Brandi Williams
Birth Date:
October 5, 1982
Birth Place:
Detroit, Michigan, USA
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Brandi Williams is an American television host and actress. Starting out as an entertainment reporter in Las Vegas, she has since hosted television shows like “New Year's Eve Live from Times Square with Ryan Seacrest” (2004), “The Ultimate Poker Challenge” (2004), “Toughest Cowboy” (2009) and become a co-anchor on “The Daily Buzz” (2010-2011). Williams starred in the 2007 comedy film “Pretty Cool Too.”   

Monongahela Girl

Childhood and Family:

Brandi Lyn Williams was born on February 13, 1983, in Monongahela, Pennsylvania.

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Brandi Williams made her debut on television when she worked as an entertainment reporter in Las Vegas. She continued to become a host on “America's Party: Live from Las Vegas” (2003) and the TV special “New Year's Eve Live from Times Square with Ryan Seacrest,” aired on Fox on December 31, 2004. More hosting gigs ensued, including with celebrities like Alan Thicke and Donny Osmond.

Williams hosted the television show “The Ultimate Poker Challenge” (2004), with Chad Brown, and served as field correspondent on the reality television series “Cash Poker” (2007), hosted by Brian Mollica. In 2007, Williams made her feature film acting debut opposite Eric Fagundes and Valerie Carpenter in “Pretty Cool Too,” a comedy/romance flick directed and written by Rolfe Kanefsky. There she played the important role of Genie.

Along with Cris Judd, Williams hosted an infomercial for the “Ballroom Dance Like a Star” DVDs in 2008. She went on to become co- hostess of an infomercial for the Emjoi “Roto Shave” electric razor and an infomercial for John Beck's “Pennies on the Dollar” real estate system (both 2009), with Chris Leary and John Burke and John Beck, respectively.  

Williams hosted the third season of the Spike TV competition-based reality television show “Toughest Cowboy” (2009). She served as co-anchor on the nationally syndicated breakfast television news and infotainment program, “The Daily Buzz,” from 2010 to 2011.  

Williams has been an entertainment reporter for KTLA news in Los Angeles. She has worked for “Extra,”  E! Entertainment, and Sony Pictures online. She has also hosted her own show on The Outdoor Channel.


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