- Carmine Gotti Agnello (1986 - ), reality TV star
- John Gotti Agnello (1987 - ), reality TV star
- Frank Gotti Agnello (1990 - ), reality TV star
- Adam Carolla (1964 - ), comedic radio and television personality
- Neil Cavuto (1958 - ), television host and commentator hosting Your World with Neil Cavuto and Cavuto on Business on the Fox News Channel
- Stephen Colletti (1986 - ), reality TV star
- Giada De Laurentiis (1970 - ), chef, writer, TV Personality and the current host of the Food Network programs Everyday Italian, Behind the Bash, Giada's Weekend Getaways and Giada in Paradise.
- Robert De Laurentiis television director
- Victoria Gotti (1962 - ), star of Growing Up Gotti on the A&E Network
- Tony Danza (1951 - ), actor and talk show host
- Gary Dell'Abate (1961 - ), producer of The Howard Stern Show and co-host of The Wrap-Up Show
- Giuliana DePandi (1975 - ), host of E! News
- Annette Funicello (1942 - ), singer and actress, Walt Disney's most popular Mouseketeer
- Jimmy Kimmel (1967 - ), television comedy talk-show host and producer
- Jay Leno (b. 1950), comedian, known as host of The Tonight Show and the Jay Leno Show
- Kelly Monaco (1976 - ), model, actress, and reality television contestant
- Rachael Ray (1968 - ), Emmy-winning television personality and author
- Leah Remini(1970 - ), actress
- Kelly Ripa (1970 - ), actress and talk show host
- Jai Rodriguez (1979 - ), actor and culture guide on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
- Maria Sansone (1981 - ), host of "the 9" on YAHOO! and special events for TV Guide Network
- Paris Hilton (1981-) (of partial Italian descent) Socialite, model, entrepreneur and actress. Best known as co-star of "The simple life".
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