IMOGEN LLOYD WEBBER

Who Am I ?

IMOGEN LLOYD WEBBER

January 2012

1: Who am I?

A British girl trying to take a big bite out of the Big Apple and having a lot of fun in the process!

2: What do you do and what project are you currently working on?

I’m an on-air contributor for MSNBC and also a writer. My last book, about being single, has been optioned and I’m currently juggling adapting it into a screenplay with appearing on screen as a political pundit. I’m also writing a novel with a girlfriend of mine in London, which has a very unique take.

3: Where are you from and where are you going?

I’m from London and going to wherever my American dream leads me.

4: Who is your biggest hero?

Margaret Thatcher. She was in power while I was a child so I always knew anything was possible for a woman.

5: What book is your bible?

Is it bad to say mine?! My Single Girl’s Survival Guide. I researched it by interviewing the single women I most admire on both sides of the Pond. It’s not about finding a man, but finding yourself–all with a lot of British humour thrown in.

6: What are some things you love? And some things you hate?

Love: Life, family, friends, America, NYC, Green & Black’s dark chocolate, and I never met an eyeliner I didn’t like.

Hate: Snow, bad grammar, American spelling.

7: What is your raison d’être?

To ensure I say “if only” as little as possible.

8: What is your favorite color?

Green.

9: Who is your favorite comic book superhero?

Catwoman?!

10: What is your favorite NYC hot spot?

Wherever I haven’t been yet and where I don’t bump into someone I’ve already met. I moved to the New World to experience the new!

11: What turns you on?

New York.

12: What would the last question of this questionnaire be if you were the one asking?

What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given? My Grandmother told me you can sleep in your armchair when you’re old.

Imogen Lloyd Webber was educated at Girton College, Cambridge University, where she read history. She is a British broadcaster and writer who has recently moved full time to New York City.

Imogen is currently an MSNBC Contributor, appearing regularly on The Dylan Ratigan Show and across the network. In America, her work as a pundit has seen her commentate on topics as wide-ranging from Afghanistan to entertainment. She has made numerous appearances on Fox News, including segments for The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Fox and Friends, America Live, Redeye and Your World With Neil Cavuto. She has also frequently featured on the Fox Business Network on shows including Imus, Cavuto, The Willis Report, Bulls & Bears, Freedom Watch and America’s Nightly Scoreboard. She has been a Special Correspondent for EXTRA and a recurrent contributor on HLN’s Showbiz Tonight. Other US radio and TV appearances include Access Hollywood (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), The Morning Show (Fox) and assorted shows across the Sirius radio network. In the UK she has made numerous TV appearances including GMTV, Deadline (ITV) and Sky News, along with many radio interviews.

Imogen is the author of the non-fiction The Single Girl’s Guide, which has been published around the world including the UK, USA, Australia, Russia, Germany, Italy, South Korea and China. An updated American version of the book was released on Valentine’s Day 2011. The Guide has recently been optioned by the producer Lloyd Levin (United 93, The Watchmen, Boogie Nights) and Imogen is currently adapting it for him into a screenplay. She is also writing a novel with Georgie Thompson (Sky Sports presenter and League Of Their Own panellist). Imogen’s freelance writing has been for publications as diverse as The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, Jane and Scarlet Magazine.

LINKS:

Imogen Lloyd Webber’s Official Website

Twitter: @illoydwebber

_

Questions by PMc Magazine

Edited by Meaghan Coffey

Photography by John Swannell

Design by Jillian Mercado

Contact Jillian Mercado if you’re interested in becoming a “Who Am I?”


Caption:

Imogen Lloyd Webber, Nothing Like An Airbrush, Photography by John Swannell

read the complete article