Lateef Lovejoy is one of the UK’s finest young comedy actors who made his show business debut as a witty child on ITV’s famous morning gameshow “Mousetrap”. After that experience on the big screen he has never looked back.
Enjoy a night of unexepected hilarity as Lateef firmly takes the reigns of the ‘black Bafta’s’ and takes us on the ride of our lives. We expect he will be after Jonathon Ross’ job next!
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Known for her vivacious character and engaging personality, Leah Charles-King began her career in television in 2001, as the first black female TV presenter on Children’s ITV in its 25 year history, following 10 years in the music industry as a member of chart selling girl-band, “Kleshay”. The London based presenter has recently approached a milestone of 12 years in the media and TV industry alone.
Since then Leah has presented shows for the BBC, The Disney Channel and also major American network BET as one of their red carpet hosts. Leah is also a winner of the prestigious Screen Nation Award for Best Youth and Children’s Presenter (2004), as well as very recently receiving the “Best Woman in Media” accolade from the Wise Women Foundation.
She also co-hosted OHTV’s flagship talk show, “Its All Good”, and presented the making of “Somebody Please (Help Haiti)”, the remarkable project that brought together some of the world’s most renowned gospel artists to raise money for the Haiti earthquake in 2010.
Now also a TV Producer, Leah hopes to use her work in media to inspire young people and has a particular interest in empowering women using her own talents in media and production.
Leah is currently in production of a groundbreaking documentary, entitled ‘Invisible Women: Black, British and Female’. This documentary is being produced by her own production and events company, Princess King Media, and will follow Leah as she goes in search to highlight Black female role models within the UK and find out their challenges in trying to be a voice and inspiration for others.
“I am ecstatic and honored to be co-hosting the 2013 Screen Nation awards with my dear friend, Lateef Lovejoy. The Screen Nation Awards were one of the first to recognize and award my talents in the early years of my career, and I’m absolutely delighted to be involved in this year’s fabulous awards ceremony. Its going to be the best yet!”