Cooper Lawrence is an accomplished radio veteran grabbing headlines and boosting ratings in radio for almost twenty years.
As a multiple Gracie Award winner, she, most recently, took 106.1 BLI to #1 hosting The Cooper Lawrence Show at mornings. Cooper knows that her listeners are always the most important part of her show. Well, them and her partner of 11 years, Anthony Michaels.
"I started at the top. First at Q104.3, then Z100, and at WOR producing The Joan Rivers Show ...plus a few years with Scott & Todd at WPLJ. But it was hosting my own syndicated show on 140 stations nationwide for more than six years (then later at NewsRadio 106.7), that I learned the real secret to amazing radio...It's all about the listener! Our listeners and their incredible stories are everything! I love them and am super grateful to every single one of them. They are my family."
Cooper can currently be seen on MTV's latest reboot of TRUE LIFE called, "True Life/NOW," giving advice to people who risk everything trying to become a Kardashian.
More famously, Cooper hosted a TV show on VH1 with Scott Baio and Jason Hervey called Confessions of a Teen Idol. She was an original cast member on Dish Nation and worked for two years on The Tyra Show as the show's relationship expert.
You've also seen Cooper on Entertainment Tonight, Inside Edition, Showbiz Tonight, HLN, CBS, The Today Show, CNN, The O'Reilly Factor, Your World with NeilCavuto, Hannity, Fox & Friends, The Insider, CBS Evening News, ABC’s 20/20, Good Day New York, Dr. Drew, plus VH1 and E! Entertainment specials.
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Cooper is a prolific author with a Ph.D in Psychology. Her sixth book is The Yoga Club, (Simon & Shuster's Gallery Books).
Previous books include, the best-seller The Cult of Celebrity: What our Fascination with the Stars Reveals About Us, The Cult of Perfection: Making Peace with Your Inner Overachiever; The Fixer Upper Man: Turn Mr. Maybe Into Mr. Right; Been There, Done That, Kept the Jewelry; and CosmoGIRL's All About Guys.
She's quoted in dozens of articles and you can catch her jokes in Us Weekly's Fashion Police.