Kinsey Schofield

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Kinsey Schofield
Born Kinsey Lea Schofield
(1985-03-27) March 27, 1985 (age 32)
Austin, Texas, U.S.
Residence Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.
Occupation Journalist and writer and former social media consultant and television personality
Notable credit(s) Party Monsters Cabo (2nd place)
Television KSAZ-TV
KNXV-TV (2016–present)
Parent(s) Kim and Michael Schofield

Kinsey Lea Schofield (born March 27, 1985) is an American journalist and writer and former social media consultant and television personality. She was a contestant on E! Television's Party Monsters Cabo reality show. She was also a "Ghost Blogger",[1] working social media sites for various celebrities, as well as helping create online presence for clients.

Biography[edit]

Schofield was born in Austin, Texas to Michael and Kim Schofield. She is the oldest of three, with two brothers Reece and Greyson. The family moved around from Texas to Oklahoma and Arkansas before settling in Arizona. Due to the constant moving Schofield was home schooled from fourth grade through the end of high school.[2]

Career[edit]

Writing[edit]

Schofield got her start writing for The AZ Weekly entertainment magazine and then at a large public relations firm in Scottsdale, Arizona. She had also written for the Examiner. She's blogged and Twittered for such well known people as Nick Cannon and Chris Moneymaker.[1] She wrote for Red Bull's China Shop magazine and had written for the Village Voice, Phoenix New Times, Las Vegas Weekly and Runway Beauty Magazine.[3] Schofield also contributed to Playboy's The Smoking Jacket website.[4][5]

Television[edit]

She was a contestant on the E! television reality show, Party Monsters Cabo,[6] where she competed against eight other aspiring event planners. Schofield eventually ended up losing on the final episode. She was a recurring guest on Fox News's Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld[7], occupying the leg chair. She had also made an appearance on Strategy Room with Jill Dobson, on Fox News. Schofield was an interviewer for Teen.com and AlloyTV. Schofield made a guest appearance on Fanboy Funhouse with Nar Williams.[8] Schofield had started appearing on Adam Carolla's Podcast filling in on the news and also appeared on Your World with Neil Cavuto.[9] She was a regular contributor to Nancy Grace on HLN regarding the Jodi Arias trial.[10][11]

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