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Sam Delaney (born 16 April 1975) is an English journalist, TV presenter, voice-over artist and the ex-editor of magazine. Heat [1 ]
Personal life and career [ edit ]
Delaney was born in
Hammersmith, London, England, and was educated at Shene Comprehensive school and the University of Sussex where he studied politics.
He has written for
, The Guardian , The Daily Telegraph , The Independent Men’s Health, Shortlist, Company, , The New Statesman , NME , Q , Grazia , The Big Issue Four Four Two and . Cosmopolitan
He has written two books;
Get Smashed – The Story Of The Men Who Made The Ads That Changed Our Lives (Sceptre, 2007) and Night Of The Living Dad – Confessions Of A Shabby Father (John Murray, 2009). Delaney was the editor of Heat between 2009 and 2011.
He has written and presented documentaries for
BBC Three, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
He currently presents shows on
talkSPORT and BBC London. He also appears as a pundit and newspaper reviewer on Sky News.
He is married with two children, lives in London and is a lifelong supporter of
West Ham United F.C.
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