Anthea Bhargava Wins Emmy for ‘The Voice’

Anthea Bhargava Wins Emmy for ‘The Voice’

Anthea Bhargava, an Indian American producer won her first Emmy Award for “Outstanding Reality-Competition Program” as part of the production team responsible for the reality singing competition, “The Voice,” at the 67th Annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sept. 20.

Bhargava beat out the production team of Indian American model and television personality Padma Lakshmi’s reality cooking show “Top Chef,” which was nominated in the same category.

The 37-year-old line producer of “The Voice” was also a production manager for the 45th and 46th annual Grammy Awards before becoming an associate producer for the 47th edition of the show, and has worked as a production manager, associate producer and line producer on several other award shows, including the BET Awards and Latin Grammy Awards, according to IMDB.

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