Caitlyn is a smart, savvy & sassy lifestyle/entertainment host featured digitally (HuffPost Live,, and on TV (Wendy Williams, Dr. Oz, Hello Ross!). Sheproduces/hosts 'This Week In Style' on HuffPost Live and viral video packages for She is a contributing writer for Fitness Republic and blogs The Huffington Post.

Caitlyn Becker is a dynamic and experienced entertainment host with exceptional on‐camera interviewing skills honed through thousands of live interviews with A­‐list celebrities, newsmakers and everyone in between. Her unique and outstanding storytelling ability combines poise, lots of research and, of course, Jersey sass.

For three years Caitlyn was one of the faces of HuffPost Live, the video arm of The Huffington Post, hosting daily live segments on the biggest news of the day. And her finger was on the pulse of celebrity news as a reporter for TMZ. The east coast native is a coveted featured expert on dozens of hit shows including 'The Today Show', 'The Wendy Williams Show', 'The Insider' and 'The Dr. Oz Show'.

Caitlyn’s hosting consistently wins high accolades and praise from guests, viewers and fellow producers. Her racially charged interview with the web‐infamous Romeo Rose went viral after she shut down his hateful rhetoric. And, an interview with N’Sync’s Joey Fatone ignited a grownup boy band feud with The Backstreet Boys.

One of Caitlyn’s favorite on camera moments was finding her dream gown as a featured bride on TLC’s 'Say Yes to the Dress'. She married her husband Daniel in 2015 at a glitzy and glam black tie affair in her hometown of Atlantic City. The couple has two rescue pets, Dexter the dog and Khaleesi the cat. Caitlyn once turned her love for animals into a PSA on pit bulls that garnered over 20 million video views on Facebook.

Spending most of her adult life living and working in New York City, Caitlyn recently relocated to Los Angeles with her family. When she’s not working, you can probably find her whipping up brunch for friends or tapping it back at Soul Cycle. 

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