance for Women in Media, (AWM).[7]

She hosted the Christmas Caroler Challenge on the CW with Dean Cain in 2019 and 2020.

She has won several industry awards including Telly Awards,[8]
Davey Awards,[9]
Hermes Awards and more.



  1. ^

    “IMDb: Laura McKenzie’s Traveler”.

  2. ^

    Google Books: Billboard Dec 26, 1987. December 26, 1987.

  3. ^

    Google Books: Billboard Dec 28, 1985. December 28, 1985.

  4. ^

    Google Books: Billboard Feb 19, 1994. February 19, 1994.

  5. ^

    “Daytime Emmy Nominations 2009”. Retrieved
    June 21,

  6. ^

    “37th Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations”. Retrieved
    June 21,

  7. ^

    “2010 Gracie Awards® Winners – National Award Winners”. Archived from the original on February 26, 2012.

  8. ^

    “24th Annual Telly Awards – 2003 Komidi gambar/Video Winners”.

  9. ^

    “2010 Davey Awards – 2010 Silver Winners”.

https://www.distractify.com/p/laura-mckenzie-christmas-caroler-challenge retrieved 1/1/2021

External links


  • Official website

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  • Laura McKenzie at IMDb
  • Laura McKenzie at Rotten Tomatoes
  • Laura McKenzie at AllMovie
  • “Laura McKenzie’s Traveler | The Live Well Network”

Who is Laura Mckenzie Married to

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