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Albert Lincoln Roker Jr. (born August 20, 1954) is an American television personality, weatherman, actor, and author. He is best known as being the weather anchor on NBC's Today.[1] Roker also appears occasionally on NBC
NBC
Nightly News. He holds an inactive American Meteorological Society
American Meteorological Society
Television Seal #238.[2] On November 12, 2014, 10 PM EST, Roker attempted to beat the previous unofficial world record for an uninterrupted live weather report of 33 hours held by Norwegian weather broadcaster Eli Kari Gjengedal. On November 14, 2014, 8 AM EST, Roker set the new official Guinness World Record by reporting for 34 hours.[3]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career (1974–present)

2.1 Early career (1974–1995) 2.2 Full time on the Today Show (1996–present)

2.2.1 "Roker-thon"

3 Other work

3.1 Author

4 Personal life

4.1 Health 4.2 Charity work 4.3 Controversy

4.3.1 2012 Olympic logo controversy

5 Signature phrases 6 Other appearances and activities 7 Filmography 8 Works 9 See also 10 References 11 External links

Early life[edit] Al Roker
Al Roker
was born in Queens, New York,[4] the son of Isabel, of Jamaican descent, and Albert Lincoln Roker, Sr.,[5] a bus driver of Bahamian descent.[6] Roker initially wanted to be a cartoonist.[5] He was raised Catholic[5] (in the faith of his mother) and graduated from Xavier High School in Manhattan.[7] He worked on several projects as a member of the school's Cartooning & Illustration Club. He attended the State University of New York at Oswego
State University of New York at Oswego
where he received a B.A. in communications in 1976. According to the July 2011 issue of Us Weekly
Us Weekly
in "25 Things You Did Not Know About Me", Roker is the first cousin once removed of the late actress Roxie Roker, who was most notable for her role as Helen Willis on the sitcom The Jeffersons
The Jeffersons
and the mother of popular rock musician Lenny Kravitz. That makes Kravitz Roker's second cousin.[8] Career (1974–present)[edit]

Roker outside the Pentagon.

Early career (1974–1995)[edit] Before the national recognition, Roker worked as a weather anchor for CBS
CBS
affiliate WHEN-TV (now WTVH) in Syracuse, New York
Syracuse, New York
from 1974 until 1976, while he was still enrolled at SUNY Oswego. Following the completion of his collegiate studies, Roker moved to Washington, D.C. and took a weathercasting position at independent station WTTG, then owned by Metromedia, remaining there for much of the next two years. Roker's career with NBC
NBC
began in 1978 when he was hired at WKYC-TV
WKYC-TV
in Cleveland, then an NBC
NBC
owned-and-operated station. After five successful years in Cleveland, Roker was promoted to the network's flagship outlet, WNBC-TV
WNBC-TV
in his hometown. Roker returned to New York City in late 1983 as a weekend weathercaster, and within eight months became the station's regular weeknight weathercaster. Roker replaced 27-year WNBC-TV
WNBC-TV
veteran Dr. Frank Field, who left the network after a contract dispute. From 1983 to 1996, Roker was the regular substitute for forecaster Joe Witte
Joe Witte
on the NBC News
NBC News
program NBC News
NBC News
at Sunrise, and from 1990 to 1995 filled in for Willard Scott, Bryant Gumbel
Bryant Gumbel
and Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer
on the Today Show. In 1995, he became the host of The Al Roker Show,[9] a weekend talk show on CNBC. Roker started getting more exposure, especially when David Letterman asked him to do an elevator race with him in one episode of his talk show Late Night with David Letterman, which taped across the hall from WNBC's news studio in the GE Building. That led Roker to getting a job as the forecaster for Weekend Today.[6] He also substituted on the weekday edition of Today[6] when Willard Scott
Willard Scott
was ill or away. Full time on the Today Show (1996–present)[edit] In 1996, Scott announced his semi-retirement from the show, and Roker received the weekday weather position on Today, where he has been since. He officially joined Today on January 26, 1996. Roker became popular for doing his forecasts outside the studio, interviewing audience members and giving some of them camera time. Roker also began doing more interviews and segments on the show as time progressed. In 2005, Roker reported from inside Hurricane Wilma.[10] A popular viral video exists on the internet of him being swept off his feet by the force of the hurricane and holding on to the cameraman.[10] In addition to his role as Today Show weather man and anchor, Roker also hosted the third hour of the Today Show, "Today's Take". Today's Take was cancelled in February 2017 and aired its final episode on September 22. "Roker-thon"[edit] In November 2014, Roker embarked on what was called "Roker-thon", in which he did a non-stop, 34-hour weather forecast on NBC, from 10:05 PM on November 12 until about 8:00 AM on November 14th. The event was a fundraiser for the Crowdrise Campaign to help the military and USO. He repeated the event in "Roker-thon 2", this time reporting weather from all 50 states and Washington, D.C. in one week from November 6 to November 13, 2015, in support of Feeding America.[11][12] From March 27 until March 31, 2017, he embarked on "Roker-thon 3", where he broke a Guinness World Record
Guinness World Record
at each college, such as the longest conga line on ice and largest human letter.[13] Other work[edit] Roker is a game show fan, and hosted a week-long segment on Today in honor of five game shows and their hosts in July 2016 titled "Game On TODAY". He has appeared as a celebrity player on both Merv Griffin game shows Jeopardy![14] and Wheel of Fortune.[14] In 2008, Roker hosted NBC's Celebrity Family Feud.[15] He also substituted for Meredith Vieira
Meredith Vieira
for a week of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire shows from March 5–9, 2007.[16] Roker has also hosted NBC's coverage of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
since 1995, where he provides commentary along with some of his Today Show colleagues. From 1996–1997, he hosted a game show on MSNBC
MSNBC
called Remember This?.[9] Roker also hosts various programs on Food Network,[17] namely, Roker on the Road,[17] and Tricked-Out Tailgating. He is also an avid barbecue enthusiast.[15] Roker was also the forecaster for several radio stations, including the New York smooth jazz radio station WQCD (101.9 FM) and for Cleveland
Cleveland
smooth jazz station WNWV
WNWV
(107.3 FM). The service was called the " Al Roker
Al Roker
Radio Weather Network", it was provided by United Stations Radio Networks. He has since been replaced on those networks by Accuweather.[18] He also had a one and a half hour weekday morning stint live from 5:00–7:00 a.m. on The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel
under the name Wake Up with Al
Wake Up with Al
which aired from 2009 until 2015. Author[edit]

Roker at the 81st Academy Awards
81st Academy Awards
in February 2009

Writing with Dick Lochte, Roker began a series of murder mysteries in 2009 that feature Billy Blessing, a celebrity chef turned amateur detective. The second book in the series, The Midnight Show Murders (2010), was nominated for a 2011 Nero Award.[19] His book The Morning Show Murders, also published in 2010, was made into the 2018 movie on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries with Holly Robinson Peete in the lead role.[citation needed] In 2016, the non-fiction book Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom for Modern Times, written by Roker and his wife Deborah Roberts, was published.[20] Personal life[edit] Roker married W NBC
NBC
producer Alice Bell in 1984.[21] They divorced in 1994. The following year he married fellow journalist Deborah Roberts,[22] who has reported for both ABC[22] and NBC.[22] She met Roker when she joined NBC
NBC
in 1990 as a reporter. Roker has three children: two daughters, Courtney (born 1987) and Leila (born 1998), and one son, Nicholas Albert (born 2002). On November 7, 2010, Roker ran in the ING New York City
New York City
Marathon. Roker is an Honorary member of Phi Beta Sigma
Phi Beta Sigma
fraternity. Health[edit]

Roker with members of the United States Navy, 2000

In 2002,[23] Roker underwent gastric bypass surgery to lose weight, which he said he did after failing at numerous diets. Eight months after that surgery, the New York Daily News reported he had dropped 100 pounds (45 kg) off his 320-pound figure.[24] In 2013, Roker made headlines after he admitted in a nationally televised interview that he had defecated in his pants during a visit to the White House, a side-effect of his gastric bypass surgery.[25] Roker wrote about his battle with weight loss in Never Goin' Back: Winning the Weight Loss Battle For Good published in 2013.[26] On Thursday, June 7, 2001, Roker underwent a total knee arthoplasty (replacement, or "TKA") on his left knee.[27] In 2005, he had a back operation.[28] He had another knee replacement surgery in 2016.[29] Charity work[edit] In 2007, Roker became an official supporter of Ronald McDonald House Charities and is a member of their celebrity board, called the Friends of RMHC.[30] He also served as the official spokesperson for Amtrak's National Train Day, which took place on May 10, 2008.[31] Controversy[edit] 2012 Olympic logo controversy[edit]

"Remember that controversial Olympic logo for the 2012 Olympics in London? Some folks have complained that the campaign actually sent them into epileptic seizures. Well, we asked you to weigh in on our website in an informal poll; those of you who could get up off the floor after shaking around were able to actually log in"[32] — Al Roker, June 7, 2007, describing the reaction to the logo for 2012 Summer Olympics

The following day Roker stated, "I started joking about [the logo]. I want to make this clear—I was not joking about epilepsy or anyone who suffers from epilepsy. We understand and know that this is a serious affliction and would never joke about that. We were joking about the logo—not about epilepsy. If anybody was offended, I heartily and really humbly apologize."[32] On November 23, 2015, Roker filed a discrimination complaint after he and his son tried to hail a taxi, the cab driver then passed them in order to pick up a white man on the next block. Roker stated on Twitter that a "cabbie picked up a white guy a block away. Wonder why Uber wins?" According to the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission, the driver would either have to pay a $500 fine or possibly have his license suspended.[33][34][35] Signature phrases[edit]

On many occasions on Today he has used the phrase "man candy" to describe attractive males.[36] At the end of his weather segments, when they cut to local broadcasters for regional updates, he says, "That's what's going on around the country. Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods." (Willard Scott's outcue phrase was "Here's what's happening in your world, even as we speak.")[citation needed] When he mentions Sunday's weather forecast on weekdays, often he restates the word "Sunday", imitating the "funny cars" catchphrase.[37] During Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
ribbon cutting ceremonies, he is joined by the producers of the parade and special guests in kicking off the parade by saying "5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Let's have a parade."[38]

Other appearances and activities[edit]

On the May 9, 1998, episode of Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
(hosted by David Duchovny), Roker appeared in a "Mango" sketch with Matt Lauer. Usually, the sketch follows the fruitless pursuit of Mango by a character (portrayed by the cast member Chris Kattan). In the middle of this particular sketch, Roker appeared as the object of Lauer's affection. Instead of the famous catch-phrase "Mango, Mango!" Lauer says, "Roker, ROKER !! " Roker voiced a fictionalized version of himself as a faustian figure in two episodes of the animated Disney Channel
Disney Channel
series The Proud Family. During the first inaugural parade of President Barack Obama, Al Roker was able to get the "first interview" with the President by removing his Fedora
Fedora
hat and yelling to the walking President to come over. Acknowledging Roker, Obama continued walking along the parade route, telling him "it's warm!"[39] Roker holds the record for most appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, with over 30. He would often appear on the show as a last-minute replacement if a previously scheduled guest canceled their appearance.[40] Roker had a cameo appearance in Sharknado 2: The Second One, which premiered on Syfy
Syfy
on July 30, 2014.

He further reprised the cameo in the sequels Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, which premiered on July 22, 2015, and Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, which premiered on July 31, 2016.

Roker appeared as the special guest ring announcer at WrestleMania 33, for the match between John Cena
John Cena
and Nikki Bella, versus The Miz
The Miz
and Maryse. In 2014, Commandant of the Coast Guard
Commandant of the Coast Guard
Admiral Robert Papp
Robert Papp
named Roker an honorary commodore in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.[41] Roker had produced and narrated a Coast Guard documentary television series. In 2018, Roker appeared in episode 400 of My Brother, My Brother, and Me

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1990 Another World Himself Television series; one episode

1993 Seinfeld Himself Television series; one episode

1994 Reading Rainbow Himself Television series; one episode

1994 Mad About You Himself Television series; one episode

1994 Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Himself Television series; one episode

1996 NewsRadio Guy Television series; one episode

1997 The Single Guy Dr. Benjamin Television series; one episode

Men in Black Alien on TV monitor Uncredited

1998 Superman: The Animated Series Weather Forecaster (voice) Television series; one episode

1998 Quest for Camelot Knight (voice)

1998, 2007 Saturday Night Live Himself Television series; two episodes

1999 Space Ghost Coast to Coast Himself Television series; one episode

2000 Will & Grace Himself Television series; one episode

2001 Sesame Street Himself Television series; one episode

2003 Freedom: A History of Us Christian reorder editor Henry McNeal Turner Television miniseries

2003, 2004 The Proud Family Faustian Al Roker
Al Roker
(voice) Television series; two episodes

2003 Wholey Moses Weather Forecaster (voice) Short film

Cyberchase Sam Vander Rom (voice) Television series; three episodes

2005 Robots Mailbox (voice)

2006 Unaccompanied Minors Himself

2007, 2012 30 Rock Himself Television series; two episodes

2008 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa Newscaster (voice)

2009 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Patrick Patrickson (voice)

2011 WordGirl Sonny Days (voice) Television series; one episode

2011 The Big Year New York Weather Forecaster

2012 The Pirates! Band of Misfits! The Pirate Who Likes Sunsets and Kittens (voice)

Treme Himself Television series; one episode

The Simpsons Himself (voice) Television series; one episode

2013 The Michael J. Fox Show Himself Television series; one episode

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 Patrick Patrickson (voice)

2014 Sharknado 2: The Second One Himself Television film

2015 Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
40th Anniversary Special Himself Television special

Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Himself Television film

2016 Ghostbusters Himself Cameo

Sharknado: The 4th Awakens Himself Television film

2017 WWE WrestleMania 33 Himself Pay-Per View, Guest Ring Announcer

Works[edit]

2000: Don't Make Me Stop This Car! reflections on fatherhood ISBN 9780684868936 2013: Never Goin' Back: Winning the Weight-Loss Battle For Good ISBN 978-0-451-41493-9 2016: Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom for Modern Times co-written with his wife Deborah Roberts. ISBN 978-0-451-46636-5

Billy Blessing novels

2009: The Morning Show Murders. Co-authored by Dick Lochte. ISBN 0-385-34368-X. 2010: The Midnight Show Murders. Co-authored by Dick Lochte; nominated for the 2011 Nero Award. ISBN 0-385-34369-8. 2011: The Talk
Talk
Show Murders. Co-authored by Dick Lochte. ISBN 0-385-34370-1.

See also[edit]

Bahamian Americans

References[edit]

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Al Roker
– TODAY.com". Today.msnbc.msn.com. 2010-06-23. Archived from the original on 19 May 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ American Meteorological Society, Brad Lee -. "AMS Television Seal Holders". apps.ametsoc.org. Retrieved 17 December 2017.  ^ "Watch #Rokerthon live: Al attempts World Record for longest weather report" Retrieved November 13, 2014 ^ " Al Roker
Al Roker
Biography". Biography.com. 1954-08-20. Archived from the original on 10 June 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ a b c " Al Roker
Al Roker
Biography – Yahoo! Movies". Movies.yahoo.com. Archived from the original on 2011-06-28. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ a b c " Al Roker
Al Roker
Biography (1954–)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ Al Roker
Al Roker
Biography, The Biography Channel. Accessed November 18, 2007. "After graduating from Xavier High School in Manhattan, Roker studied communications at State University of New York at Oswego, where he got his first shot at weathercasting." ^ "Al, Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz
discuss being distant cousins". Today. September 2, 2011. Retrieved October 21, 2014.  ^ a b "Al Roker : Chefs". Food Network. Archived from the original on 28 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ a b " Al Roker
Al Roker
Blown by Hurricane Wilma". I Am Bored. 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2017-04-12.  ^ "Rokerthon 2 is on! Al Roker
Al Roker
hits the road for record-breaking effort". Today. 2015-11-05.  ^ "Al Roker's 50-state 'Rokerthon 2' begins". New York Daily News. 2015-11-06.  ^ " Al Roker
Al Roker
Comes to UT for Rokerthon 3". WBIR. 2017-03-28.  ^ a b " Al Roker
Al Roker
to host 'Celebrity Family Feud' - TODAY Entertainment – TODAY.com". Today.msnbc.msn.com. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ a b " Celebrity Family Feud
Celebrity Family Feud
&#124". Nbc.com. Archived from the original on 1 May 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ Al Roker
Al Roker
on IMDb ^ a b "Roker on the Road". Food Network. Archived from the original on 22 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ " Al Roker
Al Roker
Radio Weather Network". Archived from the original on August 18, 2004. Retrieved 2017-02-26. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) at United Stations Radio Network ^ Cogdill, Oline, "The 2011 Nero Award Nominees"; Mystery Scene, June 15, 2011. Retrieved December 5, 2011 ^ McClurg, Jocelyn (January 5, 2016). "Al Roker, Deborah Roberts
Deborah Roberts
write about their marriage". USA Today.  ^ "Alice Bell is Married". New York Times. December 23, 1984.  ^ a b c " Deborah Roberts
Deborah Roberts
– ABC News". Abcnews.go.com. 2007-04-28. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ "The skinny on Roker's weight loss: Gastric bypass". USA Today. November 3, 2002. Retrieved April 23, 2010.  ^ Connor, Tracy (November 17, 2002). "Stars put fat-fighting surgery in the spotlight". Daily News. Daily News. p. 10.  ^ " Al Roker
Al Roker
Pooped His Pants at the White House". People. Retrieved September 10, 2015.  ^ Roker, Al; Morton, Laura (December 31, 2012). Never Goin' Back: Winning the Weight-Loss Battle For Good. New American Library. ISBN 978-0-451-41493-9.  ^ Dwyer, Sheila & Knee1 Staff (July 10, 2001). " Al Roker
Al Roker
Returns to "Today"". Knee1.com. Retrieved January 27, 2016.  ^ Notjustrich.com admin. "How much is Al Roker
Al Roker
Worth?". Not Just Rich. Retrieved January 27, 2016.  ^ "Inside Al Roker's road to recovery after knee replacement". TODAY.com. October 24, 2016. Retrieved 2018-02-04.  ^ "Celebrity Friends of RMHC". McDonald's Corporation. Archived from the original on 2010-06-19.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2013-02-19.  ^ a b Starr, Michael (June 9, 2007). "Joker Roker: 'Sorry'". New York Post. Archived from the original on 2007-06-11.  ^ TMZ Staff (November 23, 2015). " Al Roker
Al Roker
– NYC Cab Driver was Racist". TMZ. Retrieved November 23, 2015.  ^ Lawson, Richard (November 23, 2015). " Al Roker
Al Roker
Files Complaint Claiming NYC Taxi Ignored Him in Favor of White Customer". Vanity Fair. Retrieved November 23, 2015.  ^ Kimble, Lindsay (November 23, 2015). " Al Roker
Al Roker
Says an N.Y.C. Cab Passed Him to Pick Up a White Man, Files Discrimination Complaint". People. Retrieved November 23, 2015.  ^ Barrett, Liz (October 18, 2006). " Al Roker
Al Roker
Sure Loves His "Man Candy"". Columbia Journalism Review. Retrieved 2007-03-02.  ^ Raver, Grace; Flanagan, Graham (January 11, 2016). "Why Al Roker says 'Sunday! Sunday!' when giving his weather report". Business Insider. Retrieved 2018-02-04.  ^ "Entire 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade". November 24, 2016. Retrieved 2017-04-12.  ^ "Al gets 'first interview' with President Barack Obama". Al Roker blog on MSNBC.com. January 20, 2009. Archived from the original on 17 February 2009. Retrieved March 13, 2009.  ^ " Al Roker
Al Roker
Trivia and Quotes on". Tv.com. Retrieved 2011-05-11. [permanent dead link] ^ "We salute you Al! Roker gets 'Honorary Commodore' award". NBC
NBC
News. May 19, 2014. Retrieved 29 December 2017. 

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Official website Al Roker
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on IMDb Al Roker
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interview video at the Archive of American Television Al Roker
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Investigates at CourtTV.com Roker's NBC
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biography Al Roker
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at Foodnetwork.com " Al Roker
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chats with Mad Dog & Billie on Toronto's MIX FM". Archived from the original on 2007-01-28.  Roker's Favorite Books Al's Book Club for Kids Appearances on C-SPAN

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