Imogen Lloyd Webber is a British broadcaster and writer who now lives in New York City. She was educated at Girton College, Cambridge University, where she read history, specialising in the role of intelligence agencies in international relations. News Editor at Broadway.com, Imogen is currently penning an entertaining current affairs book for the renowned Michael Flamini at St. Martin’s Press, which will be published in spring 2016.

In America, Imogen’s work as a “pundit” has seen her make countless appearances on air commentating on everything from Ebola to entertainment, with an encyclopedic knowledge of the Royal Family and the Great White Way. A former MSNBC Contributor and permanent panellist/editorialist for The Dylan Ratigan Show, she still makes appearances on the network along with CNN, HLN and Fox News, including segments for The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Fox & Friends, Studio B, America Live, America’s Newsroom, Cashin’ In and Redeye. She also frequently features on the Fox Business Network on shows including Imus (where she was a panellist for “Hollywood & Vine”), Varney & Co., Lou Dobbs Tonight, Money with Melissa Francis and Cavuto. Additionally she’s a Special Correspondent for EXTRA. Other US radio and TV appearances include 20/20 (ABC), MTV, Access Hollywood (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), The Morning Show (Fox), Viewpoint (Current), Theater Talk (PBS) and assorted shows across the Sirius radio network. In the UK she has made numerous TV appearances including BBC Breakfast, Sky News, Live With… (Channel 5), Deadline (ITV) and GMTV, along with many radio interviews.

Imogen is the author of the non-fiction The Single Girl’s Guide, which has been published around the world including the UK, USA, Australia, Russia, Germany, Italy and China. An updated American version of the book was released on Valentine’s Day 2011 and a new version was released in the UK in 2013. The Guide has been optioned by the producer Lloyd Levin (United 93, The Watchmen, Boogie Nights) and Imogen has adapted it for him into a screenplay. Her novel, The Twitter Diaries: A Tale of 2 Cities, 1 Friendship, 140 characters, co-written with Georgie Thompson, was released digitally by Bloomsbury Publishing in May 2012, where it became an immediate bestseller and was subsequently published in paperback form in the UK, US and Canada. 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.

Imogen solely produced the original play, Touched… For The Very First Time, starring Sadie Frost, which had an acclaimed run in London’s West End in 2009.