After years as one of the most notable faces on the “Today” show, longtime host Matt Lauer was fired from NBC News amid allegations of sexual misconduct. The organization said it received a “detailed complaint” and had reason to believe the conduct may not have been an isolated incident.

Lauer, who is currently married to wife Annette Roque, was previously married to television producer and writer Nancy Alspaugh. Alspaugh and Lauer were married from 1981 to 1988. An Emmy Award winner, Aspaugh is known for her work on “Leeza,” “The Bradshaw Difference” and “Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends,” according to IMDB

Nancy Alspaugh Nancy Alspaugh was once married to Matt Lauer. She is pictured at the book signing for "Fearless Women" on April 3, 2005 in Santa Monica, California. Photo: Marsaili McGrath/Getty Images

Few details about Lauer’s relationship with Alspaugh are available, and it remained unclear why they split. Alspaugh went on to marry H. Read Jackson, a longtime execute at Fox Sports Net. Jackson died in 2016 after a long battle with cancer.

Lauer married Annette Roque in 1998. The pair have three children together. Lauer and Roque briefly split in 2006 when she accused him of “cruel and inhumane” treatment and “extreme anger and hostility,” according to InTouch Weekly, though they later reconciled. 

Neither Lauer nor his wife have spoken publicly about the accusations leveled against him.