Jenni Falconer Biography
Jenni Falconer was in her first term of studies when she got her big break on TV. It was while working at a local radio station that she was taken for an appearance on Blind Date. This was followed by other hot opportunities such as presenting for the BBC Scotland production, Les Chips.
Also in 1995, sexy Jenni Falconer co-presented BBC Scotlands outdoor and leisure series, The Big Country. Her involvement in the show lasted for 3 years. In 1997, she started to do the work of presenting the local magazine show, Tonight. Her appearance in the said show was twice each week.
This was followed by a contract with Yorkshire Television where she signed as a reporter for ITV shows We Can Work It Out and 3D. She did all of these commitments while attending school, but when she started to accept lots of TV works, she has decided to put her studies on hold.
Joining the bandwagon of GMTV in 2000 brought Jenni Falconer to the peak of her career as an anchorwoman. Even before she knew it, she was already a hot commodity in the industry. She co-anchored Entertainment Today with Ben Shepard and she got the chance to interview big stars of English films such as Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Clint Eastwood, Pierce Brosnan, Matt Damon and Sex and the City star Kim Catrall.
Her other TV credits include anchoring for Im A Celebrity Get Me out of Here and Drop the Celebrity. She also co-hosted numerous primetime specials and presented film specials, coverage and awards. In 2003, she was announced by the magazine Scotland as the Most Eligible Female.
Aside from being busy with left and right TV appearances, Jenni Falconer also writes on a column for the top magazine, Scotland. In 2005, she did an important hosting for the Tsunami Concert which was held at the Millennium Stadium. In May 2007, she got her first feature role as Jenny in Ecstasy. Jenni Falconer wishes that more films will follow in the future.