Mandy Stadtmiller

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Mandy Stadtmiller
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Mandy Stadtmiller
Born (1975-10-24) October 24, 1975 (age 39)
Occupation Journalist and Comedian
Website
http://mandystadtmiller.com/

Mandy Stadtmiller (born October 24, 1975) is the deputy editor of xoJane and a host of the comedy podcast "News Whore." She is also known for her dating column in the New York Post, called “About Last Night.” Her other Post-published exploits include a visit to Nevada’s first male prostitute and a controversial "Cheat Sheet".

Her TV appearances include The Insider, Howard Stern TV, Fuse network’s “10 Great Reasons,” Fox’s Good Day New York, and VH1’s “Rockumentaries.”

She has also written for The Washington Post, Playgirl, The Village Voice, The Los Angeles Times, The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, The Des Moines Register, and Match.com.

She is a frequent contributor to HuffPost Live.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Stadtmiller is the basis for the main female character in the novel, The Biology of Luck, and the forthcoming film based upon the book.[8][9]

Early life[edit]

Stadtmiller was born in San Diego in 1975 to Patricia and Jerry Stadtmiller, an ex-Marine and Vietnam veteran. She attended The University of San Diego High School in California. In 1997, she received her bachelor's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

Career[edit]

In August 2006, Stadtmiller was groped and bitten by actor/comedian Andy Dick during an interview following his appearance on the Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner. She wrote about the incident for Page Six of The New York Post.[10] Dick claimed that Stadtmiller “slanted” the incident.[11]

In 2010, she went undercover as a client to hire the nation’s first legal male prostitute, who worked at the Shady Lady Ranch.[12] The article received notable attention from such media outlets as The Colbert Report and The Joy Behar Show.

According to her Twitter account, in February 2012 Stadtmiller quit The New York Post[13] She is a frequent contributor to the gossip pages of Page Six.

Stadtmiller is currently the Deputy Editor of Jane Pratt's site xoJane.[14] She has been there since September 2012.

Since working at xoJane, Stadtmiller has been profiled twice on The New York Observer,[15][16] as well as on Flavorwire[17] and The Rumpus.[18]

In 2014, she was named as one of the 25 "most shameless people on the Web" at SXSW, where she was featured on a panel with Jane Pratt, Kristina Wong and Issa Rae for "Fearlessly Funny: The Women Changing Digital Humor."

In 2006, Stadtmiller won first place in New York's Funniest Reporter Show[19] contest[20] in the New York City Underground Comedy Festival.[21] In October 2007, she became a semi-finalist in the search for New York's Funniest Stand-Up[22] a contest run by the New York Comedy Festival. She performs stand-up comedy throughout New York City at various clubs and venues.[23]

Largely known for her social media presence, Stadtmiller was the first verified Twitter user from the New York Post,[24] and frequently writes about using social media for networking, including how to boost one's Klout score. (Stadtmiller's Klout score is 82.)[25]

Stadtmiller currently hosts a podcast, with Graham Smith, on the RiotCast Network called News Whore. News Whore debuted at #22 in comedy podcasts on iTunes and has consistently remained in the top 100 since its launch in July.[26]

List of News Whore Episodes[edit]

Episode Interview Original Airdate
01 Colin Quinn July 2, 2013
02 Wayne Federman July 15, 2013
03 Sara Benincasa July 21, 2013
04 Jessica Delfino July 28, 2013
05 Taylor Negron August 5, 2013
06 Hannibal Buress August 11, 2013
07 Bonnie McFarlane August 19, 2013
08 Erin Carlson August 25, 2013
09 Lisa Ann September 1, 2013
10 Sara Schaefer September 9, 2013
11 Owen Benjamin September 16, 2013
12 H. Alan Scott September 23, 2013
13 Ben Gleib September 30, 2013
14 Stephen Falk October 7, 2013
15 Eddie Brill October 14, 2013
16 Warren Leight October 21, 2013
17 Kelly Shibari October 28, 2013
18 Charlie Todd November 4, 2013
19 Seka November 11, 2013
20 Benari Poulten November 18, 2013
21 Artie Lange November 24, 2013
22 Kyle Kinane December 2, 2013
23 Elizabeth Wurtzel December 7, 2013
24 J. Keith van Straaten December 15, 2013
25 Annie Lederman December 23, 2013
26 Jon Rineman December 30, 2013
27 Fred Armisen January 1, 2014
28 Michael Che January 12, 2014
29 Gary Gulman January 19, 2014
30 Marianne Garvey January 26, 2014
31 Lily Burana February 2, 2014
32 Liam McEneaney February 9, 2014
33 Jay Louis February 17, 2014
34 Maya Francis February 24, 2014
35 Eric Danville March 3, 2014
36 Jon Friedman March 10, 2014
37 Sam Roberts March 17, 2014
38 Belle Knox March 24, 2014
39 Kristina Wong March 31, 2014
40 Anna Breslaw April 7, 2014
41 Michael Malice April 14, 2014
42 Melissa Stetten April 21, 2014
43 Kurt Metzger April 27, 2014
44 Belle Knox 2 May 5, 2014
45 Donal Logue May 11, 2014
46 Brooke van Poppelen May 19, 2014
47 Jim Florentine May 26, 2014
48 Jerry O'Connell June 1, 2014
49 Morgan Murphy June 8, 2014
50 Dan Powell June 16, 2014
51 Christian Finnegan June 23, 2014
52 Mark Ebner June 30, 2014
53 Jacqueline Novak July 7, 2014
54 Myka Fox July 14, 2014
55 Mike Sacks July 20, 2014
56 Jim Norton July 28, 2014
57 Rory Albanese August 3, 2014
58 Colin Quinn 2 August 10, 2014
59 Dave Hill August 17, 2014
60 Pia Glenn August 25, 2014
61 Lisa Ann 2 September 1, 2014
62 Bailey Jay September 8, 2014
63 Todd Barry September 14, 2014

Television appearances[edit]

Radio show appearances[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/archive/segment/512c2db778c90a16c00010b2
  2. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/archive/segment/512c2de178c90a16c0001196
  3. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/dick-pic-etiquette/51f166f702a7607c5b000464
  4. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/these-are-the-boundaries-you-should-have-online/5231ef112b8c2a45010006f0
  5. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/is-that-thong-tha-thong-thong-thong-unhealthy/525d6d1502a76071490000a0
  6. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/instant-take-home-do-it-yourself-std-test/5266e28b2b8c2a121f000129
  7. ^ http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/third-metric-bad-habits/5277d7ed78c90a09890004d4
  8. ^ Press, Dec. 6 2014
  9. ^ The Writer, October 2013
  10. ^ "Comic's Worst Gross-Out Ever". Nypost.com. August 16, 2006. 
  11. ^ "What Makes Andy Dick Tick?". Washingtonpost.com. October 8, 2006. 
  12. ^ Stadtmiller, Mandy (February 2, 2010). "My night with a prosti-dude". New York Post. Retrieved 2010-02-11. 
  13. ^ Stadtmiller, Mandy (2012-02-06). "Did I mention I quit @newyorkpost? It's true...". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2012-02-06. 
  14. ^ http://www.xojane.com/author/Mandy
  15. ^ http://observer.com/2012/09/the-mandy-show-mandy-stadtmiller-spills-on-memoir-xojane-and-a-reality-show/
  16. ^ http://observer.com/2013/04/gross-encounters-of-the-mandy-stadtmiller-kind/
  17. ^ http://flavorwire.com/388823/in-defense-of-mandy-stadtmiller-why-internet-oversharing-isnt-just-xojanes-problem/
  18. ^ http://therumpus.net/2013/11/the-rumpus-interview-with-mandy-stadtmiller/
  19. ^ by Administrator (2011-08-02). "nyfunniestreporter.com". nyfunniestreporter.com. Retrieved 2012-06-09. 
  20. ^ "2006 New York's Funniest Reporters". nyfunniestreporter.com. Retrieved 2010-02-19. 
  21. ^ "nyucf.com". nyucf.com. Retrieved 2012-06-09. 
  22. ^ [1][dead link]
  23. ^ http://www.pushcreative.tv/mandy_stadtmiller.php
  24. ^ http://www.xojane.com/tech/how-to-get-verified-on-twitter
  25. ^ http://www.xojane.com/relationships/cant-find-a-job
  26. ^ a b http://www.xojane.com/entertainment/how-to-podcast
  27. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1136621/
  28. ^ http://www.xojane.com/entertainment/how-to-prepare-for-doing-a-tv-appearance-and-hey-check-me-out-on-20-20-tonight

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