Laurie Hibberd

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Laurie Hibberd (born April 4, 1964) is a Canadian television personality and entertainment news reporter. She is married to Michael Gelman; they have two children. In 2007 she worked on two Canadian-based talk shows, The Mom Show and Doctor in the House.[citation needed]

Hibberd began her broadcasting career as a traffic reporter, news writer, entertainment reporter and host on CKFM in Toronto from 1987 through 1992.[citation needed] In the late 80s and early 90s, she also served as a host on YTV for YTV Rocks and Rock'n'Talk. She later became an entertainment reporter for WSVN-TV in Miami from 1992-1994. She appeared on Good Morning America and Good Morning America Sunday. Before that, she co-hosted the FX cable network's morning show, Breakfast Time, with Tom Bergeron, from 1994-1996.

Hibberd graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto and graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism.

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