Fiona Phillips
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Born in Canterbury, Kent
Born on 1st of January 1961

Born 1961 - Journalist and broadcaster.

Began her career in radio working for local stations before joining BBC South East's Weekend Programme as co-presenter. Took a job as a reporter on Sky News becoming the station's entertainment's editor. Joined GMTV early 1993 as entertainment correspondent, promoted to GMTV/Reuters Television's LA correspondent. Has been the main presenter on the ITV1 morning show GMTV since 1997. Nominated for the RTS Interview of the Year Award in 1996. Supporter of many charities and patron of Barnardos, Alzheimer's Society, Age Concern, Richard House Children's Hospice, and Mildmay Mission Hospital.

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