Michael Laungani

Michael Laungani

Michael Laungani

Date Of Birth: Unknown
Hometown: New York, NY
Pre-Reality Occupation: Management consultant
Marital Status: Single

Michael Laungani News

  • Tammy Trenta becomes the fourteenth 'Apprentice 5' contestant fired

    Being a The Apprentice project manager is always a high risk prospect, especially when -- for whatever reason -- the ideas and plans that end up being executed are almost exclusively yours.
  • Michael Laungani the thirteenth 'Apprentice 5' contestant fired

    Sometimes you can be nice in business, but being nice to your competition after they have consistently beaten you is just foolish -- a lesson that Michael Laungani, a 29-year-old management consultant from New York, NY, learned the hard way during last night's The Apprentice broadcast.
  • Charmaine Hunt and Tarek Saab fired from 'The Apprentice 5'

    For the second time this season, two The Apprentice contestants were fired for their failure on the same task. Citing her inability to lead Tarek Saab, Apprentice star Donald Trump fired Charmaine Hunt, a 27-year-old real estate consultant from Nashville, TN, during last night's boardroom session. Then, citing his inability to be led by anyone (logic that would appear to conflict with the reasoning behind Charmaine's firing), Tarek, a 27-year-old hi-tech manager from New Bedford, MA, was fired as well.
  • Andrea Lake becomes tenth contestant fired from 'The Apprentice 5'

    Andrea Lake, a 31-year-old sticker company owner from San Diego who had shown herself to have something of a brash and abrasive personality, became the ninth person fired from The Apprentice 5 after she became cross with her team and they turned on her in the boardroom.
  • Lenny Veltman, Leslie Bourgeois fired in 'Apprentice 5' doubleheader

    In order to make room on its schedule for next week's week-long Celebrity Cooking Showdown reality cooking competition, NBC opted to air back-to-back The Apprentice episodes last night. The broadcasts saw two more losing project managers bite the dust, with Lenny Veltman going home after being unable to relate to his task's judges and Leslie Bourgeois later joining him after her failure to properly price Gold Rush Corporation's product resulted in the team's fourth consecutive task loss.

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