Bravo network host and Celebrity Speaker, Andy Cohen served as the Executive Vice-President of Original Programming and Development at Bravo until 2013. Andy was responsible for overseeing the network’s development and production slate of over two dozen shows. These shows included the hit reality competition series, Top Chef, The Real Housewives franchise, The Millionaire Matchmaker, Million Dollar Listing, The Rachel Zoe Project, The Fashion Show, and Flipping Out. Although, Andy continues to produce The Real Housewives franchise. He has been nominated for numerous Primetime Emmy’s for shows including Project Runway, Queer Eye, and Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. In 2010 Cohen won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Competition Program as executive producer of Top Chef. Other awards include the Peabody Award which Cohen won in 2004 for executive producer of the documentary The N-Word and was named one of the top 40 Under 40 broadcasting executives in 2007 by Multichannel News. He was also chosen by GQ Magazine as one of their top 25 Best Dressed Men of the Year in 2012.
Throughout his career, Andy Cohen has also appeared as a guest on several programs including The Apprentice, Conan, The Charlie Rose Show, CBS This Morning, The Colbert Report, Katie Couric’s talk show, Katie, The Soup, the Today Show, Live with Regis and Kelly, The View, Bethenny, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Anderson Live with Anderson Cooper, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and countless others. Cohen regularly appears as host of the annual Miss USA Pageant competition alongside co-host Natalie Morales in 2011 and Giuliana Rancic in 2012. Andy Cohen is currently host to the reality TV’s reunion shows and host of a weekly night time talk show Watch What Happens Live. He has also made history for being the first openly gay late night talk show host.