Ashlan Cousteau


Voyacy Ventures - Journalist


Quick Bio

Veteran journalist & adventure seeker Ashlan Gorse Cousteau travels the world in search of stories that inspire.

Currently, Cousteau serves as special correspondent for Emmy-award winning Entertainment Tonight. This summer, Ashlan can be seen as the co-host of Nuclear Sharks, Discovery’s blue-chip special for Shark Week 2016. She also produced a groundbreaking digital documentaries series, Treasures of the Terai, highlighting how conservation is working in Nepal.

Cousteau’s endeavors go beyond the small screen. At the request of the United Nations, Ashlan served as host for the UN’s convention on migratory species in Quito, Ecuador. She was selected by former Vice-President Al Gore to be the opening anchor for his internationally live broadcast of Climate Reality, 24 and served as an anchor for seven years on E News.

Ashlan attended the prestigious School of Journalism at UNC Chapel Hill and is a major supporter of animal welfare.

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