Maury is known world wide for his paternity tests and cheaters test the quote for the paternity test he is famouse for is you are not the father as to the cheater test the line is that was a lie.
Maury was one of the celebrities that golfed in the Mario Lemieux Celebrity Golf Tournament which is an annual golf turnament in Oakmont, Pennsylvania.
Maury raises awareness for National Adoption Month.
Maury joined the long list of celebrities lampooned by South Park. It happened in South Park episode 82 entitled Freak Strike.
Maury owns his own production company named MoPo Productions Inc..
Maury talk show is now being produced by NBC Universal Television Group.
Maury has a son named Shirley Povich who is also In the entertainment business.
Connie and Maury adopted their child but Maury considers the child his own and has no regrets. His son that they adopted name is Matthew.
Maury married Connie Chung on December 2, 1984 and are still married at the present. They have 1 child together.
Maury was married to Phyllis Minkoff in 1962 they divorced in 1979 and had 2 children together.
Maury played himself in the movie The Preppie Murder in 1989.
In 2004, Maury attended The 31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Maury was present at the 48 Annual New York Emmy Awards in 2005.
Maury also appeared on another talk show titled The Imagemaker in 1986.
Maury was the Host of a titled A Current Affair. His fame on that show lasted from 1986 until 1990.
Maury also currently produces his own show The Maury Povich Show which began in 1991.
Maury also was the Executive Producer of the production titles Twin Towers in 2003.
Maury is the Executive Producer of the show Mornings with Shirley Povich: A Century of Writing Sports. It premiered in 2005.
In some of Maury work he is credited under Maurice R Povich.
Maury was born on January 17, 1939 in Washington, District of Columbia.
Maury Povich: Well, if you hang around Charles Barkley a lot, you realize that it just may not be his hobby of choice.
Maury Povich: His leads would be: The Redskins came on the field in their colors, burgundy, gold and Caucasian. Or Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns integrated the Redskins end zone three times. That's how he would do it.
Maury Povich: I wanted the public throughout the country to get a taste of him. Those of us in Washington, who grew up with him, knew all about him. He wrote for 13 presidents, for crying out loud.
Maury Povich: Paul has been a very integral part of the success of this program. We are energized about the upcoming season and I feel confident that under Paul's leadership we will continue to grow the show and further expand our audience.
Maury Povich: (regarding his purposal to Connie) About six weeks later, she called because she had found a dress. And then she said yes.
Maury Povich: It was the roughest time in my life. Connie helped me through it.