” As Radar reported, Cohen and Dassuncao began seeing each other on the opening night of Cohen’s pal Anderson Cooper’s AC3 Tour in March 2015.host couldn't help but gush about his beau, whom he dubs the "Brazilian Andy Samberg." Awwww!the 48-year-old Cohen isn’t shy about discussing hook ups and men he’s dated, though he rarely names names and until now has famously played the field.He did mention Dassuncao in his latest book, though not by name by rather referring to him as the “Brazilian Andy Samberg.” It appears Cohen may have finally been struck by Cupid’s arrow.Video: Charlie Sheen Rudely Ranks His Former Female Costars Cohen candidly opened up about his romance with a Harvard graduate student, who is believed to be named Clifton Dassuncao, as he dished to Get it, Andy!
The story spans across seven decades and tells the tale of a struggling writer and professor who is suddenly reunited with the mother who abandoned him as a child after she assaults an anti-immigrant presidential candidate.
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Since then, the pair have been spotted globe-trotting with lots of Cohen’s famous friends including Cooper, s Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, Bruce Bozzi, owner of famed New York City steakhouse The Palm and wealthy media executive Barry Diller and his fashion-designer wife, Diane von Fürstenberg, There’s more than meets the eye with the chiseled, olive-skinned Dassuncao. Y., he earned a bachelor’s degree from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2009 with a major in environmental engineering and a minor in mathematics, according to his Linked In profile. His skill set, the Linkedin profile states, includes data analysis, statistics and research.
After graduation, Dassuncao remained in Cambridge, Mass. During his senior year at MIT, Dassuncao worked as a research assistant at the university’s Sea Grant, a network of programs funded by the U. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that works to “promote the conservation and sustainable development of marine resources through research, education, and outreach.” After graduating MIT and before starting at Harvard, Dassuncao worked as an analyst at Waltham, Mass.-based consulting service firm Cadman, which specializes in energy efficiency, sustainability reporting, water, sustainable transportation, homeland security, high performance building, strategic communications, public health, social marketing, air quality, international development and renewable energy, according to the company website. He’s been a researcher at Harvard from 2011 to present.