About Andy Cohen
Andy Cohen is a famous television executive, author and host from the United States, currently working as Executive Vice President of Development and Talent at Bravo television. Andy is also hosting a TV show Watch What Happens Live and has recently released a memoir book Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture. He was the first American host to openly announce about his homosexuality. As for 2013 Andy Cohen net worth is estimated at $10 million.
Andy was born in 1968, in St. Luis. Since his teenage years Andy was a kind of news-addict, spending hours reading magazines or browsing through news channels on television. After graduating from Clayton High School, Cohen enrolled in Boston University.
He studied broadcasting journalism. Although Cohen enjoyed college life more than his lecturers might have wanted, his innate talent for telling stories, great memory and a sharp eye kept Andy among the best students. The same personal qualities plus commitment to work eventually boosted Andy Warhol net worth to millions of dollars.
As a student Andy made an internship at CBS This Morning together with another currently famous television personality Julie Chen.
At the time the two interns did not get along very well, as Chen was mad on Julie for coming late nearly every morning. Surprisingly, as the life went on the two became good friends. They both managed to build impressive careers on television: Chen’s fortunes are just a little smaller then Andy Warhol net worth, she currently owns assets worth $8 million.
As an intern Cohen thought he would never be able to work on-air, because of a wondering eye.
However, his talent and commitment overweighed this physical defect. Andy was hired by CBS as a news clerk right after he graduated from college. For ten years he worked hard making his way up to the position of senior producer. During those years he covered some of the most important news on CBS. He made reportages on the bombing of Oklahoma City, Missouri and Mississippi river floods and Joey Buttafuaco scandal. He also worked on the popular American TV documentary series 48 Hours.
In summer 2000 Cohen was offered to take a position of Executive Vice President of Development and Talent at Bravo television. With this promotion came a noticeable increase in his salary and Andy Cohen net worth growth shifted to the higher gear. Not only he is an executive producer, Andy regularly appears on air with his talk show Watch What Happens Live and online program at Bravo.com. He also hosted a number of Bravo reunions and co-hosted a popular syndicated morning show Live! With Kelly and Michael. In 2004 Andy received a Peabody Award for producing a documentary TRIO.