Kinsey Schofield (Pronounced Kin-Z SCO-field) is a Los Angeles-based entertainment reporter and the founder of To Di For Daily. She has loved the royal family ever since she was a child. ToDiForDaily.com is a pop-culture take on the British Royal Family and a celebration of the life of Princess Diana. Kinsey was inspired to create To Di For Daily after a surprise marriage proposal at Kensington Palace on Valentine’s Day 2020. The website was officially launched in July of the same year.
Kinsey kicked off her television career on E! Channel‘s Party Monsters Cabo. The competition-based show also starred P. Diddy, Lil Jon, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon, Carmen Electra, and The Jenner / Kardashian family. She parlayed her reality TV experience into TV commentating and presenting, appearing on Access Hollywood, BBC World News, Cheddar, Nancy Grace, Dr. Drew, Jane Velez-Mitchell, FOX & Friends, Your World with Neil Cavuto, FOX’s Happening Now, The Young Turks, and numerous E! Channel comedy specials including Celebrity Oops They Did It Again, Bigger Badder Celebrity Feuds, Attack of the Celebrity Bikinis, and Worst Thing I Ever Posted.
Due in large part to her digital footprint of over a quarter of a million social media followers, she has been featured on the cover of So Scottsdale Magazine, Arizona Foothills Magazine, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
Inspired by Princess Diana‘s eagerness to love and give, Kinsey makes charity work a priority. She has been a committee member for Make-A-Wish Arizona, helping raise over $2.2 million to help fund 320 wishes in 2017. As social media chair for Phoenix Art Museum’s Andy Warhol pARTy, She helped raise over $1 million for the museum, $1.1 million during the 18th annual Fashion Gala for Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, and helped raise $5K for first responders with WomenInPR.org during the pandemic. Kinsey has emceed events to benefit Ochsner Hospital for Children in New Orleans and Arizona’s Phoenix Children’s Hospital. In New Orleans, she raised money for Special Olympics Louisiana by repelling down a skyscraper. Additionally, she has volunteered her time to Defenders of Wildlife, Muhammad Ali’s Celebrity Fight Night, and the Friars Club ESPN Sports Roast of Terry Bradshaw.
With over 2 million YouTube views, you can catch Kinsey Schofield in Brat‘s “Intern in Chief” movie (now streaming on Amazon Prime too!)
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