Nancy Alspaugh is a screenwriter nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Writing and Outstanding Talk Show. She is also active in the nonprofit organization Act Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!). Nancy is widely known for her works in Leeza (1994), The Bradshaw Difference (1996) and Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends (1996). She has proven to be an amazing activist, advocate, author and a family woman.
Nancy Alspaugh has been married twice. After having romantic affairs with Matt Lauer, a TV journalist famous as the host of NBC, they got married in 1981. Though they were happily married for several years, they decided to get divorced and finally dissolved their married life in 1988. Alspaugh is currently married to Read Jacobson, who is an executive at Fox Television. The couple has six-year-old son Wyatt who has Autism.