Vanessa Warwick

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Vanessa Warwick is an English former MTV presenter, notable for her eight-year spell as a video jockey from 1990 to 1997 inclusive. She was for a time during the 1990s married to musician Ricky Warwick, lead singer and guitarist with the Almighty. Vanessa Warwick now runs a London-based property business.[citation needed]

MTV[edit]

Born Vanessa Young, she first joined MTV in 1988 on a temporary assignment at the broadcaster's Camden studios in London, eventually becoming a production assistant on the MTV rock show, "Metal Hammer" and then "Headbangers Ball",[1] where she became the show's assistant producer. In 1990, she replaced German VJ Kristiane Backer, having presented her first tour report - a review of a London Astoria performance by American band OverKill. As well as seven years presenting "Headbangers' Ball", she also inspired and wrote the foreword to a "Headbangers' Ball" book, Chaos AD - Rock in the Nineties, written by Kerrang! magazine freelance Steve Beebee, published by Simon & Schuster in 1997.[2] As a freelance TV producer, she also directed a Motörhead video in 2001.[1][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1119993/
  2. ^ http://www.amazon.co.uk/MTV-Headbangers-Ball-Chaos-Nineties/dp/0684819201
  3. ^ http://www.mvdbase.com/tech.php?last=Warwick&first=Vanessa