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Elizabeth Wagmeister

Elizabeth Wagmeister is Variety's senior correspondent, based in New York. Named onto Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019, she balances many roles as a broadcaster, investigative reporter, red carpet interviewer and writer. Elizabeth has established herself as a leading voice in entertainment news by breaking highly influential stories throughout the #MeToo movement and covering the Harvey Weinstein trial with daily reports from the courthouse. Elizabeth is one of the most recognizable industry experts across national and local TV with regular appearances on "Good Morning America," "Good Day LA," "Access Hollywood," Fox Business, "The Wendy Williams Show" and more where she represents the Variety brand. She co-hosted the nationally-syndicated newsmagazine "Page Six TV" for two seasons, and began her career at TV Guide Magazine, before joining Variety in 2014. Elizabeth graduated from UC Santa Barbara, and got her start with the prestigious American Society of Magazine Editors internship program.

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