Eddie Santos is a Supervising Producer/Writer for "Dr. Phil," America's Most Watched Talk Show. He received his B.A. in communication and English from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, NJ. One of his first jobs in TV was the "Donahue" show, hosted by pioneer talk-show host Phil Donahue, which taped at 30 Rock in New York City. After nearly a decade of TV producing in New York, he moved to Los Angeles to launch the "Dr. Phil" show, which is now in its 14th season.
He served on the Board of LifeWorks for two years and chaired silent auctions for LifeWorks events for three years. He currently resides in Los Angeles, and in his free time can be found in a creative writing class, spinning, hiking, doing Pilates, yoga, in search of the perfect martini or traveling around the world.