Julie Chen Moonves}} Julie Suzanne Chen Moonves ( Chen; born January 6, 1970) is an American television personality, news anchor, and producer for CBS. She has been the host of the American version of the CBS reality-television program ''Big Brother'' since its debut in July 2000.
From 2002 to 2010, she was a co-anchor of ''The Early Show'' on CBS. In 2004, Chen married CBS executive Les Moonves. Starting in 2010, Chen Moonves was a co-host and the moderator of the CBS Daytime talk show ''The Talk'', until 2018 when she left the show following multiple sexual assault and sexual harassment allegations against her husband Les Moonves that came to light. Following this, she began using her married name with the September 13, 2018 episode of ''Big Brother'', signing off with, "I'm Julie Chen Moonves, goodnight." This broke her established pattern of previously signing off simply as, "Julie Chen."
In 2018, Chen Moonves authored her first children's book, ''When I Grow Up'', dedicated to her son, Charlie. Provided by Wikipedia