Danielle Nichols Biography
In 1998, Danielle Nichols was chosen amongst 900 applicants to host CITV, a show that ran live for six days a week and had an average of over 4 million viewers. On CITV, she was able to meet and interview famous stars such as Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears and Victoria Beckham. Being ITVs most trusted young host, Danielle Nicholls was sent to Australia to present the behind-the-scenes special of the series Home and Away in 2000. The same year, she, along with Eammon Holmes and Carol Vorderman, hosted the ITV Day of Paradise live. This was followed by the live game show, Mad For It.
Danielle Nichols left CITV in December 2001, after being one of the networks most popular presenters for three years. She then became a presenter of three series in Channel 5s karaoke show, Night Fever. She also made a brief return to childrens television as the host of the Saturday morning show, Diggit. In 2003, she toured the whole of United Kingdom with Mark Speight for the road show of Speight of the Art.
She became the face of Sky Movies in July 2002, and after almost a year doing continuity announcements for the channel, she left in 2003. In 2004, Danielle Nichols presented the show The Unprofessionals, wherein she became an all-around performer doing tasks such as a childrens party entertainer, pole dancer, drain unblocker and taxidermist. In 2006, she became the host of Text2Date, a late night show that allows audiences to meet and date using mobile phone text messages.
Apart from being a television presenter, Danielle Nichols guest starred in shows such as Trisha, This Morning, Bedrock, Boys and Girls, The Last Word, and Dick and Dom in da Bungalow. During her absence from CITV in 2000, Danielle Nichols became active in theater work and took on the title role in the play Snow White, which was held at the Opera House in Manchester.
In 2006, Danielle Nichols married football player Dean Holden of Falkirk FC.