Savannah Guthrie was born on 21 December 1971 who has been working for NBC news channel. She has been married to Mark Ochard in 2005 but separated. Before joining to NBC she has worked for WRC-TV, KVOA-TV, KMIZ-TV where she has anchored and reported to many shows. She graduated from Magna Cum Laude.
After substituting for both Meredith Vieira and Ann Curry on Today, it was confirmed on May 9, 2011, that Guthrie would become co-host of the 9am hour alongside Natalie Morales and Al Rokder, as well as the show's Chief Legal Editor. The move came after Meredith Vieira announced her departure from the show as co-host of the main program, and the subsequent promotions of Ann Curry and Natalie Morales to main co-host and news anchor respectively. Guthrie departed The Daily Rundown Today on June 8, 2011.She also became NBC News's Chief Legal Analyst, making her first appearance in this role on May 25, 2011.On June 29, 2012, it was announced that Guthrie will co-anchor Today, replacing Curry. Her first day as co-anchor alongside Matt Lauer was July 9, 2012.
Prior to joining NBC News in September 2007, Guthrie was the legal affairs correspondent based in Washington, D.C. for Court TV from 2006 to 2007.Guthrie covered Congress, the Supreme Court, and high-profile court proceedings including the Zacarias Moussaoui trial, the Scooter Libby case, and the Samuel Alito confirmation hearings. From 2004-2006, Guthrie was a national trial correspondent for Court TV. She reported on trials and court proceedings, including the Michael Jackson child molestation case and the Boston clergy sex abuse scandal and trial involving Father Paul Shanley. Guthrie joined Court TV from the law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld, where she practiced law with an emphasis on white-collar litigation from 2002-2003.