Chelsea Handler

Regarded as one of the most successful figures in entertainment today, Chelsea Handler’s talk shows, best-selling books, and stand-up comedy have attracted millions of fans worldwide. After a successful eight-year run as the host of E1’s top-rated Chelsea Lately, Handler launched an all-new talk show for Netflix in May 2016. Chelsea, the first of its kind for the global on-demand generation, tackles today’s tough issues with the same acerbic wit and fearless curiosity you know and love.Read More

Handler travels around the world – braving an ice skating rink in Russia and wielding a Trump-shaped piñata through the streets of Mexico – and back again to Los Angeles, where she tapes in front of a live in-studio audience featuring celebrities, dignitaries, and surprise guests. From intimate dinner parties to viral PSAs to “explainer segments” that answer all the questions you’re too embarrassed to ask, she brings you thought-provoking, yet hilarious conversations about topics like international cultures, alternative lifestyles, education, health, sports, parenting, politics, and more.  A second season will be available for streaming globally on Friday, April 14th.

As the host of E!’s top-rated Chelsea Lately, Handler became the first female to break into the otherwise male-dominated late-night arena.  In 2014, Chelsea ended the show after a successful eight-year run in order to pursue other interests, or, in her words, “get a real job.”

Handler can also be seen in Chelsea Does, a Netflix Documentary Series directed by Academy Award and Emmy-nominated Eddie Schmidt and executive produced by Schmidt, Academy Award and Emmy-winning Morgan Neville  (20 Feet From Stardom), and Handler.  In each of the four revealing, relevant, funny and introspective films, Handler explores a range of subjects of personal and universal curiosity, from marriage to drugs, to racism and Silicon Valley.

Handler’s five best-selling books include My Horizontal Life (2005), Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea (2008), Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang (2010), Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me (2011), and 2014’s Uganda Be Killing Me, her fourth nonfiction title to debut at No. 1 on The New York Times Best-Seller List. In support of the release, Handler embarked on a sold-out global tour, and in October 2014, a stand-up comedy performance based on the tour, Uganda Be Killing Me Live, premiered exclusively on Netflix.

Handler has been honored by TIME magazine as one of its annual “TIME 100”; Glamour magazine as one of its 2011 Women of the Year; and the Human Rights Campaign, which gave her its Ally for Equality Award in 2009. Handler’s wide appeal and multiplatform success have been highlighted by publications all over the world.

A native of New Jersey, Chelsea currently resides in Los Angeles.

José Andrés

Named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People” and “Outstanding Chef” by the James Beard Foundation, José Andrés is an internationally-recognized culinary innovator, author, educator, television personality, humanitarian and chef/owner of ThinkFoodGroup. A pioneer of Spanish tapas in the United States, he is known for his avant-garde cuisine and his award-winning group of 27 restaurants throughout the country and beyond. His innovative minibar by José Andrés earned two Michelin stars in 2016 and with that, José is the only chef globally that has both a two-star Michelin restaurant and four Bib Gourmands. Andrés’ work has earned numerous awards including the 2015 National Humanities Medal, one of 12 distinguished recipients of the award from the National Endowment for the Humanities.