Canada Council Chair,
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Natasha Gargiulo is an award-winning multi-platform television personality and radio podcast host. The Montreal native made a name for herself as the co-host of I HEART Radio’s long running and most popular, top rated Montreal morning show.

The former “Entertainment Tonight Canada” correspondent has interviewed a multitude of stars including Oprah Winfrey, Celine Dion, Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney. While covering the entertainment industry Gargiulo has reported from some of the most prestigious film festivals around the world including Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival. She has also hosted a myriad of high-profile red carpet events including the GRAMMYS, the Golden Globes, People’s Choice Awards and Juno Awards. Gargiulo also hosted the Casting Society of America’s annual ARTIOS Awards red carpet and after show. 

Currently Gargiulo is the voice behind Cineplex Entertainment’s “Hello Movies” podcast, where she leads conversations about the film industry and breaks down the elements of a film with her signature warm approachable style. Gargiulo bolsters the podcast with her remarkable depth and insightful knowledge of the entertainment industry. 

In 2020 Gargiulo became a member of the prestigious Critics Choice Association. She also began hosting the Casting Workbook’s highly successful weekly series “The Working Actor.” The series, which is broadcast globally for aspiring actors, features leading casting directors in Hollywood and abroad.

Gargiulo also hosts a variety of philanthropic events for various causes and has worked closely with a number of charitable organizations, including being an advocate and spokesperson for the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Montreal Children Hospital foundation. Her passion cause is focusing on empowering women thru her “Hustle & Heart” speakers series. As a skilled cook and foodie extraordinaire, Gargiulo who speaks four languages, loves spending time with her tween daughter, which she admits is one of the best job she’ll ever have.