Julie Chen's Biography
Julie Chen was born on 6 January 1970 in Queens, New York. She was the youngest daughter of Chinese immigrants.
She graduated from the University of Southern California in 1991 with a degree in broadcast journalism and English, and then embarked on her career in television.
Julie Chen is the host of the reality TV series Big Brother in the USA and has been the anchor of The Early Show since October 2002, when it started its four-anchor format.
Somehow, Julie Chen managed to cover both roles in spite of the marathon weekly commute to Los Angeles to host Big Brother.
Julie Chen has had a long association with The Early Show having previously served as News Anchor and anchored CBS Morning News, the early-morning, half-hour broadcast, that was the precursor to The Early Show.
Julie Chen is married to the president of CBS, Leslie Moonves.
In April 2009, she revealed that she was expecting her first child.
In July 2010, Entertainment Weekly reported that CBS had ordered a new daytime talk show co-hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini, and Marissa Jaret Winokur for the autumn season.
In 2018, she wrote a children's book, When I Grow Up.
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