You may not know him, but everyone famous does
Jetsetter Jean Pigozzi asks the provocative questions others won’t in Esquire Network’s new celebrity interview show,
My Friends Call Me Johnny Wednesdays at 10 ET/9CT only on Esquire Network
Called one of the “world’s greatest characters” by Sir Elton John, he’s heir to a European auto fortune, a globe-trotting photographer, a renowned art collector, a successful tech investor, and creator of a high-end men’s clothing line. Oh, and he also invented the “selfie.” Jean “Johnny” Pigozzi is a unique character whose life defies belief, and now he re-invents the celebrity talk show with the original series My Friends Call Me Johnny on the Esquire Network.
In My Friends Call Me Johnny, Johnny Pigozzi travels the globe and asks his celebrity friends the most direct, provocative questions others are afraid to ask. Each episode features candid, open conversations with notable individuals including actor Michael Douglas, producer Brett Ratner, Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, lifestyle guru Martha Stewart, celebrity chef Mario Batali, fashion icon Calvin Klein, Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner, former American Apparel CEO and founder Dov Charney and more.