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From ITV Studios Love Island: SR4: Ep43 on ITV2 Pictured: Josh Denzel profession and job.

Love Island: What is Josh Denzel's job? Who does he work for?

Love Island 2018 star Josh Denzel has been reasonably quiet when it comes to his profession.

While others have been quick to announce their jobs as personal trainers and fitness instructors, nobody is really sure what it is that Josh does outside of the villa.

What is Josh Denzel’s profession? What’s his job? Who does he work for?

The Love Island / England squad – Josh Denzel – ITV2, series 4,

What is Josh Denzel’s Profession?

Josh Denzel is an established sports journalist from north London.

He studied at University of Liverpool, starting in 2010 and graduating three years later.

And no, despite being spotted cutting hair from time to time on Love Island 2018, he’s definitely not a secret hairdresser!

Who Does Josh Denzel Do For Work?

The 27-year-old has worked for renown digital publications LADbible and SPORTbible.

Josh’s main role has been working on camera as a TV presenter, where he has interviewed an illustrious list of sporting celebs such as Roger Federer, Anthony Joshua, Connor McGregor and Harry Kane.

Josh Denzel is no stranger to the camera, then, or famous faces and big live events.

He’s pretty much been primed for success in the villa over the past five years!

Anything Else?

Josh has also spent some time working as a model, although that’s kind of basic entry level stuff if you want to be on Love Island.

Closing in on 500,000 followers on Instagram, Josh is going to be hot property when he comes out of the villa and delves back into the presenting world.

Josh Denzel – coming to a TV channel near you.

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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.