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Alison Hammond

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TV Personality, Presenter & Author

• Host of ITV’s hit daytime show ‘This Morning’

• Co-host of The Great British Bake Off

• BAFTA nominated judge on BBC One Saturday Night show ‘I Can See Your Voice’

• Two-time Author • 'You've Got To Laugh'  • 'Black In Time'

• Team Captain on Sky's 'Rob Beckett's Smart TV'


Adored for her quick wit, big heart and infamous laugh, Alison is one of the UK’s most popular TV presenters, famed for her hilarious celebrity interviews!  Our Queen of hearts owns the Friday sofa alongside Dermot O’Leary on ITV’s ‘This Morning’, gearing viewers up for the weekend!  


Alison also co-hosts the ultimate televised baking battle, ‘The Great British Bake Off’ and ‘The Great Stand Up to Cancer Bake Off’ for C4, receiving a nomination for the ‘Entertainment Performance’ category in the 2024 RTS Programme Awards with Noel Fielding.


As a firm family favourite into the evening schedule, Alison is a Team Captain on Sky TV’s ‘Rob Beckett’s Smart TV’ and earlier this year Alison was honoured to be able to continue the late, great Paul O’Grady’s legacy and host ‘For the Love of Dogs’ for Battersea Dogs Home and ITV, a role she is delighted to be chosen for.


Other career highlights include appearing on the judging panel for two series of BBC One's hit primetime entertainment show 'I Can See Your Voice', which earned her a BAFTA nomination in 2022 for ‘Best Entertainment Performance’; hosting the prestigious EE BAFTA Film Awards alongside Richard E Grant; being nominated in the ‘Best TV Presenter’ category at the 2023 National Television Awards; being a contestant on the BBC’s hit show 'Strictly Come Dancing'; appearing on ITV’s flagship show 'I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here'; and hosting BBC One’s tea-time Saturday night game show with comedian Joe Lycett — 'The Time It Takes'. In October 2021, Alison released her autobiography 'You've Got To Laugh' and in 2022 she released children’s history book ‘Black In Time’. And not forgetting where it all started — on the original ‘Big Brother’ on Channel 4 in 2002.


Most recently, Alison has been announced to be returning to Birmingham Hippodrome for 2024's festive season! Playing the magical mermaid in this year's Panto: Peter Pan.

Photo credit: Rankin Archive

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