Andy Cohen is a TV host whose net worth is $15 million whereas he earn about $2 million as yearly salary. Check out his ex-wife, boyfriends (he is a gay) info. Andy Cohen is an American who has made a name for himself as a producer, actor and a television host. The 48 year old has formed a lasting impression on his audience and
|Name||Andrew Joseph Cohen|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Source of Income||Television Host|
|Annual Salary||$2 Million|
|Birth Date||June 2, 1968|
|Ex-Wife||Anne Cohen (1978)|
Andrew Joseph Cohen more popularly known by screen name Andy Cohen was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States on June 2, 1968. He attended the Clayton High School and graduated in 1986. He also attended the Camp Nebagamon for Boys in Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin district. Finally Cohen graduated in broadcast journalism from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He has a sibling named Emily Rosenfeld.
Soon after graduation, he joined the CBS news for his internship and served the company for ten long years being promoted as a senior producer for The Early Show. Cohen also was made the producer for two other shows namely 48 Hours and CBS This Morning. In 2000, he was appointed the vice president for the cable network Trio. After 4 years in 2004, Trio was purchased by Bravo and Cohen joined the company.
Apart from producing, Cohen enjoys hosting shows and has hosted several talk shows like Today and Morning Joe. He co-hosted in several shows like Anderson Live, Live! With Kelly, The View and many more. Cohen also appeared in famous pop singer Lady Gagas music video for the song titled G.U.Y. from the album Artpop in 2013. He ventured into yet another business venture and launched his very own radio station SiriusXM named Radio Andy, channel 102. He features himself along with other famous personalities.
With a love for travelling and interacting with people, Cohen went on tours across the country with over 20 in counting. His partner was Anderson Cooper for the national tour in United States. Through the tours they both raised a hefty amount to be donated for charity for the Orland massacre.
Cohen is the first American host who declared himself as a gay. Through Anderson Life show, Cohen discussed Anderson coming out of being a gay and his emotions and stigma revolving around it. Cohen even refused to co-host Miss Universe held in Russia in 2013, for Russia having reservations about being gay and implementing lawsuits for homosexuals. Cohen has won several awards and his popularity raised by producing the show Watch What Happens: Live. He resigned from Bravo in 2013 and is currently the producer for Real Housewives as well as Watch What Happens: Live. Cohen launched his book under the name Andy Cohen Books and his third book was released in 2016.