Nigel at Great British Presenters – he’s certainly got talent!

19th Oct 2018

When one of the world’s largest international property organisations approached us for a fun, larger than life host, to compere their ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ show we had no hesitation in putting Nigel up for the job!

Hugely experienced in both live and recorded TV work we immediately knew he fitted the brief perfectly from a choice of 5 we submitted for consideration. With his background in live TV – (particularly dealing with kids, what could possibly go wrong!) he was well able to take on a fast-moving show with nervous contestants in the Britain’s Got Talent style programme of events. We get so many great comments back from clients recognising that we don’t just have great presenters …but they are expert at reassuring other participants who are often very nervous about appearing on stage, often for the first time.

The client was thrilled saying…

The event went without a hitch and Nigel was literally phenomenal!.

I cannot stress how fantastic Nigel was, a complete professional, he made our judges and audience feel so comfortable and contributed to what was an amazing night. Thank you so much for recommending him and for all of your support throughout the process.

Nigel is a British TV Presenter known for his work on CBBC, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon, his energetic and friendly style appeals to all ages and not just kids.

In addition, he is also a senior cast member in the hugely successful stage show STOMP and was part of the original London cast.

See his full bio page HERE and his superb showreel below:

To hire corporate events host Nigel as a host for your event contact us. Or call Jane Farnham at Great British Presenters on 01753 439 289

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