Gaby Roslin is one of the country's most popular TV and radio presenters, the host of her own chat show on BBC Radio London, GABY’S TALKING PICTURES for BBC Radio 4, and SHOP SMART: SAVE MONEY on Channel 5. Her other hosting credits include THE NATIONAL LOTTERY DRAWS for BBC1, THE SATURDAY SHOW on Channel 5, and most recently, two-part documentary THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP: HOW TO SLEEP BETTER also for Channel 5.
Gaby made her TV debut presenting the children's programme MOTORMOUTH live on ITV, later being invited to join Chris Evans as the co-presenter of C4's ground breaking new daily programme THE BIG BREAKFAST, going on to host the show for three and a half years.
During that time, she also presented BBC HOLIDAY and travelled to Africa to film PREDATORS with the award-winning Survival team. From 1998 until 2002, Gaby worked exclusively for the BBC, fronting both entertainment and factual programmes including THE TERRY AND GABY SHOW, WHATEVER YOU WANT, CITY HOSPITAL, A QUESTION OF TELEVISION and to bring in the New Year, she presented 28 hours of live non-stop television for BBC1's Millennium celebration 2000 TODAY.
In 2002, Gaby made her West End acting debut playing the role of Mama Morton in CHICAGO, later returning to the stage again for the National Theatre's production of DINNER.