Quick Facts of Lauren Przybyl
- Full NameLauren Przybyl
- Marital Status Married
- BirthplaceNorth Texas
- Ethnicity White
- Nationality American
- Eye colour Blue
- Hair colour Blonde
- SpouseShane Miller
- EducationGrapevine High School, Baylor University
- Online PresenceTwitter
- ChildrenLandry Elizabeth, Beck Matthew
Lauren Przybyl is an American Journalist who worked hard to make a solid background in anchoring and established her name in the journalism field. Today, she has reached a great height of fame and successfully won the hearts of millions of viewers. Likewise, Przybyl is best recognized as an anchor for FOX News Network who hosts the show, Good Day.
Added to that, Przybyl worked with various TV stations such as TXCN (2000), KTXS-TV, WHDH-TV, KDFW-TV (2009), MSNBC, CNN, and The Weather Channel. Also, she appeared in NBC’s Today Show. Earlier this year, Lauren revealed that she was diagnosed with the HELLP Syndrome during her second pregnancy. However, as of now, everything is going alright and also she is enjoying her married life along with her husband and children.
Who Is Lauren Przybyl? Bio And Wiki
Lauren Przybyl is an American journalist, who was born in 1978 in North Texas. However, Nicole hasn’t revealed any information related to her early life, parents or siblings as well as family background. As per Przybyl’s citizenship, she is American and belongs to white ethnicity.
Przybyl completed her high school from Grapevine High School and later earned a degree from Baylor University in Journalism. As a matter of fact, Lauren never thought she would become a journalist because she always wanted to become a marine biologist as she loved animals. As of 2019, she is 40 years old.
How Much Is Lauren Przybyl’s Net Worth And Salary?
Lauren Przybyl has concealed the exact amount of her net worth, but it is assumed to be in millions of dollars. She is active in the broadcasting field for more than 17 years as a journalist and news anchor. Likewise, she started her journalism career as a rookie reporter. Przybyl reported from a snake pit circled by hundreds of rattlesnakes on her first day. Since then, she has had a prospering career in the field of journalism.
Eeeeeekkkkk!!! Nightmare ?? https://t.co/2LBWzk92vh
— Lauren Przybyl (@fox4lauren) March 15, 2019
Today, this American journalist has gained huge success in the broadcasting field. During the long duration of her career, she has been a part of many reputed news channels and stations including KTXS-TV, WHDH-TV, MSNBC, CNN, KDFW-TV. Currently, Lauren is working in her home town for Fox News and she reportedly earns the average salary of $36K per annum.
Lauren Przybyl’s Married Life: Husband & Children
Fox News Journalist, Lauren Przybyl is happily married to her husband Shane Miller. Her husband is a Pediatric Sports Medicine Physician at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital Sports Medicine Center. Although the exact date of their marriage date is still a mystery, they celebrate their wedding anniversary on 10th November. Well, Przybyl and her spouse tied the knot soon after they got engaged.
The happily married couple’s happiness bloomed even more after Lauren got pregnant. They welcomed their first child a daughter named Landry Elizabeth. And after 3 years the trio family turned into a four after Przybyl gave birth to the baby boy, Beck Matthew in October 2016. Currently, Przybyl is living a blissful life along with her husband and kids.
What Happened To Lauren During Her Second Pregnancy In 2016?
The sweet lady of people’s favorite news channel became the part of the news report of her channel when she became pregnant for the second time. The actual reason to be on the headlines was that she had to go through a lot of difficulties during her second pregnancy. She suffered from HELLP syndrome which led her to a death situation while giving birth to her second child Beck.
Her second child Beck was born six weeks premature through C-section. However, she is currently healthy. Further, after going through tough times and complications, she uses her platform and voice to increase awareness on the syndrome which is very difficult to diagnose.