Laura Whitmore


Media personality, ITV broadcaster and actress Laura Whitmore is available to book as the events host or after-dinner speaker for your next corporate function. Having interviewed some of the biggest names in the industry, Whitemore has established herself as an expert in creating and leading conversations. Her main talents lie within event hosting but she can also deliver the most insightful yet hilarious after-dinner speech that is suitable for a variety of different events.

Whitmore graduated from Dublin City University where she studied journalism. Some of her early TV appearances include participating in a model talent search for The Late Late Show and competing in MTV’s Pick Me TV in the bid to become the face of MTV News. After coming out on top over 3000 other applicants, she went onto regularly host MTV shows for Ireland, the UK and parts of Europe as well as presenting at special events internationally.

At the pinnacle of her presenting career, Laura hosted I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! spin-off show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! NOW!, the 11th Irish Film & Television Awards and the ITV2 reality series Survival of the Fittest. In 2012, she ran with the Olympic torch for the London Olympic Games and also hosted The Beat of London throughout the entirety of the tournament for ITV.

From presenting live red carpet events and backstage coverage at the Brits and BAFTA awards to providing coverage for the Eurovision Song Contest, Laura has truly displayed a natural flair for presenting. However, she has also shown the world that she can dance when she competed in BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing before being cast in the stage adaptation of Not Dead Enough in 2016. She has since studied Shakespeare at RADA and Performance at the Leinster School of Music and Drama. Her newfound love for the performing arts has even led her to write and shoot her own short film entitled Sadhbh.

Having recently revisited her love for journalism, Laura has highlighted some key issues within society. She has written an article surrounding her views on Upskirting and the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaign which went viral. She also released her own documentary entitled Losing My Religion which focuses on millennials relationship with religion.

A keen campaigner for human rights, lively and bubbly character, Laure Whitmore never fails to deliver the most interesting and insightful after-dinner speeches. Her vibrant speaking style leaves a lasting impression on audiences whether she attends as a speaker or presenter.

To book Laura Whitmore to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency using the contact details below.