Davina McCall is one of the UK's best known presenters, most memorably hosting the hugely successful Big Brother series on Channel 4……one amongst over 40 TV Shows that the ever energetic Davina has presented! Others include The Vault, The Jump, The Brit Awards, the BAFTA Awards, Love On A Saturday Night, The Long Lost Family, Pop Stars: The Rivals, Celebrity Big Brother, Big Brother: On The Couch, Let's Talk Sex, Stepping Out and Davina McCall: Life At The Extreme.
After Big Brother ended its eleven series run on Channel Four in 2010, Davina hosted Sky 1's primetime hit Got To Dance and Channel 4's Award Winning The Million Pound Drop Live. She is currently hosting the popular series This Time Next Year.
Davina has also made guest appearances on many shows, including Top Gear, Room 101, Question Time, The Paul O'Grady Show, Would I Lie to You?, Who Do You Think You Are?, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, This Morning, The Jonathan Ross Show and Mel and Sue.
In 2014, Davina undertook the BT Sport Relief telethon, which involved seven days of running, swimming and cycling across the UK to raise money for the Sport Relief charity. During the live telethon, it was announced that Davina had raised over £2.2 million for Sport Relief. Her valiant efforts were also filmed for the BBC documentary Davina: Beyond Breaking Point.
Davina is also well known as the face (and hair) for the L'Oreal brands Garnier and Nutrisse.
Davina's credentials as a TV Presenter who can both entertain and empathise with a wide range of audiences makes her an outstanding After-dinner speaker and Awards Host. To book Davina for your Event, contact Prime Performers for more information, either through our online booking enquiry form or by calling us on 020 7251 8222.
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