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Vic Cohen is an American Emmy nominated TV writer/producer, actor, comedian and radio/podcast/TV host.

Vic is known for his recurring roles on NBC’s primetime show, Howie Do It, where he frequently appeared in outrageous hidden camera bits and as the series’ man-on-the-street reporter, “Vic Cohen, People Person!”

Many fans also know Vic from Fox’s Mobbed, TBS’ Deal With It, and TruTV’s Fameless! Vic has also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Last Comic Standing, The A List, Xtreme Fakeovers, and other TV shows, including Bravo’s sit-com, Hidden Howie. In addition to his television and film work, Vic often performs LIVE at comedy clubs and corporate events across the country and around the globe.

As host of his iTunes radio/podcast, Vic Cohen’s It’s a Fair Question, Vic interviews everyone from high profile celebs to less familiar guests with must-hear fascinating stories. Vic’s quick wit, humor, and warmth fill each fast-paced hour. It’s the show where Vic says, “No question is ever too personal or off-limits!”

Vic has written comedy for Joan Rivers, David Arquette, and many others. Plus, Vic was Howie Mandel’s writer (and the show writer) for NBC’s primetime and daytime hit game show, Deal or No Deal. Vic has also written on dozens of other game/variety/talk shows and pilots. And Vic was nominated for an Emmy for his work on The Chase.

Vic has a Masters degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and started his career as a news reporter at an NBC affiliate in Georgia.