For over 20 years, Emmy award-winning writer/producer/director/host Anthony McLemore has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in television news, talk shows, reality, and documentary programming. After winning a Cable Ace in 1998 for the sketch comedy/magazine show "HEP-TV" 1998, Anthony moved to Hollywood. In 1999, he helped develop and launch E! Entertainment Television's successful lifestyle show "Celebrity Homes," which earned him his first Emmy award nomination. Soon after, McLemore co-created BET's smash hit celebrity lifestyle/documentary series "How I'm Living," which became the network's second highest-rated show.
From there, McLemore went on to produce/direct countless documentaries, reality, and talk shows, including CBS's Big Brother, A&E's The Jackson's: "A Family Dynasty," the critically acclaimed documentary series "Brat Camp" & "Border Security USA" for ABC, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" for Bravo, Discovery Channel's hit show "Street Outlaws" and "The Dr. Phil Show," the highest rated talk show in daytime.
In 2022, Anthony earned Outstanding Arts, Culture, Entertainment Report Emmy for the Netflix/Hulu documentary The New York Times Presents "Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson."
Anthony began his career in 1993 as a local news reporter/photographer/editor at the NBC affiliate KLSB-TV in Nacogdoches, Texas, while attending Stephen F. Austin State University. After graduating, McLemore was a reporter for several other affiliates, including KRBC-TV (Abilene, TX), KLTV-TV (Tyler, TX), and KTBS-TV (Shreveport, LA), before producing documentary-style programming.
New York Times Presents
"Malfunction: The Dressing
Down of Janet Jackson"
Emmy Award Winner 2022
One Child Left Behind Documentary Film
2009 - 2021
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
2011 - 2013
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