Cat Greenleaf

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Cat Greenleaf
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Born (1972-03-13) March 13, 1972 (age 42)
Brooklyn, New York
Occupation Actor, television personality
Years active 1999–present
Agent International Management Group[1]
Children Primo, Truman

Catherine Kaye "Cat" Greenleaf (born March 13, 1972)[citation needed] is the host of NBC’s three time Emmy Award–winning series Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf,[2][3] on which celebrities come to Greenleaf's stoop in Brooklyn and sit for a 15–20 minute interview covering career highlights, life story, issues of the day, and current projects.

Born in White Plains, New York,[citation needed] Greenleaf started her career as an airborne traffic reporter for KGO (AM) radio in San Francisco in 1999. The next year she moved back to the East Coast and reported traffic on NY1, then moved to news reporting on WRNN-TV in Queens, NY. nyctv hired Greenleaf to produce her own weekly lifestyle segment On the Prowl with Cat Greenleaf.[4]

Cat moved over to WNBC, where her main gig was the station's Features Reporter, primarily on Today in New York, and the 11 O’clock News. Her spots were seen on affiliates around the nation, as well as on the national Weekend Today Show, the New York Non-Stop channel, and in all the WNBC taxi cabs around New York City. Shortly after the birth of her first son, Primo, Cat Greenleaf began the dream job of doing a talk show right on her front porch. The show now airs in the top nine markets, and between broadcast, digital, and out-of-home platforms like screens in cabs and on gas pumps, Talk Stoop is viewed nearly 12 million times a week. [4]

Greenleaf endorses LUST, a small accessories line with the slogan "Look Up Stop Txting" that endorses awareness of the people in the world and living in the moment.[5]

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