Lauren Shehadi Biography
Birthday: May 23, 1983 (Gemini)
Born In: McLean, Virginia, United States
Lauren Shehadi is an American sports journalist and broadcaster. She is currently a sports anchor for MLB network. After falling in love with baseball at a very young age, Shehadi decided to pursue a career in the media as a sports journalist. While studying at the University of Florida, she entered the world of journalism by interning with The Best Damn Sports Show Period. After graduating, she started her professional career as a sports anchor in North Dakota for KXMC-TV in Minot. With them, she began covering both local and national sports events. After picking up the fundamentals of sports broadcasting, she switched to working with CBSSports.com and was also seen on CBS College Sports Network. Her claim to fame came around the same time when she was nominated by the Playboy Magazine among the candidates for Playboy's 2009 Sexiest Sportscaster. Since then, Lauren Shehadi’s popularity expanded and she moved to MLB, a bigger media network. With MLB, Shehadi works as a sports anchor, host, as well as a reporter for various sports events. More recently, she was seen as the host of the NBC and Vox podcast ‘The Podium’, which covers events and athletes from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.