Carrie Keagan, who made her splashy debut online, has become one of television’s most sought after personalities. Keagan most recently hosted and produced VH1’s daily morning talk show, Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan. She also launched the show’s weekly counterpart, Big Evening Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan. Both shows covered everything from mainstream headlines to under-the-radar discoveries in film, music, fashion, television and the Web. Keagan brought her trademark fresh and fearless approach to over 400 episodes of Big Morning Buzz Live, playfully dubbed “the morning show for people who hate mornings.”
As the anchor, writer and producer for NO GOOD TV, Keagan has well over 7,000 interviews to her credit, including an impressive list of exclusive and uncensored sit-downs with some of the biggest celebrities on the planet, garnering her a giant fan base with over ONE BILLION views online.
Previously, she hosted Mob Wives: The Sit Down, a post show for the highest rated show on VH1, Mob Wives, as well as hosting Mark Burnett’s, Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp for VH1 Classic and is a frequent panelist on Red Eye for Fox News and Showbiz Tonight. She produced and hosted two seasons of VH1 Classic’s “One Hit Wonders” which was the highest rated series ever shown on the network.
Similarly, Carrie’s 10 appearances as co-host of G4’s “Attack of the Show” were the 10 highest rated episodes in that show’s history. She has appeared on the couches of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Wendy Williams Show, The Talk, Rachael Ray, Chelsea Lately, Maury and Joy Behar; and has co-hosted the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Red Carpet, Spike TV Video Game Awards, VH1 Divas and The Daily 10 (E!) as well as the VH1’s Pepsi Super Bowl FanJam and GRAMMY Night Live. She has also co-anchored live Emmy, Oscar and Golden Globe red carpet coverage for TV Guide Network.
Keagan’s acting credits include a recurring role in the Comedy Central series Reno 911! and cameos in the films Superbad and The Hangover. Other film credits include Universal’s “American Pie: Book of Love” and Smokin’ Aces: Assassin’s Ball.” Currently, she’s a producer on the feature film “The Truth About You” slated for release in 2014.
Carrie slits her time between New York City and Los Angeles and is a stern advocate for the American Humane Society.