Andy Cohen is an American TV host, TV personality, producer and an author. He is best known for his appearance on “Watch what happens next” on Bravo.

His estimated net worth is 15$ million.

Early life

Andrew Joseph Cohen was born on June 2, 1968 in St. Louis, Missouri. He grew up with both of his parents, Lou and Evelyn.

Andy went to Clayton High School and also attended a Camp Nebagamon for boys. Andy always had a dream of making a name for himself in the show business industry, so he graduated from Boston University and got a degree of a Bachelor of arts.

He studied broadcasting journalism and soon applied for his first job on CBS where he worked as an intern at first.


Andy is best known for his journalist career and his first job, as an intern, was at CBS News. He hosted the show together with Julie Chen, who was also doing her internship at the station.

Andy remained on the CBS team after internship and stayed there for 10 years. After showing his talent and dedication to work, Andy was given a position of a producer of the 48 Hours and CBS Early Show. He then moved to the cable network Trio, where he got a position of vice president of original programming.

His cable network later bought Bravo, and Cohen started working for the Bravo Channel in 2004.

Cohen often appears on the View and on Today. Most of his income comes from appearing on different TV shows and interviews. He was often assigned a position of co-host in many popular shows like Anderson live hosted by Anderson Cooper.

Andy also started his book imprint called Andy Cohen Books and few book titles were released under his name. Book called Most Talkative: Stories from the front lines of pop culture has been the highest seller up till now.

Andy often publishes stories on his blog on where he gives his insight into the show business culture and current burning issues.

He hosts his radio show RadioAndy on SiriusXM. In 2016 he joined Anderson Cooper in a tour across America to raise money for the Orlando massacre.

Cohen currently hosts a show called Watch what happens next on Bravo where he often has famous guests. His current position on the Bravo network is a position of Executive Vice President of Original Programming and he helps in production of many shows and other TV content within the channel station.

Andy’s work has also been acknowledged by the public and critics in 2005, when he won a Peabody Award for his work on the documentary The N-word. Another acknowledgment was given to Andy in 2010 when he was awarded an Emmy for his producing of the show called Top Chef.

He became a major part of Bravo network and under his influence the network became one of the biggest cable networks around. The show he hosts offers a chance for the viewers to call in or tweet and leave comments during the show, so that they all have a possibility to really participate in the making of the show.

Private life

Andy came out as a gay man few years earlier. He hasn’t been hiding his sexuality but he never discussed it live for everyone to hear. His first public discussion of his sexuality was on the Anderson Cooper show where he talked about being gay in front of the live audience.

In 2013 he decided to decline the invitation to co-host the Miss Universe pageant that was located in Russia. Andy stated that he refused to participate and even travel to Russia because of the recent anti-gay law that became public in this state.

Andy is single but he was connected to many famous names throughout the years. He claims that his first ever crush was Erik Estrada.

Because of his hard work and talent we will surely see more from Andy in the future.

Quick summary:

Full Name: Andrew Joseph Cohen

Date of Birth: June 2, 1968

Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Age: 48 years

Profession: TV host, author, TV personality, producer

Height: 1.75 m

Weight: 62 kg

Net worth: 15$ million