Imogen Lloyd Webber is an author and Emmy Award-winning British broadcaster who has lived in New York City for eight years. Educated at Girton College, Cambridge University, where she read history, Imogen’s latest book, The Intelligent Conversationalist: 31 Cheat Sheets That Will Show You How to Talk to Anyone About Anything, Anytime, was published by St. Martin’s Press. She is currently an ABC News Contributor, PEOPLE Now‘s Royal Correspondent, a Broadway.com Contributor, VP at Concord Music and writing a new book on the Royal Family.
A former MSNBC Contributor and Fox News regular, Imogen has made hundreds of appearances on air in America, recently winning a New York Emmy Award for Special Event Coverage for Broadway.com Presents at the Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber, which is syndicated on CBS across the U.S. She has received three further New York Emmy Award nominations for the 2016 and 2017 incarnations of the show, including for Program Host/Moderator. Broadway.com Presents at the Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber returned on CBS in June 2018. Previously a Special Correspondent for EXTRA and permanent panellist for Imus in the Morning, she has also been seen on NBC’s The Today Show and done multiple “hits” for CNN, HLN, MTV, PBS and Sirius. In the U.K. she’s cropped up on the BBC, ITV, Channel 5 and Sky News.
Imogen is additionally the author of the much-reprinted, non-fiction, The Single Girl’s Guide, which has been published around the world in 13 languages; she is proudest of the Russian, Chinese and Turkish versions (although the British and American ones were obviously lovely). Bloomsbury Publishing released her best-selling novel, The Twitter Diaries: A Tale of 2 Cities, 1 Friendship, 140 characters, co-authored with Georgie Thompson. Imogen’s freelance writing has been for publications as diverse as The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, The Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, Jane and Scarlet Magazine. She was Senior Editor at Broadway.com from September 2013 through December 2016.
Imogen solely produced Zoe Lewis’ original play, Touched… For The Very First Time, starring Sadie Frost, which played an acclaimed limited engagement in London’s West End in 2009.