Elaine Lipworth is a British Broadcast Producer and leading Film journalist based in Los Angeles for over two decades. In that time she has amassed a Contact’s Book second to none. Elaine writes regularly for British media and works on Special Projects with broadcasters seeking to secure High Profile Stars. Elaine is an expert on film and Hollywood.
She currently conducts cover interviews with Hollywood’s leading stars for a wide range of UK publications including You Magazine; Live Magazine, and Mail Weekend (Mail on Sunday supplements), Stella (The Telegraph’s supplement) and the Sunday Times Style.
Her recent cover interviews include exclusive interviews with Gwyneth Paltrow, Anne Hathaway, Julianne Moore, Kirsten Dunst, Rachel Weisz, Reese Witherspoon, Michael Caine, Anthony Hopkins, Denzel Washington, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeff Bridges. In addition Elaine writes regularly for the Telegraph, Times, Guardian, Independent, Metro plus many of the women’s Magazines such as Easy Living, Cosmo, Look, In Style, Woman and Home, Psychologies and Red, Vanity Fair plus a variety of Australian Magazines.
Elaine started her broadcast career as a Presenter for TVam, before moving to New York to work for This Morning in New York. Since moving to LA in 2000 she has worked for a variety of UK and US TV shows, also writing regularly for a wide variety of UK publications across the spectrum.
Elaine Lipworth won The International Media Award at the 49th Annual ICG Publicists Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 24, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. The International Media Award was presented by Oscar nominee Max Von Sydow to Elaine Lipworth
1990 – 1994 Hollywood reporter/ presenter – This Morning
1994 –1996 US Reporter – BBC Good Morning
1997 LA Producer: ‘The Entertainment Biz’ BBC (Documentary series)
1993 –2000 Reporter/host/contributor E Entertainment television
1998 – 2007 Hollywood/film reporter presenter for the Heaven and Earth Show BBC.
1996 – 2006 conducted film interviews for Turner Classic Movies Europe
1993 – 2002 freelance reporter/contributor for the nationally syndicated US TV show Extra
1993 – 2003 freelance contributor to MSNBC (US)