from 1994 to 1997, she presented on CBBC  and on SMart from 1996 to 1998, and had her own show, Josie, on Channel 5 in 1999. Joseph Fiennes's father was Mark Fiennes Joseph Fiennes's mother was Jini Fiennes. Looking for something to watch? She worked closely with Survivors Fund (SURF), a charity that supports survivors of the Rwandan genocide of 1994. She was a celebrity ambassador for the British Red Cross for whom she has travelled to both South Africa and Cambodia and been a guest speaker at their national assembly. She regularly presents Proms in the Park. Josie d'Arby (born 3 October 1972) is a Welsh actress writer, director, and television presenter from Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales. She and Cerys Matthews hosted the Children in Need section for Wales. His mother worked as a substitute teacher for junior high school. Joseph Fiennes's current partners: Joseph Fiennes's husband is Maria Dieguez. She presented a number of high-profile shows and in 1999 became the youngest British woman to host her own chat show, doing so on Channel 5. Biography[ edit] d'Arby, originally Collins, went to Lliswerry High School in her younger years before studying at Crosskeys College and then later the Anna Scher Theatre School d'Arby began a presenting career while still a student of acting at RADA. Josie d'Arby is a Welsh television presenter and painter from Newport, Wales. As a teenager she studied advanced improvisation at the Anna Scher Theatre, London. 4. Continuing her diverse career in television and the arts, Josie now works as a writer director and her first play ' The Newport Monologues' about life in her hometown, opened to rave reviews from press and audience in September 2012.. Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. d'Arby was one of the six cast members in Channel Four sketch series Spoons, and has recently made guest appearances in BBC Comedy series 'Miranda' and appears as herself in the Working Title movie 'Blackball'. Josie D'Arby, Actress: The Glass Man. She appeared in the 2011 video for the song, along with several other Welsh celebrities, made for Comic Relief. D'Arby began a presenting career while still a student of acting at RADA. In November 2011, she wrote and directed the off-beat New York Comedy A Magpie in the Mirror. . She presented a number of high-profile shows and in 1999 became the youngest British woman to host her own chat show on Channel 5. Recently she has been a presenter on BBC Young Musician of the Year, BBC Cardiff Singer of the World and BBC Choir of the Year. Josie is a fellow of the University of Wales. , On 23 August 2018, d'Arby hosted the final of Eurovision Young Musicians 2018 at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh alongside Petroc Trelawny.. d'Arby often hosts Proms in the Park for BBC Four. She has also worked in radio, as a co-presenter of The Steve Wright Show for BBC Radio 2 and has presented a number of documentaries for BBC Radio 4. d'Arby's first high-profile dramatic acting role was as series regular WPC Jodie Finn, in the BBC drama, Merseybeat .
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