Jeff is one of the UK’s most loved and in demand TV presenters, and instantly recognisable for his appearances on 'Dancing on Ice' in 2011. He has hosted ITV2’s 'I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2' and appears regularly on 'This Morning'. The former husband of Jade Goody, with whom he had two boys, he is a very hands on father and understands the issues facing young people today.
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Jeff Brazier is a highly experienced and technically capable presenter, equally at home, in a live or prerecorded studio environment, on OB, with auto-cue and live direction. He is able to put even the most challenging guests at ease, as well as having a fantastic relationship with his live audiences, which all makes for great programming. In 2011 he was handed the reins of Channel 5's daily magazine show, 'OK! TV', which went out every week day at 6.25pm. He was also given the role of 'This Morning's' X Factor correspondent on ITV1 which he was presenting live every Monday throughout the series. We have seen him as a live OB presenter for the X Factor finals, as a presenter for ITV2's 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now' in Australia, and as a co-presenter on Sky 1's 'Angela and Friends'. He also won a lot of new fans when he reached the quarter-finals of the 2011 'Dancing On Ice' competition for ITV1. As well as presenting, Jeff has been the face of many successful commercial campaigns for the likes of BSkyB/Skyride, Suzuki and Clothes Show Live; to name but a few. He also wrote a monthly parenting column in the Daily Mirror, a parenting blog for Mamas and Papas, as well as an agony uncle column for Closer magazine. He also wrote a weekly blog for MSN for 3 months during and after his time on 'Dancing on Ice'.
Jeff Brazier is 38 and lives in Chelmsford, Essex and was originally a professional footballer, signed to Leyton Orient FC but had to retire after succumbing to injury problems, but he stills plays football and is often involved in charity matches. He has two young sons, Bobby, and Freddie, and from his experiences of being a single-parent he came up with the programme idea for 'Superdaddy' which was broadcast by Living TV. He has also developed and presented a programme for BBC3 'My Brother and Me', which was broadcast in December 2010 amidst much critical acclaim.