American television broadcaster and meteorologist Al Roker was born on August 20, 1954, in Queens, NY. Al graduated from Xavier High School in New York City and from State University of New York College at Oswego with a degree in communications. He worked in television around Cleveland and New York before he became a weatherman on "News 4 New York," working there from 1983 to 1995. Al is most known as the meteorologist for NBC's "Today" with his famous catch phrase '...and here's what's happening in your neck of the woods.' He has also lent his voice to the films "Wholey Moses," "Robots" and the animated TV series "Superman" and "Cyberchase." Al married fellow journalist Debor...
Matt Lauer Dons Famous 'Baywatch' Swimsuit For 'Today' Halloween Event - See More Pics!
'Today Show' Host Savannah Guthrie Engaged
4 Of The Worst Celebrity Social Media Blunders
Today Show Hosts Shoot Superbowl Ad
Angelina Jolie Opens Up About "Absurd" Chicken Pox, Showing Louis Zamperini 'Unbroken'
Angelina Jolie Calls Contracting Chickenpox "So Absurd," Loves Shiloh Jolie-Pitt's Suit and Tie Ensemble
Al Roker Earns Guinness World Record With 34-Hour Marathon Weather Broadcast!