New Channel 4 series The Secret Lives of Slim People launches on Monday night (February 11th).
A four-part series, presenter Sabrina Grant will help examine the secrets behind why certain people don’t put on weight, despite not exercising or dieting as rigorously as others.
So who is Sabrina Grant? And how did her career start?
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Who is Sabrina Grant?
Sabrina is a 31-year-old TV presenter from London.
Having graduated from the prestigious BRIT School in musical theatre, media and journalism, Sabrina has always been destined for a role like TV presenting.
She also gained a BA (Hons) in acting from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Despite this, Sabrina has been working behind the scenes for many years, confessing in an interview with Look.co.uk that she started out her TV career by making Jimmy Carr’s coffees.
We even found her first showreel, which features Disclosure and Sam Smith!
Sabrina started her career as a stylist, working on programmes such as Britain’s Got Talent and Strictly, before moving on-screen in 2015 with BBC Two learning programme, Round The Clock.
Her first big break was on award-winning Channel 4 documentary series Supershoppers, co-presenting alongside Anna Richardson.
You can follow Sab on Instagram under @thesabrinagrant, where she regularly posts about life as a journalist, writer and presenter.
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The Secret Lives of Slim People
You can catch Sabrina in action every Monday night.
Secret Lives of Slim People airs on Channel 4, at 8.30 pm.
There are four episodes in the series, with each episode focusing on different human guinea pigs as Sabrina and a team of private detectives attempt to unravel the secrets to staying slim.