Best known as co-host of the BBC hit show Strictly Come Dancing (alongside Tess Daly), Claudia Winkleman is a popular television presenter, film critic, radio personality and journalist.
Claudia’s first major break into TV was in 1991, on the regional discussion programme Central Weekend. The following year she began reporting regularly in the long-running BBC series Holiday. Since then, Claudia has hosted a number of popular programmes including Liquid News, Fame Academy, Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, The House Of Tiny Tearaways.
Claudia has also presented a number of game shows, including the BBC2 dating show Three's A Crowd, LWT's Talking Telephone Numbers, the second series of Granada TV’s God's Gift and Fanorama (E4). In 2013, she began presenting the BBC2 sewing competition The Great British Sewing Bee, and in 2015 she appeared on The Big Fat Anniversary Quiz.
Between 2004 and 2010, Claudia presented the Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (BBC2), becoming a co-host on the main show in the Autumn of 2014, following Sir Bruce Forsyth's retirement.
Claudia is a key supporter of Comic Relief, and for the last few years has been one of the main presenters for both Red Nose Day and Sport Relief.
Claudia’s impressive portfolio also includes presenting corporate DVDs for John Lewis, Clarks and BAA, as well as acting as MC for the Samsung 3D TV Launch, fronting campaigns for Cadbury’s and Air New Zealand, and hosting numerous Awards ceremonies.
A versatile presenter and popular TV personality, Claudia Winkleman is an ideal choice as an Awards Host, Presenter and After-dinner Speaker. To book her for your Event, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or alternatively call us on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements.
Please pass on our enormous thanks to Claudia for yesterday. She was an absolute pleasure to work with, really lovely and we would thrilled with her hosting. We particularly liked how natural and charming she was when presenting. I know that people were incredibly excited that she was hosting and she was very kind after the ceremony, posing for photos and speaking to the winners so this was really appreciated.
- One of the country’s top broadcasters.
- Britain's leading female host
- A successful internet entrepreneur who runs the UK’s largest online jewellery business 'Gerald Online'.