Nigel ClarkeBritish TV Presenter
British TV Presenter
Nigel Clarke is a British TV Presenter known for his work on CBBC, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon, his energetic and friendly style appeals to all ages. In addition he is also a senior cast member in the hugely successful stage show STOMP, and was part of the original London cast.
Born and raised in London to West Indian Parents, Nigel is a rare find. Talented in a number of areas including Presenting, Dance, Music, and Sport, Nigel has crammed a great deal into his 17years as a British TV Presenter. After leaving Nickelodeon in 2004 where he was one of their most popular presenters for 2 years, he was seen co-presenting both series of the RTS award winning show No Girls Allowed. Broadcast live every Saturday morning on Five, the show featured fast cars, bikes, sports and boys toys!
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Since then Nigel has presented many programmes including Dance Factory, Clutter Nutters, Sportsround and Totally Rubbish for BBC. Toonattik for GMTV, Unlimited for facebook, Skillicious for ITV, My Camp Rock for Disney, and Rat Race Urban Adventure for Channel 4. He even hosted the red carpet and backstage interviews at the Childrens BAFTAS 2011. The Nigel Clarke Showreel can be seen here and contains lots of clips from the aforementioned shows. Most recently he has made a series of behind the scenes programmes for the latest Disney releases. Make sure you check them out on the Nigel Clarke Videos Page.
Nigel has a wealth of experience and has shown himself to be a natural presenter. He is comfortable interviewing stars, vox popping with members of the public, presenting live in the studio and on location, and interacting with his co-presenters.
As well as being a British Tv Presenter, Nigel also performs in the hugely successful percussion show STOMP. Both in the West End and on Tour. This has enabled him to perform at events such as the Olympics Closing Ceremony 2012, Live at the Palladium, The Royal Variety Performance, The World Music Awards and many more.
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