Birth Name: Andy Cohen
Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Born in St. Louis, MO, Andy Cohen graduated from Boston University where he received a BA degree in broadcast journalism. He spent 10 years at CBS News, where he produced entertainment segments. Cohen also produced news features for the network's "48 Hours" (1988- ) and "CBS This Morning" (1987-1999), from the Oklahoma City bombing, to Hurricane Andrew, to the crash of TWA Flight 800. Cohen received his first feature film credit as co-producer of the 1995 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen comedy vehicle "It Takes Two." In July 2000, Cohen became Vice President of Original Programming for the cable network TRIO, where he developed original productions such as the critically praised documentary "Gay ...
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