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Bill Boggs    

Emmy Award-Winning TV Host

WHAT four-time Emmy Award-winning TV host has been a major figure in the lifestyle, food, travel, consumer, sports, news, and celebrity reporting arenas for more than 25 years? Bill Boggs. As host of the New York based Midday Live with Bill Boggs and Weekend Today In New York, Bill has interviewed many of the most notable personalities of our time - including cultural icons, presidents, international leaders, writers, athletes, celebrity chefs, and food critics – not to mention a movie star or two!

Boggs is the host and creator of Home Cooked Classics. He's also currently serving as the energetic on stage force behind Simon Super Chefs Live, a 24-city culinary food and wine show presented around the country in Simon Malls. He pioneered the first-ever national restaurant review show, TV Diners on Food Network. He’s interviewed notable guests on CNBC's Let's Talk Stock and also on Historic Traveler and Freeze Frame (on the Travel Channel).

In 2003, Boggs debuted in his acclaimed one-man Off Broadway show, "Talk Show Confidential", now playing at the Triad Theater in NYC. It’s the first theatrical production of its kind, dealing with the alternately bizarre and inspiring world of talk shows. And it offers everything from celeb gossip to inspirational personal stories. He is a featured columnist for "The Good Life Magazine", "Crush Magazine" and Black Tie International Magazine and has written several pieces for The "New York Times". He is the author of the book, "WHAT IT TAKES", based on his interviews with leaders in their fields, published by HARPERCOLLINS in the spring of 2007.

Boggs has always displayed unique versatility, illustrated by his high energy roles as a game show host for CBS, a news anchor for WNBC-TV on Weekend Today in New York, and as host and executive producer of the syndicated FOX-TV series, Comedy Tonight. Boggs also played a major role in consulting on and developing a number of successful TV networks and series including the creation of COURT TV (as the network's first executive producer) and the ground breaking Morton Downey Jr. Show (as executive producer).

In spring 2001, Boggs took to the New York stage, winning acclaim for his singing and story telling in the Off Broadway hit, Our Sinatra. Bill is truly at home on the stage and is a sought-after motivational speaker and master of ceremonies. Boggs has appeared as himself in several movies and television series, including: Trading Places, The Lemon Sisters, Eyes of Laura Mars, OZ, The Dave Chappelle Show, As The World Turns, Spin City, Miami Vice, etc.

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