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Trey Farley (born Jason Farley on 1 July 1975 in Manila, Philippines) is a TV producer/director and broadcaster, best known for presenting the BBC Children's Saturday flagship morning show Live & Kicking.
Farley's father is English and his mother Filipino. He studied Environmental Geoscience at University College London.
Farley has presented for MTV Europe as well as the British programmes Masters of Combat, Loves Like a Dog, Grandstand and Live & Kicking. He has also presented on The National Geographic Channel and The Discovery Channel. He began his career working for Mtv Asia as producer, director and presenter. He also won an award for 'Most Innovative Presenter' at the Asian Television Awards.
Farley's most recent appearance on TV was in late 2014 on The Discovery Channel as broadcaster on the documentary special 'After The Megastorm' about the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in his home country of the Philippines.
He is married to fellow television presenter Katy Hill, whom he met whilst presenting Live & Kicking. They have a daughter - Kaya Sky, and a son - Akira Seven.
- "RDF Management - Trey Farley". RDF Management. Retrieved 10 August 2008.