|Born||Megan Leah McCormick
|Notable credit(s)||Globe Trekker|
Megan Leah McCormick (born 1973) is one of the main hosts of the Pilot Productions travel/adventure series Globe Trekker (also called Pilot Guides in Australia, Canada and the United States and originally broadcast as Lonely Planet). She also hosted the television series Sea Nation, which aired in 2010.
McCormick was born in Glendale, Ohio, and raised in Florida. As a child she had an interest in ballet. In 1996 she began a job in Japan teaching English. She graduated from Boston University with a B.S. degree in Philosophy and Political Science.
Since 1998 she has been a presenter on Globe Trekker, and has hosted episodes on Greece, Ghana, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, China, India and Egypt. She hosted the New England episode, where she herself attended university. She has also presented Treks in a Wild World, a show which places more emphasis on ecotourism and history combined with adventure elements. Before joining Pilot Productions, McCormick worked behind the scenes on The News with Brian Williams on the CNBC and MSNBC cable networks.
She was the host of Sea Nation, a television series that followed her and a friend as they sell everything, leaving the comfort and security of routine life behind.
Globe Trekker episodes
- Drew, Kevin (June 10, 2004). "Travel show host finds a TV home trekking the globe". CNN.com. Retrieved 12 July 2010.
- Sea Nation TV
- Official biography
- Globe Trekker Web Chat
- CNN interview
- Megan McCormick The Traveller - Unofficial Fan Site
- Megan McCormick at the Internet Movie Database
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