Sophie Blake

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Sophie Blake
Born (1972-11-09) 9 November 1972 (age 44)

Sophie Blake (born 9 November 1972), is an English television presenter and former model.


Blake studied drama, and then travelled working in bars and restaurants for a few years. She did some modelling, and put a home-made show-reel together which United Sports picked up, and got her interviewing footballers in the back of limousines.[1] She then worked on Sport on Five on Five, including presenting Techno Games.

Blake used to work for Sky Sports presenting speedway, she stood down from this role at the end of the 2007 season. She has also interviewed for the Mosconi Cup and the Super Bowl coverage. She has recently used this higher exposure and her looks to appear in a series of "lads mags" including Maxim and Nuts as well as appearing topless in Page Three.

Personal life[edit]

Blake has one younger sister Lucy and two half-sisters Charlotte (14) and Nia (4). She also has two step-brothers, Ritchie and Mark, and a step-sister called Nicola. Sophie Blake and her husband Scott Nicholls have a daughter born in May 2007, called Maya. In 2009 Blake was diagnosed with Asherman's syndrome where due to complications from the birth of her first child the formation of scar tissue causes adhesions in the womb.[2] In November 2010, against all odds, Sophie announced that she and partner Nicholls were expecting their second child.