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Anderson Cooper is coming to Ottawa

Anderson Cooper is coming to Ottawa

On Sunday March 31st, Anderson Cooper is trading in his seat as anchor of CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" for an appearance at the National Arts Centre. As part of the "Unique Lives & Experiences series, Cooper will talk about his passions, share his perspectives and answer your questions in this laid back and uncensored evening.

As an American journalist, television personality and author, Cooper is recognized for reporting that goes beyond the headlines! Since the start of the his career in 1992, he has worked in more than forty countries and has covered nearly all-major news events around the world, often reporting from the scene.

He has also played a pivotal role in CNN’s political and election coverage. He has anchored from conventions and moderated several Presidential primary debates and Town Halls. In 2016, Cooper was selected by the Committee On Presidential Debates to co-moderate on the three debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Also in 2016, Cooper wrote "The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love and Loss" – a collection of correspondence between Anderson and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt. It debuted at the top of the New York Times Best-Sellers list and remained on the list for three months. 

Cooper’s first book, “Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of Wars, Disaster, and Survival”, was published in 2006 and also topped the New York Times Best-Seller list.

Don’t miss this special evening as Anderson Cooper makes a special appearance in our nation's capital!

Tickets are available now at the NAC's website here.

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