Speaker / Host
Aggie MacKenzie is a television presenter and journalist, best known for co-presenting C4’s highly popular ‘How Clean is Your House?’. The exceptionally successful reality show saw Aggie MacKenzie and co-host Kim Woodburn snoop around filthy homes and expose their deepest, dirtiest corners. Available as a speaker and host, Aggie is hailed as the queen of cleaning remedies for household spots and stains.
About Aggie MacKenzie
Aggie MacKenzie rose to fame in August 2002 when she was asked if she would like to be considered for a TV series. At the screen test she was introduced to Kim and the rest, she says, is history. The programme was so successful that it ran for six series (plus two in the U.S.) and is now broadcast internationally, from Norway to Namibia. Aggie was taught the art of cleaning by her mother, who deployed a dizzying array of cleaning solutions.
Aggie MacKenzie was born in Rothiemurchus, Aviemore, in 1955 until she left in 1973 to study to be a bilingual secretary in Aberdeen. Following this, she began work for the Foreign Office in London. On her first day, it was revealed that she was actually at MI6. Never afraid of a challenge, Aggie agreed to stay and took on her first Miss Moneypenny role. She was offered an overseas post after two years but felt that embassy life was not for her. Instead, she left to embark on a career in women’s magazines, which in turn led her to becoming head of the Good Housekeeping Magazine Insititute
As well as presenting ‘How Clean is Your House?’ Aggie has made appearances on numerous television shows, from cooking programmes to celebrity quiz shows. She has appeared frequently on shows such as Breakfast News, GMTV, This Morning and The One Show.
As the author of multiple books, Aggie has turned her hand to writing everything from family cookbooks to cleaning bibles.