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Naz Perez is a quintessential millennial Renaissance woman and Forbes Trailblazer who made her dream career a reality through hard work and tenacity. Naz is Dominican-American and was recently named one of HOLA!’s Top 100 Latina Powerhouses of 2022. Among the many professional hats Naz wears, she is known for her work as a successful TV producer (ABC’s The Bachelor), host (Live From E! + Rotten Tomatoes), podcaster (I Don’t Get It Podcast), and founder of Heart Broken Anonymous™!

Naz comes from the world of TV production and is a seasoned producer who launched her career with “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and E! Network. She went on to produce seven seasons of ABC’s #1 primetime series “The Bachelor Franchise”, which includes “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” and Freeform’s “Happily Ever After.”

After seven seasons of producing reality TV, Naz shifted into her lifelong career goal of on-camera journalism and hosting, beginning with MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers as an in-stadium host from 2017 – 2021. During her tenure, the Dodgers appeared in the World Series three times and won in 2020.

Shortly after, Naz joined Fandango, where she still currently hosts movie and television premiere junket interviews with A-list celebrities. In 2022, Naz conducted exclusive 20 minute sit-down interviews for Fandango with the cast of The Batman (2 million+ views), Bullet Train with Brad Pitt, and Black Adam with the Rock. In addition to hosting with Fandango, Naz now hosts junkets and a series of TV shows under the Fandango umbrella for Rotten Tomatoes, home to the Tomatometer, the most trusted measurement of quality for movies and TV. Naz hosts several shows including “Countdown,” “RT Essentials,” “Binge Guide” and “The Ketchup,” covering the latest and greatest in movies and TV for Editorial, Online, and The Rotten Tomatoes Channel on Peacock, Samsung TV and Roku. She also previously hosted their talk show “Couch Tomatoes.” She also currently hosts a segment on NBC’s The Today Show called Weekend Watchlist as a Rotten Tomatoes + Fandango correspondent.

Naz is currently a Live from E! panelist and TV Host for all the major awards show coverage on E! Entertainment LIVE. Naz has covered The Golden Globes, The SAG Awards, The Grammys, The Oscars, The E! People Choices Awards, The Met Gala, The Billboard Music Awards and has completed live movie premiere coverage on TV for the Fast & Furious and Jurassic World franchises.

In addition to her extensive LIVE experience, Naz works with various digital outlets including T-Mobile, Hilton, ATTN and most recently Hello Sunshine.

Naz is the co-creator and co-host of the wildly successful and highly relatable “I Don’t Get It” podcast. Along with her co-hosts and friends Ashley and Lauren Iaconetti (“The Bachelor”), Naz delves into a wide range of topics covering everything from dating and relationships to pop culture in addition to daily annoyances and things that they just don’t “get,” openly, honestly, and with no filter or shame. The podcast also invites experts to join Naz, Ashley, and Lauren to explore various subcultures and dives into heavier topics such as infertility and white fragility. Prominent guests include Jonathan Van Ness (“Queer Eye”), Author and Activist Robin DiAngelo, Bachelor Nation royalty such as Kaitlyn Bristowe, Ben Higgins and Nick Viall.

In addition to Naz’s hosting duties, Naz is a true empath whose fascination with human connection lead her to establish the virtual and in-person LA-based support group Heart Broken AnonymousTM (HBA), which offers anyone experiencing overwhelming distress a safe space to heal from life’s challenges and remind themselves they’re not alone. Heart Broken Anonymous is the only support group of its kind targeting ALL types of heartbreak (not just romantic) and has been featured in the The New York Times, on Good Morning America, Forbes, New York Post, The Doctors and various other major media outlets.

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