Brian Corsetti

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Brian Corsetti
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Born Brian Stephen Corsetti
St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Television personality, & Producer
Years active 2003–present
Website www.briancorsetti.com

Brian Stephen Corsetti is an American television personality, and producer.[1]

Early and personal life[edit]

Brian Corsetti grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida and graduated from Hunter College in New York City.[2] While attending college he started his career working for the Ron and Fez radio show at WNEW in New York City (2002 - 2003). He also appeared on The Opie and Anthony Show in 2003, and later served alongside music producer Matt Serletic at Virgin Records, in New York City and London.

Career[edit]

After graduation he was part of a start-up called Vita-Coco where he used his public speaking skills as Vice President of West Coast Sales. There he developed a nack for business development, creative branding, and entrepreneurship. After 3 years of successfully building the coconut water brand he was asked to be part of another start up team at a boutique marketing company working with Fortune 50 company's like GAP, Motorola, and Nintendo.

Using his experiential marketing skills he went on to produce, host, and package TV shows. His first was The Dew Report, hosting a six episode extreme sports show where he traveled across the country in search for the ultimate extreme sport. He then had his own show on the DIY Network called Garage Mahal where he, along with co-host pro wrestler Bill Goldberg, transform ordinary garages.[3] Following that, he hosted The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Behind the Scene Coverage on CBS which won him multiple awards.[4]

In 2010 Brian appeared alongside Alec Baldwin, John O'Hurley, and Robert Kennedy Jr., when he hosted A Celebrity Sports Invitational in Banff, Canada, and one in Jamaica for NBC.[5] In 2011, he acted as an executive producer, and television host in the FOX Sports show The Great Ride, where he traveled around the US in search of the ultimate motorcycle ride.[6]

Other shows include Hollyscoop on FOX [7] and "ENTV", an entertainment show, for ION Television, Yahoo, and AOL, and the nationally syndicated show THE LIST.

He won an Emmy for his talent on the E. W. Scripps Company owned show THE LIST in 2016. [8]

In 2017 he won his second Emmy Award as best TV Host in a syndicated series for E. W. Scripps Company [9]

That same year he launched a car brand called Corsetti Cruisers, where just for fun he restores classic 60 series Toyota Land Cruiser trucks. [10]

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