Carole Radziwill is an award-winning journalist, author, and TV personality. She is widely recognized for her role on Bravo’s popular hit TV show, Real Housewives of New York City. She starred on the drama-filled reality show for six seasons and established herself as the “voice of reason” among a cast of eccentric characters.
Carole began her career at ABC News as a journalist working for Peter Jennings. She was part of the documentary unit, Peter Jennings Reporting, covering groundbreaking domestic stories, as well as, foreign stories in Haiti, India, and Cambodia. She reported for World News Tonight and the magazine shows 20/20, Primetime Live, and Day One. She earned three EMMY awards for a career that spanned fourteen years. She also wrote a monthly column for Glamour magazine called, Lunch Date, where she interviewed celebrated people in the field of politics, film, and fashion.
Carole’s first book a memoir titled, What Remains, spent twenty weeks on the New York Times list and was a national bestseller. In it she recounts her childhood in upstate, N.Y., her journalism career, and her husband’s cancer diagnosis, illness and death.
Carole followed up that success with the novel, The Widow’s Guide to Sex & Dating. A dark comedy about the short and happy life of sexologist, Charlie Byrne who gets killed in a freak accident, leaving his young wife to pick up the pieces and jump back into the dating pool. She is currently working on her next book and developing a TV series.