Michiel Vos

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Michiel Vos
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Michiel Vos in 2008
Born (1970-12-19) December 19, 1970 (age 46)
Groningen, Netherlands
Occupation Journalist, lawyer, producer
Years active 2000–Current
Spouse(s) Alexandra Pelosi (m. 2005)
Children 2 children

Michiel Vos (born December 19, 1970) is a Dutch-American journalist, lawyer, jurist and United States correspondent. He is married to filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, daughter of former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi. The couple have two children.

Vos hosts a Dutch/Belgian TV series called My America about his experiences as a European living in America. He regularly appears on Dutch and Belgian television and radio commenting on American political affairs and news as well as on his experiences in the USA. He had a weekly spot on the Radio 538 show Ruuddewild.nl. He works for EenVandaag, Goedemorgen Nederland and several others. In 2006 he appeared irregularly as American correspondent for the late-night talk show Barend & Van Dorp. He also works for the broadcasting station VPRO, as a presenter for special film nights. They live in Manhattan, New York City but are often seen together on the road working for HBO. Vos worked as producer on Pelosi's films: The Trials of Ted Haggard, Right America: Feeling Wronged, and Friends of God. Vos is a nephew of Philip Kaufman.

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