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Al Roker
Roker in 2022
Albert Lincoln Roker Jr.

(1954-08-20) August 20, 1954 (age 69)
Alma materState University of New York at Oswego (BA)
  • Journalist
  • television personality
  • weather presenter
  • actor
  • author
Years active1974–present
  • First wife (divorced)
  • Alice Bell
    (m. 1984, divorced)
  • (m. 1995)

Albert Lincoln Roker Jr.[1] (born August 20, 1954)[1] is an American weather presenter, journalist, television personality, and author. He is the current weather anchor on NBC's Today,[2] and occasionally co-hosts 3rd Hour Today. He has an inactive American Meteorological Society Television Seal #238.[3]

Early life

Roker was born in the borough of Queens, New York City,[1] the son of Isabel, of Jamaican descent, and Albert Lincoln Roker Sr.,[4] a bus driver of Bahamian descent.[5] He initially wanted to be a cartoonist.[4] He was raised Catholic,[4] his mother's faith, and graduated from Xavier High School in Manhattan.[6] He attended the State University of New York at Oswego where he received a B.A. in communications in 1976.[1]


Roker outside the Pentagon during Barack Obama's 2009 Inauguration

Early career (1974–95)

Roker worked as a weather anchor for CBS affiliate WHEN-TV (now WTVH) in Syracuse, New York from 1974 until 1976, while he was enrolled at SUNY Oswego. During his time in Oswego, he also DJ'd at the campus radio station, WNYO.[7] Following the completion of his 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 began in 1978 when he was hired at WKYC in Cleveland, then an NBC owned-and-operated station. After five years in Cleveland, Roker was promoted to the network's flagship outlet, 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 veteran Dr. Frank Field, who left the network over a contract dispute. From 1983 to 1996, Roker was the regular substitute for forecaster Joe Witte on the NBC News program NBC News at Sunrise, and from 1990 to 1995 filled in for Willard Scott, Bryant Gumbel and 1997 through 2000's for Matt Lauer on the Today Show. In 1995, he became the host of The Al Roker Show,[8] a weekend talk show on CNBC.

Roker received wider exposure when David Letterman asked him to join in an elevator race on an episode of the talk show Late Night with David Letterman, which taped across the hall from the WNBC news studio in the GE Building. This led to Roker becoming the forecaster for Weekend Today.[5] He also substituted on the weekday edition of Today[5] when Willard Scott was ill or away.

Full time on the Today show (1996–present)

In early 1996, Scott announced his semi-retirement from Today. On January 26, 1996, Roker received the regular weekday weather slot. Roker's studio remote forecasts, interviewing visitors outside and giving them some camera time, became a staple. Roker conducted more interviews and segments on the show over time. He continues the daily tradition of birthday wishes to centenarians that began with Scott.[9]

In 2005, Roker reported from inside Hurricane Wilma.[10] A popular viral video shows him swept off his feet by the fierce wind and clinging to the cameraman.[10]

In addition to his role as Today Show weather man and anchor, Roker co-hosted the third hour of Today called Today's Take, beginning November 12, 2012. Today's Take was cancelled in February 2017 for Megyn Kelly Today and aired its final episode on September 22, 2017. After Megyn Kelly Today was cancelled in 2018, Roker returned to co-host 3rd Hour Today.

During the 2013 inauguration of Barack Obama, Roker received a handshake from Joe Biden.[11] Years later, as an NBC News reporter at Biden's own 2021 inauguration, Roker received a fist bump from the newly inaugurated president moments before Biden entered the White House.[12]

In November 2014, Roker embarked on a "Rokerthon", in which he did a non-stop, 34-hour weather forecast on NBC, from 10:05 p.m. on November 12, 2014, until about 8:00 a.m. on November 14, 2014.[13] The record-setting event was a fundraiser for the Crowdrise Campaign to benefit the military and USO. He held a "Rokerthon 2", this time reporting weather from all 50 states and Washington, D.C. during the week from November 6 to November 13, 2015, in support of Feeding America.[14][15] From March 27 until March 31, 2017, he embarked on "Rokerthon 3", visiting colleges and setting a Guinness World Record at each one, such as the longest conga line on ice and largest human letter.[16]

Other work

Roker has hosted NBC's coverage of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade since 1995 (with the exception of 2022), where he provides commentary along with some of his Today Show colleagues. He is known as the "uptown" host, whose main roles include cutting the ribbon during the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the start of the parade, and interviewing celebrities who are watching the parade from its start at 77th Street. Roker was unable to host the coverage of the parade in 2022 after recovering from blood clots that had led to being hospitalized.[17]

Roker is a game show fan. From 1996 to 1997, he hosted a game show on MSNBC called Remember This?.[8] He substituted for Meredith Vieira for a week of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire shows from March 5–9, 2007.[18]

In 2008, Roker hosted NBC's Celebrity Family Feud.[19] He hosted a week-long feature on Today profiling 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![20] and Wheel of Fortune.[20]

Roker has hosted programs on Food Network,[21] namely, Roker on the Road,[21] and Tricked-Out Tailgating. He is also an avid barbecue enthusiast.[19]

Roker provided forecasts for several radio stations, including the New York smooth jazz radio station WQCD (101.9 FM) and for Cleveland smooth jazz station WNWV (107.3 FM), through a service called the "Al Roker Radio Weather Network", distributed by United Stations Radio Networks. It has since been replaced by Accuweather.[22] He also had a one and a half hour weekday morning stint live from 5:00–7:00 a.m. on The Weather Channel under the name Wake Up with Al which aired from 2009 until 2015.


On 22 May 2003, Roker made a cameo in The Play What I Wrote on Broadway as the Mystery Guest Star.[23]

It was announced on September 5, 2018, that Roker would make his Broadway debut portraying Joe in the musical Waitress for a six-week run from October 5 to November 11.[24] He later returned to the show for a limited run from November 1 to 24, 2019.[25]

On 19 December 2023, he returned to Broadway for a one night only cameo in Gutenberg! The Musical! as the Producer.[26] On 28 March 2024, Roker was in Back to the Future: The Musical on Broadway as Strickland.[27]


Roker at the 81st Academy Awards in February 2009

Writing with Dick Lochte, Roker co-authored a series of murder mysteries beginning 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.[28] 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.[29]

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.[30]

Personal life

Following an early marriage and divorce,[31] Roker married WNBC producer Alice Bell in December 1984.[32] He and Bell adopted daughter Courtney as an infant in 1987.[33] Roker and Bell later divorced.[31] Roker married TV journalist Deborah Roberts on September 16, 1995.[31] They are the parents of daughter Leila (b. November 17, 1998)[34] and son Nicholas (b. July 18, 2002).[35]

On November 7, 2010, Roker ran in the ING New York City Marathon.[36][37]

Roker is an honorary member of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.[38]

On May 10, 2021, Roker returned to his former stomping grounds in Cleveland to report on the city's reopening efforts following the COVID-19 pandemic, and while live on the Today Show, WKYC chief meteorologist Betsy Kling announced that the station had named the radar tower on top of the WKYC building the "Roker Tower" in his honor, and presented Roker a plaque to commemorate the occasion.[39]


Roker with members of the United States Navy, 2000

On Thursday, June 7, 2001, Roker underwent a total knee arthoplasty (replacement, or "TKA") on his left knee.[40]

In 2002,[41] Roker underwent gastric bypass surgery to lose weight, which he said he did after failing at numerous diets. Eight months after the surgery, the New York Daily News reported he had dropped 100 pounds (45 kg) from his 320 lb (150 kg) figure.[42] Roker wrote about his battle with weight loss in Never Goin' Back: Winning the Weight Loss Battle For Good, published in 2013.[43]

In 2005, he had a back operation.[44] He had another knee replacement surgery in 2016.[45]

In October 2018, Roker underwent emergency carpal tunnel surgery.[46]

In September 2019, he had a hip replacement surgery.

In November 2020, he revealed he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in September 2020.[47] He had a successful operation on November 9,[48] and by November 17 he was at home recovering.[49]

In November 2022, after being absent from Today for a few days, Roker revealed he was in the hospital being treated for blood clots in his lungs.[50] He returned to the show on January 6, 2023, revealing he also suffered from internal bleeding which necessitated surgery, two bleeding ulcers, colon resection surgery when part or all of the colon is removed, and gallbladder removal surgery.[51] Roker credits his wife and NewYork-Presbyterian physicians and staff for saving his life.[52]

Charity work

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.[53] He also served as the official spokesperson for Amtrak's National Train Day, which took place on May 10, 2008.[54]


2012 Olympic logo controversy

"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"[55]

— 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."[55]

Cab driver

On November 23, 2015, Roker alleged racial discrimination and filed a complaint after he and his son attempted to hail a cab. The cab driver reportedly had 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 City Taxi and Limousine Commission, the driver would either have to pay a $500 fine or possibly have his license suspended.[56][57][58]

Signature phrases

  • Roker often says "That's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods" when transitioning from the national weather broadcast to the local affiliate.[59]
  • On many occasions on Today he has used the phrase "man candy" to describe attractive males.[60]
  • When he mentions Sunday's weather forecast on weekdays, often he repeats the word "Sunday", imitating the drag racing promotional catchphrase.[61]
  • During Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade ribbon cutting ceremonies, he is joined by the producers of the parade or the CEO of Macy's and special guests in kicking off the parade with the countdown "5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Let's have a parade!"[62]

Other appearances and activities


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Another World Himself Television series; one episode
1993 Seinfeld Himself Episode: "The Cigar Store Indian"
1994 Reading Rainbow Himself Episode: "Hail to Mail"
1994 Mad About You Himself Episode: "Pandora's Box"
1994 Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Himself Episode: "Tales You Lose"
1996 NewsRadio Guy Episode: "President"
1997 The Single Guy Dr. Benjamin Television series; one episode
1997 Men in Black Alien on TV monitor Uncredited
1998 Superman: The Animated Series Weather presenter (voice) Episode: "Little Girl Lost"
1998 Quest for Camelot Knight (voice)
1998, 2007, 2022 Saturday Night Live Himself Television series; three episodes
1999 Space Ghost Coast to Coast Himself Episode: "Chambraigne"
2000 Will & Grace Himself Episode: "Acting Out"
2001 Sesame Street Himself Episode: "Hurricane, Part 1"
2003 Freedom: A History of Us Christian reorder editor
Henry McNeal Turner
Television miniseries
2003-2004 The Proud Family Faustian Al Roker (voice) Television series; two episodes
2003 Wholey Moses Weather presenter (voice) Short film
2003 Cyberchase Sam Vander Rom (voice) Television series; three episodes
2005 Robots Mailbox (voice)
2005 Madagascar Newscaster #3 (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) Episode: "Sonny Days with a Chance of Showers"
2011 The Big Year New York Weather presenter
2012 The Pirates! Band of Misfits! The Pirate Who Likes Sunsets and Kittens (voice) United States release only
2012–2013 The Penguins of Madagascar Gil Force (voice)
2012 Treme Himself Episode: "Promised Land"
2012 The Simpsons Himself (voice) Episode: “Moonshine River”
2013 The Michael J. Fox Show Himself Episode: "Pilot"
2013 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 Patrick Patrickson (voice)
2014 Sharknado 2: The Second One Himself Television film
2015 Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special Himself Television special
2015 Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Himself Television film
2016 Kung Fu Panda 3 Dim (voice)
2016 Ghostbusters Himself Cameo
2016 Sharknado: The 4th Awakens Himself Television film
2017 WWE WrestleMania 33 Himself Pay-Per View, Guest Ring Announcer
2017 Sharknado 5: Global Swarming Himself Television film
2018 The Last Sharknado: It's About Time Himself Television film[68]
2018 Morning Show Mysteries Himself 1 episode; Also executive producer 6 episodes
2019 Zombieland: Double Tap Himself
2020 The Blacklist Himself Episode: "Roy Cain"[69]
2021 Who Are You, Charlie Brown? Himself Documentary special
2021 Martha Gets Down and Dirty Himself Episode: "Fire Up the Wieners"[70]
2022 The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder Faustian Al Roker Episode: "When You Wish Upon a Roker"
2023 Good Burger 2 Himself Cameo[71]


  • 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

See also


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