She’s a TV & Radio show host, charity spokesperson, inspirational speaker, influencer, and mom. She’s climbed glaciers in Iceland with Brendan Fraser; covered the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show; and interviewed Oprah, Celine Dion, Jennifer Lopez, George Clooney and Johnny Depp. She’s hosted the Grammy Red Carpet, and reported from Cannes and TIFF. Not only that, she’s been named one of the hottest women on TV by Hello! Canada magazine & StyleDemocracy.
Natasha Gargiulo began her career as a radio personality on Mix 96. The Montreal native quickly worked her way up the ranks, first as Global TV Montreal’s weather presenter and then covering the network’s entertainment beat. She continued to expand her fan base as a National correspondent for Entertainmnet Canada, while winning over Montreal listeners every weekday with her relatable, down-to-earth on-air presence on Virgin Radio’s Freeway and Natasha in the Morning.
When she’s not traveling the world, covering red carpet events and chatting with celebrities, Natasha focuses on empowering women thru her "Hustle & Heart" speakers series & MaddyK Inspires Luxury retreats she co-founded with event extrodinaire Maddy K . Together they help inspire woman to live a balanced life and realize their true potential. She’s been an advocate and spokesperson for the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation; supports charities that fundraise for the Montreal Children’s Hospital; and co-hosted Shopper’s Drug Mart “Always on Beauty” campaign. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone more plugged into North America’s arts, culture and celebrity scene: even when she’s not on camera, Natasha attends every festival in the city and samples every new restaurant and hotspot.
Natasha spends her time with her 7 year old daughter which she admits is the best job she'll ever have. A skilled cook and foodie extraordinaire, Natasha speaks four languages, can do a back handspring and can kill a bottle of cab sav - though not at the same time. She’s even performed Off Broadway, but her current favourite productions are the two-woman shows she and her daughter create on their living room floor. Which are, needless to say, sold out.