Who is Cynthia Loyst's Husband? Know about her Relationship and Affairs.
Based in Canada, Cynthia Loyst is a talk show host and popular media personality. She is best known for hosting CTV's daytime talk show, 'The Social'.
Cynthia is married with a child. The private person that she is not much about her husband is known to public.
Cynthia Loyst's husband, relationships, and affairs
A quick scan of Cynthia's social medias and news tells us that she is a happily married woman.
Her husband Jason reportedly proposed Cynthia at The Distillery in Toronto.
Cynthia Loyst, proud mother
Soon thereafter, the couple got married in the same place in presence of their close family and friends.The couple seems to have a deep connection with the location.
This beautiful couple welcomed a baby boy in 2014.
Cynthia Loyst's brilliant career
Cynthia was the host and producer of "Sex Matters". Before that, she spent many years as the Supervising Producer for the internationally syndicated and award-winning documentary series 'SexTV'.
While serving as the Supervising producer, Loyst was able to boldly go where least people have gone before with some unique and controversial content.
Cynthia got an opportunity to interview a wide range of people, including academics, fetishists, and celebrities. Cynthia has been supervising a variety of other-worldly productions for SexTV, including Monstrous Desires: Sexuality & Horror, Loving The Alien: Sex & Science Fiction, Remote Control: Romancing The Robot and Japanese Anime.
She is also the newest co-host of Inner Space, joining the panel in September 2011. Apart from that, Cynthia has garnered Gemini Award nominations twice.
— Cynthia Loyst (@cynthialoyst) January 27, 2017
Loyst has appeared several times on radio and television, including E-TALK, CP24, THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, CTV NEWSNET, Virgin Radio 99.9 FM, 103.9 Proud FM, 104.5 CHUM FM and TVO.
Loyst has given guest lectures on technology, sexuality, and media at many schools in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area), such as the University of Toronto, Sheridan College, Ryerson University and Centennial College.