Sally Gray (television presenter)

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Sally Gray
Born c. 1969 (age c. 48)
Occupation Television presenter
Years active 1992 – 2008
Spouse(s) ? (m. 2009 - present) 2 children

Sally Gray (born c 1969) MBE is a British television presenter.

Life and career[edit]

Education and early career[edit]

Gray earned a BA Degree in Communication and Media Studies from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. After graduation Gray began to work behind the scenes at the BBC, and soon after, entered a BBC Journalism course. On this course Gray researched for programmes such as Question Time, Public Eye and Newsroom South East.[1] In 2001, Gray participated in the celebrity special in the fourth season of Fort Boyard alongside Nell McAndrew, Tris Payne, Scott Wright and Keith Duffy.

Television presenting[edit]

Gray began presenting television as a reporter on GMTV. Gray them moved on to lifestyle shows such as ITV's Moving Day in 2004 and Our House, BBC's Real Rooms and The Really Useful Show. Gray presented How to Find a Husband... and What to do if You Can't for UKTV Style in 2006.[2] Since 2007, Gray runs a company called Presenters Inc, with Jonas Hurst, specializing in TV Presenter Training.

Children's television[edit]

As a CBBC entertainment presenter Gray presented shows including 50/50 between 1997 and 2002 and the multi-award-winning It'll Never Work? from 1993 to 1999, and Record Breakers among others.[1]

Honours and charity work[edit]

In 2003 Gray was awarded an MBE for Services to Young People though her work as an Ambassador for the Millennium Volunteers. Gray is also an Ambassador for The Prince's Trust.[1] In 2005, she was voted 44th of Scotland on Sunday's 50 most Eligible Women and in 2006 Gray was ranked 19th.

Personal life[edit]

Gray has been married since August 2009 and together with her husband, they have two children.


  1. ^ a b c "All About Sally". UKTV Style. 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-02. 
  2. ^ "Sally Gray". UK Game Shows. Retrieved 2009-02-02. 

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