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Kelly Cutrone Biography
Kelly Cutrone is an American television personality, publicist, and New York Times best-selling author. She attended Syracuse University where she graduated with a degree in Nursing.
She became famous in 1996 after founding Fashion & LifeStyle PR/Brand Strategy firm People’s Revolution.
In 2010, she executive produced Bravo’s Kell on Earth. In the same year, Cutrone released her New York Times Best Selling memoir, If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You, with Harper One/Harper Collins and in 2012 she published her second book Normal Gets You Nowhere.
At the age of 21, Cutrone moved to New York where she worked for publicist Susan Blond for a year, and then got a brief position working at Spin magazine for Bob Guccione.
Less than a year later, she founded Cutrone & Weinberg with former Susan Blond intern, Jason Weinberg. Their clients included Mark Ronson, and Eartha Kitt.
In November 2010, she signed on as a contributor to the Dr. Phil Show. In March 2016, she appeared in Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups”.
Kelly Cutrone Age
She was born Kelly M. Blandingon November 13, 1965 in Camillus, New York, United States. She is 52 years old as of 2018.Kelly Cutrone Photo
Kelly Cutrone Husband
Cutrone has been married twice. She got married for the first time at age 21 to Andy Warhol’s protégé, artist Ronnie Cutrone. She then married actor Jeff Kober at 28. Both marriages ended in a divorce.
Kelly Cutrone Daughter
She has a daughter with Italian Ilario Calvo, named Ava Cutrone in 2002.
Kelly Cutrone Book
- If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You – 2010
- Normal Gets You Nowhere – 2011
Kelly Cutrone The Hills
In 2008, she joined the cast of MTV’s The Hills when she employed its main cast members Whitney Port and Lauren Conrad. Cutrone was featured in a The Hills spin-off, The City after Port relocated to New York City.
Kelly Cutrone Ted Talk
Cutrone has spoken at two TEDx event: the first at University of Oxford’s independent TED event, TEDxOxford, in which she gave an inspirational 18-minute talk about her career, and the second at TEDxAmsterdamWomen, during which she spoke about her journey as a woman in business.
Kelly Cutrone People’s Revolution | Kelly Cutrone Pr
Cutrone founded People’s Revolution in 1996. On September 11, 2002, People’s Revolution broke the record for the most shows produced on one day during New York Fashion Week—five—mainly because they were the only company willing to produce shows on the first anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
America Next Top Model Kelly Cutrone
In 2011, Cutrone replaced Vogue Editor André Leon Talley as a judge America’s Next Top Model for seasons 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.
Kelly Cutrone Tv Show
- America’s Next Top Model 2003 – 2018
- The City (2008 TV series) 2008 – 2010
- The Hills 2006 – 2010
- Kell on Earth 2010
Kelly Cutrone Reality Show
Kelly Cutrone takes no prisoners — and as one of the movers and shakers in the world of fashion, she doesn’t have to. She runs a high-powered fashion PR firm in New York, but still manages to find time for her personal life, which includes being a proud single mom to daughter Ava. Her interactions with her partners and the staff at the agency are under the microscope as cameras document their daily lives.
Final episode date: March 29, 2010
Cast: Kelly Cutrone
Kelly Cutrone Quotes
- I happen to believe the world will change only when we change ourselves. And that starts with finding ourselves: learning to quiet the clamor in our minds and the voices of everyone around us and move toward what feels right – toward the things we know, for reasons we can’t explain, that we’re mean to do, the things that makes us feel alive.
- Things will change: you won’t feel this way forever. And anyway, sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are the ones your soul needs most.
- This was when I learned that you have to give up your life as you know it to get a new one: that sometimes you need to let go of everything you’re clinging to and start over, whether because you’ve outgrown it or because it’s not working anymore, or because it was wrong for you in the first place.
- Dreams won’t always take you on a straight path to destiny but they’re usually related to what your soul wants for you. They’ll force you to ask yourself the hard questions, they’ll kick your ass and more importantly, they’ll turn you on.
- In breaking away from the familiar and the expected, you’ll be forced and privileged to face greater challenges, learn harder lessons, and really get to know yourself.
- When you’re following your inner voice, doors tend to eventually open for you, even if they mostly slam at first.
- After all, you can’t truly be happy if you’ve never known pain. You can’t truly feel joy if you’ve never felt heartbreak. You can’t know what it’s like to be filled unless you’ve been empty.
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