Christopher Lowell

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Christopher Lowell (born Richard Lowell Madden; November 6, 1955) is an interior decorator and television personality. He is best known for hosting the television shows Interior Motives and The Christopher Lowell Show. He won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2000 for his work on the latter program.

Beyond his hosting duties, Lowell has also achieved some prominence by appearing on Hollywood Squares and as a member of the California Boys' Choir. He currently has a line of desk accessories and furniture at Office Depot.

In 2008, Lowell hosted a series on Fine Living channel called Work That Room.


  • Interior Motives with Christopher Lowell (1997) – TV series, as host
  • The Christopher Lowell Show (1999-2003) – as host (also known as It's Christopher Lowell)
  • The Wall to Wall Show (2005) – as host
  • You Can Do It (2006) – home decorating series, as host
  • Work That Room – home decorating series, as host
  • The Martin Short Show (1999, 1 episode) – as himself
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2001, 1 episode) – as himself
  • Monster Garage (1 episode) – as himself
  • Hollywood Squares (2002, 5 episodes) – as himself
  • The Wall to Wall Show (2005, 10 episodes) – as himself
  • I Love the '90s: Part Deux (2005) – as himself

Personal life[edit]

Lowell is gay. On his blog, he calls himself "one of the very first gay men ever to host a daily national television show" although this claim has not been verified.[1]


  1. ^ Lowell, Christopher (April 9, 2020). "MASKing the truth". (self). Retrieved January 30, 2021.

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