Andy Cohen
Daddy Diaries jacket
Join us for an in-person & virtual
Live Talks Los Angeles event:
Thursday, May 18, 2023, 8pm

An Evening with
Andy Cohen

discussing his book,
The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up
The Aratani Theatre
244 San Pedro St,
Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Parking garage available at the venue)
Face masks recommended to attend this event

General Admission ticket + signed Book*
$68  Two General Admission tickets + one signed book

*Tickets include access to watch the virtual version of the event
that airs on May 24 at 6pm PT/9pm ET.
Virtual event only (May 24) Tickets can be purchased here.


New York Times bestselling author Andy Cohen, everyone’s favorite busiest man in show business, goes from bottle service to baby bottles in a hilarious, heartwarming, and name-dropping account of the most important year of his life.

From bottle service to baby bottles. Entertainer and best-selling author Andy Cohen returns to the Live Talks Los Angeles stage with his fifth memoir, The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up. How has having two kids changed Cohen’s once-glamorous existence? Hear what he has to say about shifting from the clubs to the playground as he digests the most important job of his life.

Andy Cohen is the author of four New York Times bestselling books. He is the host and executive producer of Watch What Happens Live, Bravo’s late-night interactive talk show. He also serves as executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise and hosts the network’s highly rated reunion specials. He’s won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work, and he lives in New York City with his two children. 

He last appeared on the Live Talks stage in 2021 with his book Glitter Every Day: 365 Quotes From Women I Love in conversation with Amber Tamblyn. You can watch that talk here. And here’s the video from his earlier appearance with RuPaul in 2016 where they discussed Cohen’s bestselling Superficial.

“Andy Cohen isn’t afraid to talk about anything in his life….the TV exec-turned-talk show host still manages to bring new meaning to the words “tell-all…” ―People (on Cohen’s Superficial)