28 Apr A Day In The Life | Catt Sadler
Catt Sadler is host for E! News and for E! News Weekend. She previously co-hosted the network’s ‘The Daily 10’. The Los Angeles Times named Catt Sadler one of the top 10 up-and-coming broadcasters in entertainment.
Born in Indiana, Catt graduated from Indiana University with a degree in journalism.
Before finishing college, Sadler was hired by WXIN, the Fox affiliate in Indianapolis to host the weekly segment “Youth Matters”. After appearing as an extra in a few VH1 spoofs in Hollywood, Sadler got her first broadcasting job as an entertainment reporter in San Francisco in 1997 at KBWB/KNTV in San Jose, California, for their entertainment news segments. For four years she hosted a nightly lifestyle segment called “The Bay Beat” and traveled frequently to Los Angeles and New York to conduct celebrity interviews.
In 2010, Sadler joined the extended hour-long E! News show with Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic. She also serves as host of several E! Live from the Red Carpet events, covering the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmys, and more.
Catt Sadler first appeared in the movie Hoosiers at the age of 11. She continued acting in L.A., playing herself in Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, and appeared on General Hospital and Night Shift. She also starred in the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus music video, “You Better Pray”, playing the dancing librarian.
Sadler is the international spokesperson for the Women Like Us Foundation – an organization her mother co-created after writing a book of the same name. She is also executive producer of the upcoming Dream On Productions documentary Women Like Us.
She cites Oprah as one of the main reasons she got into broadcasting, and Catt finally had a chance to interview her after the Academy Awards in 2015.
WOULD MOST LIKE TO INTERVIEW
Brad Pitt. “He may not even have to talk. I’d be happy just to sit and stare at him.”
A DAY IN THE LIFE
APRIL 2015, E! News Studio, Los Angeles
11am. Catt: “Dressing Room First – Looking over the days stories to check what news is happening in the entertainment world. I then review our rundown for the first time to see what we are leading with and what stories I am personally attached to. After that, things happen very fast…”
Tracking – audio booth
2nd floor Newsroom
Noon Briefing with Executive Producer,
2nd floor Newsroom
Catt’s dressing room – lobby level
Studio A – Lobby Level