Andy Cohen is an American television personality, actor, and media personality. He is the host of Bravo’s reality series Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and the executive producer of its spin-off, The Real Housewives of New York City.
Cohen worked as an intern at ‘CBS News’ before going on to produce a few other shows on the network.
In 2000, Cohen began working with the network Trio. In 2004, he was made their VP of original programming for Bravo after the takeover
Cohen’s own pop culture channel, Radio Andy, was launched by ‘SiriusXM Radio in 2015’. The channel airs the shows Andy Cohen’s Deeper & Shallow and Andy Cohen Live hosted by Cohen.
Andy co-hosted the famous ‘Today’ show on NBC, but also appeared on other notorious morning talk shows ‘Live! with Kelly’ and the infamous ‘The View.’ on ABC.
He was a talented content creator, always creating new formats and developing original content. He also created one of the most popular reality cooking competition TV shows: Top Chef.
Andy Cohen has been involved with the entertainment industry for a while now. He is a television producer, writer and on Bravo, he is the executive producer for Real Housewives, Watch What Happens Live, and Andy Cohen Live. He is also hosting Love Connection again.
Andy Cohen Age
Andy was born on June 2, 1968, in St. Louis, Missouri, and is the son of Evelyn and Lou Cohen. He is currently 54 years old in 2022. In addition, he has a sister, Emily Rosenfeld. Andy is a Jew, has roots in Poland and Lithuania, and maybe he likes to celebrate Rosh Hashanah(Jewish New Year.
Andy Cohen Education
Cohen is a graduate of Clayton High School. Later, he graduated from Boston University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism. Later, he interned at CBS News.
Andy Cohen Husband
Cohen is a member of the LGBT community, has been hosting an American late-night talk show for years, and became a father in 2019. He announced his decision to do so by having a child (son Benjamin Allen Cohen) with a surrogate!
Andy Cohen Son
Although Andrew’s partner is unknown, however, he has a son named Benjamin Allen Cohen who was born on Feb 4 2019 from a surrogate.
LGBT is an acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. It is used to describe a person who has a sexual orientation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
The meaning of the word “LGBT” has been debated for decades. The term originally meant “lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender,” but the definition was expanded to include all sexual orientation and gender identity.
The meaning of LGBT has changed over time. It is now more about the community than about sexual orientation or gender identity.
Andy Cohen Anderson Cooper
After years of hosting their hit talk show, Anderson Cooper and David Cohen announced they would be going on a national tour to perform their conversational stage show AC2 beginning in March 2015. The tour opened in Boston and closed in Miami Beach before heading up to Chicago and Atlanta.
Two-man standup act, Cooper & Cohen first launched at the 92nd Street Y in NY and has since toured over 50 cities. The idea for the show came about when Cooper interviewed Cohen about his then-new book, “The Andy Cohen Diaries.”
Andy Cohen Baby Shower
On January 26, 2019, Andy Cohen and his Real Housewives moved to The Palm Beverly Hills in Los Angeles to celebrate their joyful news of Andy becoming a first-time father. People are still talking about the baby shower for Benjamin Allen Cohen, even though he was born just two years ago.
Kathy Griffin was the most recent New Year’s Eve co-host alongside Cooper, but Cohen took her job in 2017 on CNN.
Andy Cohen Net Worth
Cohen has a net worth estimated to be $40 million. Andy Cohen is an American television personality, actor, and media personality. He is the host of Bravo’s reality series Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and the executive producer of its spin-off, The Real Housewives of New York City.
LGBT movies have been around for a while. They are usually made by the LGBT community and they depict their struggles and triumphs. However, these movies are not always well received by the general public.
One of the earlier LGBT movies to be released was The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Released in 1975, it depicted a newly-engaged couple who have a breakdown in a remote area and must seek shelter at the bizarre home of Dr. Frank-n-Furter
In recent years, there has been an increase in LGBT films with a focus on coming out stories and tackling homophobia with humor and satire. Some of these films include; Love, Simon; Call Me By Your Name; Moonlight, The Hours, Transamerica, Closet Monster, My Own Private Idaho, Those People, Boys Don’t Cry, and The Normal Heart.