Laura Whitmore

FORMER DJ FOR MTV & TV PRESENTER SEEN ON ITV2'S ‘I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE NOW!’

Laura began as a DJ for MTV, reporting from music and film festivals around the world, she’s interviewed some of the biggest names in show business from Coldplay to Sir Michael Caine, Justin Timberlake to Justin Bieber, working for the channel for almost 10 years including the 2017 and 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards in London and Bilbao.

In 2011, Laura began hosting ITV2’s primetime seriesI’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now!’  anchoring the show for 5 series. In 2012 Laura carried the Olympic torch in London as well as fronting ‘The Beat’ which was broadcast live each night throughout the Olympics for ‘ITV Studios’.

She has hosted the LIVE red carpet and backstage at the Brits for ITV2 five times and twice for BAFTA including 2017’s coverage from London’s Royal Albert Hall. Taking part in BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing and hosted the Eurovision coverage for BBC3.

In 2017, she was cast in the stage adaptation of Peter James’ Sunday Times bestselling crime novel Not Dead Enough to rave reviews and toured all over the UK and Ireland for 6 months. She has studied Shakespeare at RADA and Performance at the Leinster School of Music and Drama.

In Feb 2018, she travelled to South Africa to host a new show for ITV2 Survival of the Fittest, ITV Studios. March 2018, she was announced as Ambassador for Diet Coke Ireland and worked with brands including the Californian Almond Board, The Woolmark Company, Holland & Barrett, The Body Shop, Hello Fresh, Natwest and Bumble.

Across Summer 2018 Laura covered Richard Arnold’s Entertainment slot on ‘Good Morning Britain’.In May 2018, Laura co-hosted the ‘Afternoon Edition’ for BBC Radio 5 Live with Nihal Arthanayake which led to her securing and presenting her very first radio show for the station ‘Laura Whitmore’s Sunday Session’ which aired in July 2018.

Her first radio documentary aired in December 2018 for BBC Radio 5 Live titled Losing My Religion whereby Laura tackled what religion means in the 21st Century.

Laura supports several charities close to her heart and was named a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF in 2018.

To book Laura Whitmore to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.