Brittany Frederick is an award-winning entertainment journalist with a worldwide audience. She is the editor-in-chief of TVBrittanyF.com and host of the TVBrittanyF podcast.
Her uniquely collaborative style takes interviews to the next level, working with talent and publicists at every step of the process to create content not found anywhere else. From creative discussions to photo choices, she always puts her subjects first and lets them tell their story. She creates articles regularly featured in press kits and quoted on social media, and that artists remember years after the interview.
She has interviewed thousands of television, theatre, film and music stars over the last 22 years. Among her credits include interviews with two-time Grammy Award winner Adam Levine, Academy Award winner John Ridley, Peabody and Edgar Award winner Elmore Leonard, two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, Emmy winner Richard Schiff (who named her his “favorite interviewer”), Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay and Magician of the Century Criss Angel.
In addition to her interviewing accolades, she has been praised for her feature reporting and critical analysis. Her TV series coverage has been followed by notable showrunners including Dick Wolf, Aaron Korsh, Michael Seitzman, Frank Spotnitz, Martin Gero and Blake Masters.
She has also spent over 10 years in the music industry, working with talent such as the aforementioned Adam Levine (who publicly complimented her “real journalism”), thirteen-time Grammy winner Pharrell Williams, three-time Grammy winner Ryan Tedder, and iconic artists like Blake Shelton, Tony Orlando, Peter Frampton, Owl City and Florida Georgia Line. Her music blog Big Red Chairs gained national fame when it was featured on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Her quotes have appeared in Variety, on CNN.com and Entertainment Weekly’s EW.com, in national ad campaigns for NBC, CBS, HBO, USA, FX and Paramount Network, and in the opening of Criss Angel’s live show BeLIEve at Luxor Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Brittany is the youngest winner of the California Governor’s Medallion for Creative Writing. When not working as a journalist, she has been an screenwriter, director, and playwright, giving her additional expertise on the other side of the entertainment industry. She is currently studying acting in her spare time.
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