Chelsea Handler

Chelsea Handler is an American comedian and actress best known for her standup comedy performances along with her late-night talk show "Chelsea Lately," which ran from 2007 to 2014 on the E! Network. Moreover, the star has had a successful career as a writer and documentary film producer. Her comedy performances have earned much praise and accolades throughout the performing industry. The star is not currently married nor has any biological children.

The New Jersey native first received her shot in show business as a cast member on Oxygen's reality tv "Girl Behaving Badly" from 2002 until the show ended in 2005. She then appeared on many sitcoms and comedy shows, including the "Bernie Mac Show" and "The Tonight Show" before receiving her own show on the E! Network. She has worked with a number of famous directors during her time on reality tv, such as Steven Spielberg. The comedian has had a successful career producing and starring in her own documentary series called "Chelsea Does," which aired on Netflix in January 2016. She continued her television host carer from 2016 to 2017 when she hosted "Chelsea" on the same streaming platform.

Handler is also a New York Times best-selling author who has written six books. Her two latest novels are called "Uganda Be Kidding," which was released in 2014, and her 2019 memoir "Life Will Be the Death of Me." Handler's memoir was promoted via a comedy tour, and she later gave the book's television rights to Universal TV. Handler has dated a number of high-profile celebrities and fellow comedians, including rapper 50 Cent, briefly in 2011.

Her latest relationship was with comedian Jo Koy who she began dating in September 2021. Prior to starting a romance, the pair had been friends for nearly two decades. However, in July 2022, the couple announced they had broken up via Instagram.