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Andy Cohen Net Worth: $50M

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Who Is Andy Cohen?

Andy Cohen is an American TV executive and his net worth is $50M.

Andy is a TV executive, media host and blogger for Bravo.

The Early Years

Andy was born in St. Louis, Missouri to Evelyn and Lou Cohen. He has a sister, Emily Rosenfeld.

He is Jewish, with roots in Poland, Russia, and Lithuania. Cohen graduated from Clayton High School in 1986. 

He is a graduate of Boston University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism.

Cohen wrote for the Boston University student newspaper, The Daily Free Press. He later interned at CBS News alongside Julie Chen, who was also working as an intern.


One of his first jobs in television was as an intern at CBS News, working alongside fellow intern Julie Chen.

Cohen spent ten years at CBS. He eventually rose to become a senior producer for CBS’s “The Early Show.” He also helped produce “48 Hours.”

In 2000 Andy left CBS to become the VP of programming for the cable channel Trio.

Five years later he was hired by Bravo to help revamp the network into the reality behemoth it is today.

Andy Cohen served as the Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development for the television network Bravo.

In the summer of 2009, Cohen began hosting a talk show that aired weekdays at midnight called Watch What Happens Live.

He resigned from the position in 2013 but continued to host “Watch What Happens Live” and write a popular blog that can be found on

In 2013, Cohen declined to co-host the Miss Universe pageant in Russia due to the country’s stance on anti-gay laws. Previously, he hosted Miss USA 2011, 2012, and 2013 and Miss Universe 2011 and 2012.

In November 2014, Cohen published his second memoir, The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year, inspired by the similarly titled The Andy Warhol Diaries.

The book spans a year long of journal entries beginning in September 2013. The Andy Cohen Diaries became a Times Best Seller in the Combined Print & E-Book Nonfiction category.

Cohen and Anderson Cooper announced that they would be going on a national tour to perform their conversational stage show AC2 beginning in March 2015.

The tour opened in Boston, followed by Miami Beach, Chicago and Atlanta. The idea for the show came about after Cooper interviewed Cohen about his then-latest book, The Andy Cohen Diaries, at an event at the 92nd Street Y in New York City.

Since then, the two-man show has continued to tour reaching over 50 cities as of October 2018.

On December 31, 2015, Cohen hosted a one-off live edition of Hollywood Game Night (New Year’s Eve Game Night), and co-hosted New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly, for NBC.

In 2016, the publisher Henry Holt and Company announced it was launching the imprint Andy Cohen Books.

Cohen’s third memoir Superficial: More Adventures From the Andy Cohen Diaries was published in November 2016.

A sequel to The Andy Cohen Diaries, the book covers diary entries for the subsequent two years. Superficial became a Times Best Seller among books written by celebrities.

In January 2017, Fox ordered a revival of Love Connection hosted by Cohen. The hour-long game show premiered on May 25. The same month, Cohen played himself on the Netflix series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

In August 2017, Fox announced that it would renew Love Connection for a second season. Later that year, Cohen succeeded Kathy Griffin as co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage alongside Cooper.

In 2018, Cohen played himself on the show Riverdale as a friend of the Lodge family. He made a March 2018 appearance as a guest judge in an episode of the VH1 reality-television series RuPaul’s Drag Race

In December 2018 and 2020, he again co-hosted CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper.

Real Estate

Andy’s first real estate purchase occurred in 2003 when he paid an undisclosed amount for a unit in a West Village building located at 2 Horatio Street.

Over the years he eventually bought three additional units in the same building and was able to combine them into one contiguous spread.

Today the West Village apartment is likely worth $6-8 million. In March 2019 Andy purchased a half-acre oceanfront (125 feet of ocean frontage) lot in the Hamptons community of Amagansett for $5.4 million.

The lot’s asking price had been $6 million and had at one point been $7.3 million.

Top 5 Andy Cohen Quotes

The Internet is for haters. Everyone wants to knock somebody down, but it’s cool. Andy Cohen

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I’m big on being positive. I’m generally so positive and happy. I just always felt that I was exactly where I wanted to be. And things have continued to go in great directions. Andy Cohen

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When I was a 21-year-old intern at CBS, I was told I had crossed eyes and shouldn’t try to be on air. That’s when I decided I was going to be behind the scenes. Andy Cohen

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The one guiding principle over my 23-year career in TV has been as long as I’m having fun, I really don’t care what the job title is. Andy Cohen

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Follow your passion. Be yourself, but check yourself before you wreck yourself. Andy Cohen

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Andy Cohen is an American TV executive and his net worth stands at $50M.

He is most well known for being a TV host and executive of Bravo.

As of 2021, Andy Cohen’s net worth is $50M.

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