Joby Harte

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Joby Harte
Background information
Birth name Joby Harte
Born (1982-01-30) January 30, 1982 (age 35)
Origin London, England
Occupation(s) Television presenter
Years active 1998–Present

Joby Harte is a British television personality.

He has worked on many hit shows including the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. Joby was part of the original production team and played a vital part in the creation of the worldwide hit reality series Pop Idol along with series producer Ken Warwick. As a television actor his credits include "the baker" for the hit ITV children's show SMTV Live. Before being a warm-up artist he was a radio presenter for local UK radio station 97.6 Chiltern FM. Harte has been involved in shows that have received numerous awards for the television programmes he has worked with including a BAFTA and The Golden Rose of Montraux.

Joby has been the warm-up for the Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP and ABC hit television show Dancing with the Stars

Joby Harte and Russell Brand were in talks to release "Chugga Chugga (All Night)" a novelty song through Simon Cowell's record label Syco.

In 2009 Harte created the company Hot Rock Media, Inc. as an entertainment empire. In 2011 Stephanie Wayland became VP, Talent & Literary of the company based in Beverly Hills, California. Hot Rock Media acquired offices at the NBC Burbank Studios and has partnered with talent managers Paul Cohen and Sheri Anderson Thomas of Cohen Thomas Management. The company currently represents 22 clients including actors and singers in film and television.

In 2011 he worked on the Nickelodeon' show Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures and How to Rock and ' the GSN show, Baggage. In 2012 he's worked for OWN on Are You Normal America? for Disney Channel on A.N.T. Farm and Nickelodeon, reworking of the 90's game show Figure It Out

Joby Is the host of the HUB Network TV Show Majors & Minors which premiered on September 23, 2011.


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