2 April 1967|
Street, Somerset, England
|Education||Crispin School, Street|
Helen Marie Chamberlain (born 2 April 1967) is an English television presenter, best known for presenting Soccer AM on Sky Sports for 22 years. She previously worked as a holiday-camp entertainer and DJ.
She was discovered at Chessington by a producer for Nickelodeon, where she began presenting in 1994. She began presenting on Sky Sports's Saturday morning show Soccer AM in 1995. She also guest presented on two former Channel 4 breakfast shows – The Big Breakfast (alongside Johnny Vaughan) and RI:SE – and was a presenter for Sky TV's dedicated Poker channel Sky Poker.
She appeared in a raunchy photo shoot for the May 2004 edition of Penthouse. She also modelled in underwear for Euro 2004 in Trafalgar Square, and during the photoshoot caused the driver of a double decker bus to run into the back of another bus because he was staring at her.
Chamberlain left Soccer AM in August 2017, shortly before the start of the programme's 23rd season on air.
Chamberlain finished second in the 2005 Poker Million tournament winning $400,000. She spent her winnings on buying a Range Rover for her boyfriend, and the racehorse Birkspiel. The horse is trained by Simon Dow at Clear Height Stables in Epsom. On his first outing for the presenter, in April 2006, he won a €50,000 Group 3 race in Baden-Baden, Germany. One month later, he finished third in a Group 2 race in Cologne, Germany. She also owned the flat racer Napoletano, she also co-owned sprinter Merlin's Dancer who finished second in The Dash which is the race before The Derby in 2008. All three horses have now retired. 
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