Jaquie Brown

Presenter, Actor

British-born Jaquie Brown moved downunder at age 15, and began winning radio awards in the late 1990s. After co-hosting TV2's late night music show Space, she presented on C4 and reported for Campbell Live. In 2008 Brown co-created double Qantas award-winning comedy The Jaquie Brown Diaries. She played a once popular TV personality trying to recapture her fame. Since then Brown has presented parenting series Keep Calm and Carry On, and madcap game show Pop Goes the Weasel. She co-wrote Cannes-nominated short film Nothing Special, and has been a guest host on Three's primetime show The Project.

I was the lead rat in The Pied Piper of Hamelin. It’s hard to come down from that kind of level. From the lead rat, where would I go? Jaquie Brown in an interview with The Listener, 29 July 2016