Gaby Roslin rose to fame as co-presenter with Chris Evans of Channel 4's ground breaking daily programme The Big Breakfast, between 1992 and 1996. She has also presented a number of the BBC's Children In Need charity telethons, as well as the weekly National Lottery Draws on Saturday evenings.
Gaby's TV career began presenting on Superchannel and then on ITV, before being approached by Planet 24 to co-present The Big Breakfast. After leaving Big Brother, Gaby worked exclusively for the BBC, fronting a range of programmes, both entertainment and factual, including Whatever You Want, City Hospital, A Question Of Television, Watchdog Healthcheck, The Terry And Gaby Show (with Terry Wogan), The Gaby Roslin Show, Sport Relief's Top Dog, Food Inspectors and The Saturday Show.
Gaby has also made guest appearances on TV shows such as The Wright Stuff, Daily Cooks Challenge, The Apprentice: You're Fired, and The Chase: Celebrity Special.
Radio work includes sitting in for Alan Carr on BBC Radio 2, co-hosting BBC London's breakfast show with Paul Ross, and her own weekly Saturday show on the same station, which currently airs live from 3 pm until 6 pm.
In 2005, Gaby appeared as an actress in a national tour of the stage version of When Harry Met Sally. Later that year she also sang and danced in the London stage version of Chicago.
Gaby is a patron of children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent and also of the breast cancer charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer's £1,000 Challenge. In addition, she is a patron of the charity HAWC (Help Adolescents With Cancer) and became an ambassador for the children's charity WellChild, after hosting their Awards Night in 2014.
Gaby Roslin is one of the country's most popular presenters and makes a perfect choice as an Awards Host or 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.
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