Michael Rey is the proud husband of TV personality, Cat Greenleaf –best known as the talk host of highly popular show, Talk Stoop.
Michael’s wife began her career working in radio as a traffic reporter. The New York native born March 13, 1972 –later transitioned to news reporting working for WRNN-TV in Queens, New York and later for NYCTV. After she arrived to WNBC, her spots began circulating on affiliates around the country.
Cat came up with Talk Stoop back in 2009 –in order to stay at home close to her children. She interviews celebrities on the stoop of her Brooklyn brownstone. After several Emmys the show proved to be a success and is now watched by millions.
Cat who is also a huge adoption advocate, is the proud mother of two adopted sons, nine-year-old Nick (nicknamed Primo) and Truman –who turned six-years-old last January. According to her website, she keeps in contact with both their birth mothers.
Along with her two adorable boys, her family wouldn’t be complete without her husband, Michael Rey –a TV producer.
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Rey is an award winning TV producer with several Emmys under his belt. He is best known for his work as an investigative producer for 60 Minutes. According to his LinkedIn, he attended Mamaroneck High School, holds a bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College and a Master’s Degree from Columbia University Columbia University – Graduate School of Journalism. He began working for CBS News in 2002 and has been since.
Unlike his wife, Michael Rey keeps a low profile, it seems he isn’t into social media; however he is known to be a kind dad and loving husband. As a funny fact, the couple display their Emmys in the kitchen with the children’s potato heads.
Michael’s wife recently filed a suit against her former employer NBC, alleging she was fired from Talk Stoop because she suffered from depression.