Donna Air is an actress, presenter and businesswoman, with a particular appeal for younger audiences.
Donna began her TV career aged just 10, in the hit children’s drama Byker Grove (BBC), leaving after five years to pursue her love of music as one half of hit girl duo Crush. She subsequently combined an interest in TV work with her experience in the world of pop to become the first female presenter on the original MTV series MTV Select. Further presenting roles quickly followed, including ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals (the show that discovered Girls Aloud) and Channel 4′s The Big Breakfast. She also co-produced and starred in her own series for E4 entitled Donna In Need.
As an actress, Donna has appeared in a number of hit dramas, including the BBC’s adaptation of Lynda La Plante’s Supply and Demand, and the third series of BBC’s smash hit series Hotel Babylon. More recently, she has as been seen in Channel 4′s flagship award winning soap Hollyoaks as the feisty Sophia. Movie appearances include The Mummy Returns (Universal Pictures) and Still Crazy (Columbia Pictures).
Donna is a successful business woman in the fashion field, having teamed-up with award winning designer Markus Lupfer to launch her own brand of teenwear for Debenhams, simply titled 'Markus and Donna'. She has also launched her own range of jewellery in partnership with QVC, called Little Bird - this is already a sell-out line. She is currently resident Style Editor at the prestigious Hello Magazine.
Donna is a perfect choice for Product Launches, as well as presenting Awards and hosting Corporate events. If you are interested in booking Donna for your event, please contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements.
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