A.J. Marechal

Variety

Guest/Host

Los Angeles native AJ Marechal is Variety's TV reporter, covering all aspects of the television industry. She attended New York University, graduating with a degree in Philosophy and Creative Nonfiction in 2010 before transitioning back to her hometown and into the entertainment landscape. Along with Variety, her professional credits including Playboy, Allure and Harper's Bazaar. She also serves as Poshly.com's Editorial Director. She tweets at @Variety_AJM.

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