Daisy Donovan Biography
She first was a receptionist, and eventually became a runner on The Eleven OClock Show. The shows producers were in search of a female interviewer, who, instead of acting out straight would rather use comedic lines and tried Daisy Donovan. She then made appearances as the It Girl, Pandora Box-Grainger. Because of her comedic performance each time the cameras go on the roll, Daisy Donovan was promoted to presenter. She then became the Angel of Delight who was let loose to interview politicians. In one episode, she asked British Labour politician Denis Healey if he would ever give Margaret Thatcher a pearl necklace. This comedic yet strong willed interview led her to a hosting job with co-actor Iain Lee on the same show from late 1999 to 2000. In the middle of 1999, the executives of BBC 4 were rumored to be considering her as the new host of The Big Breakfast, but no further details followed.
Being on of Britains best comediennes and presenters, Daisy Donovan moved on to be the host of Does Doug Know? and Daisy Daisy, which she wrote and produced. In 2006, Daisy Donovan presented the British Fashion Awards. She as well gained fame and recognition from the American audiences with her show Daisy Does America.
Daisy Donovan is not only an actress and presenter but a sexy figure in show business as well. She has been on the list of FHMs 100 Sexiest Women for three consecutive years, 2000, 2001 and 2002.
Among her other film and television credits include Spiceworld: The Movie, Still Crazy, Parting Shots, My Family, Second Nature, Agatha Christies Death on the Nile, Coming Up, Angels Hell, Millions, and Death at a Funeral.
Daisy Donovan married her longtime boyfriend Dan Mazer in Morocco in 2005.