Jodie Prenger

Jodie Prenger

West End: One Man, Two Guvnors, Oliver!, Les Misèrables 
Other theatre includes: Abigail’s Party UK tour​, Spamalot, touring with John Barrowman on his UK concert tour, the BBC Radio Abba Concert in Hyde Park, and at Bryn Terfel's Faenol Festival.

She was a regular presenter of The Midweek National Lottery and Over the Rainbow, with other appearances including Hustle, Candy Cabs, Waterloo Road, Let's Do Lunch With Gino And Mel, Tonight's The Night, Born To Shine, Sing If You Can, The One Show, Saturday Kitchen, It Takes Two, The Hairy Bikers, This Morning, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Michael Ball Show, The David Dickinson Show, BBC's School Choir of the Year 2010, GMTV, Daily Cook's Challenge, Loose Women, Children In Need, Guesstimation, As Seen On TV, All Star Family Fortunes, New Year's Eve Live 2008 and I'd Do Anything

includes guest presenter on The Paul O'Grady Show and The Elaine Paige Show; guest co-host of Going Out with Alan Carr and Chris Evans' Breakfast Show; and soloist on Friday Night is Music: Thank You for the Music, James Bond Special and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 60th Birthday Party.

Recordings 
include 'So Close' with John Barrowman on his latest album, a duet with the Barbershop Boys 'I've Got Your Love to Keep Me Warm' and 'In The Mood' for The Very Best of Glenn Miller.

Her autobiography It's a Fine Life: My Story was published in 2009.