Catt Sadler

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Catt Sadler
Photo of Catt Sadler at home.jpg
Catt at home in Los Angeles, CA
Born Catherine Sadler
(1975-08-25) August 25, 1975 (age 38)
Martinsville, Indiana
Other names Catt Sadler
Occupation Television personality, actress and journalist
Years active 1999–present
Spouse(s) Kyle Boyd 2000-2008
Rhys David Thomas 2011-
Children 2 sons with Boyd

Catt Sadler (born August 21, 1975 in Martinsville, Indiana, U.S.) is a correspondent and co-anchor for E! News Weekend.[1] She previously co-hosted the network's The Daily Ten before its cancellation. The Los Angeles Times named Catt Sadler one of the top 10 up-and-coming broadcasters in entertainment.[2]

Early life[edit]

Sadler was born in Martinsville, Indiana.[3] She has a brother and sister.

Sadler first appeared in the movie Hoosiers at the age of 11. She graduated from Martinsville High and Indiana University with a degree in journalism.

Career[edit]

Before finishing college, Sadler was hired by WXIN, the Fox affiliate in Indianapolis to host the weekly segment “Youth Matters.” After working in local news for about a year, she moved to California to advance her career.

After appearing as an extra in a few VH1 spoofs in Hollywood, Sadler got her first broadcasting job as an entertainment reporter in San Francisco in 1997 at KBWB/KNTV in San Jose, California for their entertainment news segments.[2] For four years she hosted a nightly lifestyle segment called "The Bay Beat" and traveled frequently to Los Angeles and New York to conduct celebrity interviews.

In 2001, she married her college boyfriend, Kyle Boyd, and they had their first son. The family moved back to Indiana where she returned to WXIN to co-anchor the station's morning newscast. She also hosted the Hoosier Lottery’s Hoosier Millionaire show, which became the longest-running syndicated lottery game show in the country. During this time, she also served as the official emcee for the NBA's Indiana Pacers for the 2003-04 season. In 2005, Sadler gave birth to her second son. Sadler and her family returned to Los Angeles in 2006 when she was named host of The Daily 10 on E! alongside Sal Masekela and Debbie Matenopoulos.

Sadler continued acting in L.A. She played herself in Judd Apatow's Knocked Up, and appeared on General Hospital and Night Shift.[disambiguation needed] She also starred in the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus music video, “You Better Pray”, playing the dancing librarian.

In 2010 Sadler joined the extended hour-long E! News show with Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic. She also serves as host of several E! Live from the Red Carpet events, covering the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmys, and more.[2]

Charity work[edit]

Sadler is the international spokesperson for the Women Like Us Foundation,[4] an organization her mother co-created after writing a book of the same name. In 2010, Sadler founded a local chapter – Women Like Us Hollywood.[5] WLUH is dedicated to empowering at-risk school girls in inner city Los Angeles. Sadler serves as president.

Personal life[edit]

Sadler married her college sweetheart[6] fashion executive Kyle Boyd[7] in 2001.
They had sons Austin(2001) and Arion(2005).[8][9] They divorced in 2008.[10][11]

Sadler met Brett Jacobson over Memorial Day 2009 after separately attending the Indianapolis 500. Just five months later in October they were engaged;[12] but one week later ended their engagement but continued dating.[13]

Sadler eloped to British film producer Rhys David Thomas in December 2011.[14][14][15] .[16]

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