December 5, 1977 (46)
Matt Gutman is an American reporter, correspondent, and television host, widely recognized for his work on ABC News and hosting the show “Sea Rescue.”
Gutman has been a correspondent on multiple ABC News platforms, including “Good Morning America,” “20/20,” and “Nightline,” where he has covered high-profile stories such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the Oscar Pistorius case, and the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. He has also hosted “Sea Rescue,” an educational and informational program about the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of animals back into the wild, which has attracted a loyal viewership.
Throughout his career, Gutman has worked with a number of individuals in different capacities, such as journalists, celebrities, and experts. Among these are George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Michael Strahan, Amy Robach, David Muir, Diane Sawyer, Ginger Zee, Juju Chang, and Byron Pitts, creating a dynamic narrative of stories that range from global crises to human interest pieces.
He has earned several awards for his work, elevating the standards of journalism. For example, he received an Emmy Award for his coverage of the Haiti earthquake in 2010, setting a precedent for emergency reporting. Moreover, his exclusive interview with the father of one of the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting in 2018 garnered recognition for its depth and sensitivity. His storytelling skills also earned him a GLAAD Media Award nomination.