Sabrina Grant bagged an RTS Award for ‘Best on screen personality’ in Scotland. The fresh faced and charismatic presenter is best known for presenting Channel 4’s award-winning documentary series Supershoppers, and will be hosting the exciting new craft show for BBC Two, Saved and Remade [working title.] This series will see a team of crafts people creatively transform loved, but unused items into the glorious, contemporary, useful pieces they long to be.
Sabrina has also started featuring on ITV daytime show Lorraine, and you can also see her present VT's on BBC's Sunday Morning Live.
She recently hosted her own one off documentary for Channel 4 "How Healthy Is Your Gut?" A show that explores the gut, and how it affects everything from our moods and energy, to sleep and health. And fronted her own series "The Secret life of Slim People" on Channel 4, a series that examines the lives of people who stay in shape without apparently trying. With the help of private detectives and secret cameras, this series unpicked their every move and morsel to find out what determines their size.
Sabrina is a true London girl who trained at the BRIT School in Musical theatre, Media and Journalism before gaining a BA in Acting from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts...read more
Over the years Sabrina has had a wide variety of jobs including running her own children’s party business, hairdressing and even working as a dinner lady. Sabrina found success as a fashion stylist and has worked with the likes of Sam Smith and Victoria Beckham.
With an infectious smile and chatterbox tendencies, Sabrina is proving herself as a TV hit!
Photo 1,2 & 3 - Tia Simon-Campbell