network from 2007 to 2014, and released a documentary series, Chelsea Does, on Netflix in January 2016. Other shows on which Handler has appeared include Weekends at the D.
L., The Bernie Mac Show, My Wife and Kids, and The Practice. and Scarborough Country, as well as a correspondent on The Tonight Show.
From that moment, I wanted one of those jobs.” Harbert began his broadcasting career while a student at Boston University’s college radio station, WTBU, where he worked alongside his friend, Howard Stern.
After graduating magna cum laude with a degree in Broadcasting and Film from the Boston University School of Communications, Harbert returned to New York, where he worked at ABC.
' and I'd be like, ' No, I just came from my show.
That's the last thing I'd want to do,'" she said.
In 2006, he was promoted to the newly created position of president and CEO at the Comcast Entertainment Group, overseeing E!
Harbert is the president and CEO of Comcast Entertainment, which owns E!
, the network behind Handler’s show, "Chelsea Lately." "The couple is no longer residing together," an E! "Ted has nothing but the highest regard for Chelsea both personally and professionally." Though the network’s rep could not confirm the split, Gawker reports that it was Handler who was "the one to do the breaking-up." The couple, who began dating in 2006, previously denied breakup rumors that spread during the summer of 2009.
On August 18, 2010, it was announced that Handler would be the host of the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.
The announcement was surprising to many, including MTV representatives, who claimed that the final decision was unexpected.