Senior Correspondent, Variety & Co-Host of Page Six TV
University of California at Santa Barbara ‘12
Former Founding Campus Correspondent, Her Campus at UCSB
Elizabeth Wagmeister is an award-winning entertainment journalist. She is senior correspondent at “Variety” and co-host of the entertainment news show “Page Six TV," which airs five nights per week in national syndication.
Named onto Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019, Elizabeth is one of the leading journalistic voices of the Me Too movement, breaking the Matt Lauer story, and reporting on Tom Brokaw, Harvey Weinstein and R. Kelly.
After leading her university's Her Campus Chapter at UCSB, she got her start at TV Guide Magazine where she rose the ranks from assistant to the editor-in-chief to red carpet reporter and writer. She then moved to Bonnie Fuller's HollywoodLife.com where, at 23 years old, she lead the site's entertainment vertical for over 30 million monthly readers. She was hired by Variety in 2014 as a reporter in LA and moved to their NYC offices when she cast on "Page Six TV" in 2017.
Elizabeth appears regularly on "The Talk," "The Wendy Williams Show," "Good Morning America," "Today," "Access Hollywood," Fox News, CNN and more.