Cat Greenleaf

Emmy® award-winning journalist and “Talk Stoop” host Cat Greenleaf is the face of TALK STOOP ON USA, which airs weekdays between 11am ET and 3pm ET.  In this role, Greenleaf introduces viewers daily to buzz worthy commentary, pop culture news, and intimate one-on-one interviews with celebrities, brand icons and trendsetters.

Along with daily interviews from industry leaders and thought provokers, Greenleaf will bring her TALK STOOP ON USA mobile stoop to the latest red carpets, exclusive movie junkets and national sporting events across the country.

The popular “TALK STOOP ON USA” also airs on the NBC Owned Television Stations in the top television markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and COZI TV, as well as in out-of-home screens across the country, including taxicabs, select transit systems and gas stations. In the nearly seven years on the air, “Talk Stoop” has shot nearly 500 conversations with guests including Spike Lee, The Kardashians, Julianne Moore, Eva Longoria, Hilary Swank, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Edie Falco and Claire Danes.

Prior to joining WNBC, Greenleaf worked at NYC-TV where she served as entertainment correspondent for "NY360" and hosted and produced various programs for the station including, "On The Prowl with Cat Greenleaf" (a weekly series on the culture and characters of New York City); "9.99" (a guide to spending under $10 a day in the city); and "Backdrop NYC" (a showcase for independent films made in New York). Greenleaf hosted The Travel Channel's "Vacation Home Search" and "Chasing History Home." She was also a daily roving craft reporter on the DiY Network's "Craftlab." Greenleaf held positions as Queens Bureau Chief and General Assignment Reporter for WRNN-TV in New York from 2002-2005. From 1991-2001 she was a General Assignment Reporter for Metro Networks/Westwood One where she covered the September 11th terrorist attacks for NY1.

A graduate of Long Island University, Greenleaf resides in Brooklyn with her husband, sons and dogs.