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Sarah Champion (presenter)

Sarah Champion
Born (1977-08-22) 22 August 1977
Harold Wood, Essex
Style radio presenter, television presenter, actress
Country United Kingdom
Website www.sarahchampion.co.uk

Sarah Champion is a British television presenter and disc jockey.

Professional career

Champion has hosted The Official Album Chart Show, Planet Celebrity News and Radio Gaga for MTV networks, acted in Jonathan Creek for BBC1 and ITV2 sitcom FM while continuing to enjoy a successful national radio career.

She was graduated from Goldsmiths College University of London with a BA (Hons) in Communications. After working in print journalism and as a broadcast journalist for radio, Pub Ammo, the critically acclaimed entertainment show for Five was Sarah's first break into television. She's amassed a huge amount of live television presenting experience on daily magazine show 'Radio Gaga' for Vh1 with hundreds of hours under her belt. Sarah's passion and love of music has seen her take to all the festivals for both Virgin Radio and MTV networks including the V Festival, Isle of Wight Festival and T in the Park where Sarah camped backstage interviewing bands and celebrities.

Champion has a good fashion knowledge thanks to her years as a fashion model, taking part in numerous worldwide print campaigns, magazines, television commercials and music promos.

Television

References

External links

  • Sarah Champion's website
  • Sarah Champion's profile at AbsoluteRadio.co.uk
  • Sarah Champion at the Internet Movie Database


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