Laura has received multiple Emmy nominations and has also won the prestigious Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media for her work as a TV host.Laura co-hosted the award winning Dangerous and Endangered series for ESPN and she was the host of her own NBC radio program for over ten years.Hopefully the show will give a little extra hope to those who are ready to give up on love, but mainly we think viewers will giggle, cringe and eye-roll alongside us.It’s a wild ride.”“We Need to Talk” is the first of several original productions ATTN: is launching on the new Facebook Watch surface on Facebook.She has starred in several feature-length motion pictures: CHILL FACTOR, VISIONS, RED SUN DOWN, and THE LOST SAMURAI.Laura has written and hosted numerous television series, including Great Moments of the 20th Century for Discovery Channel (26 hours), Laura Mc Kenzie’s Round Trip for Travel Channel (52 half hours), Laura Mc Kenzie’s Travel Tips for Travel Channel (26 half hours), Laura Mc Kenzie’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.Laura Mc Kenzie is an award winning television host, actress, writer, producer and director.She has starred in numerous television series and specials as well as a number of motion pictures and TV commercials.
Jake Broderick, and ended on a cliffhanger for their possible reconciliation. "Let's say Jake called off the engagement and ran to Laura and they lived happily ever after. " showrunner Jeff Rake revealed would-be Season 3 plot details to Deadline after the cancellation.
For ten years in a row, Laura held six of the Top 10 spots on the special interest home video charts for her series, Travel Tips and also won the “Billboard Award of the Decade” for the series, distributed by Republic Pictures and broadcast on the Travel Channel and Discovery.
For four years she was the spokesperson for Best Western Hotels worldwide and also wrote and developed several travel books for Donning Publishing.
Debra Messing, who played the title character, Det.
Laura Diamond, confirmed the news Saturday on Twitter.