Dawn O'Porter

TV Show Host

Dawn O'Porter was born in Scotland, United Kingdom on January 23rd, 1979 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 45, Dawn O'Porter biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 23, 1979
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Scotland, United Kingdom
45 years old
Zodiac Sign
Television Presenter, Writer
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Dawn O'Porter Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Dark brown
Eye Color
Dark brown
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Dawn O'Porter Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Chris O'Dowd ​(m. 2012)​
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Dawn O'Porter Career

Television career

Having established her credentials as a writer and journalist, Porter first came to widespread public attention when she attempted to slim down to a size zero by using drastic dieting regimes for the BBC documentary Super Slim Me. Porter also presented the product-testing section of How to Look Good Naked on Channel 4.

In 2008, Porter presented a BBC Three series of four documentary films, Dawn... (14 February–6 March), exploring attitudes to nudity, lesbianism, dating and pregnancy (including childbirth). Porter also appeared in Seriously Dirty Dancing, a tribute to her favourite film, Dirty Dancing, for Channel 5.

Later that year, she made a four-part series called Extreme Wife for Channel 4. In the first programme, Dawn Porter: Free Lover (30 September 2008), Porter travelled to San Diego, California, to investigate polyamory, then she travelled to former East Germany to visit ZEGG in Belzig, a German free love commune. The programme highlighted the world of free love, such as ritual sensuous oil sessions with naked people covered in warm olive oil, and included discussions with the people who lived in the commune. It premiered with 1.75m viewers (10.7% share).

In the second programme, Dawn Porter: Mail Order Bride (7 October 2008), Porter travelled to Odessa, Ukraine, with a group of American men in their search for a partner. The third programme, Dawn Porter: Geisha Girl (14 October 2008), saw Porter travel to Kyoto, Japan, and spend a week in a geisha house. In the fourth and final programme, Dawn Porter: Polygamist's Wife (21 October 2008), Porter investigated women who are prepared to share their husbands with other women. This included a stay in Centennial Park, Arizona.

In February 2009, Porter narrated the BBC Three series Undercover Princes.

In May 2009, it was announced that Porter would present a documentary, The Booby Trap, exploring breast cancer, for Sky1. The show aired on 6–7 July 2009, under the title My Breasts Could Kill Me. It premiered with 181,000 viewers (0.9% share). Porter appeared topless in the documentary to undergo a breast examination and breast screening.

Porter has her own television production company Hot Patootie TV.

On 11 November 2011, Porter made an appearance in Derren Brown – The Experiments entitled "The Secret of Luck" and later filmed six episodic advertisements for Andrex Washlets. She appeared in E4 drama Skins and has appeared on the television show Balls of Steel.

In 2012, Porter organised an Oxfam "get together" alongside friend Gemma Cairney, and raised money for Oxfam by selling clothing previously owned by celebrities.

In 2014 Porter hosted and co-produced a series for Channel 4 called This Old Thing exploring vintage clothing. Porter hosts Soul Food on Munchies for Vice. Her production company Trilogy Films struck an overall deal with Industrial Media in April 2021.

Writing career

O'Porter writes for many publications, on feminism and aspects of women's lifestyle.

In 2006, she published Diaries of an Internet Lover. In May 2013, she released her first novel, Paper Aeroplanes, the fictional tale of an intense female friendship loosely inspired by her own childhood in Guernsey.

Her publication, The Cows, was released in 2016 and has since been featured on the Sunday Times Best Sellers list.

In October 2019, HarperCollins published her novel, So Lucky.


During a rare outing together at a charity fashion bash, Dermot O'Leary cosies up to wife Dee Koppang

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 22, 2023
On Wednesday, Dermot O'Leary and his wife Dee Koppang made their first public appearance together at the Choose Love pop-up shop for Help Refugees in London. At the Carnaby Street festival, the TV presenter, 50, cut a casual figure in a cream 'Choose Love' T-shirt and black joggers. In comparison, Dee wore a black and white striped top under a trench coat, looking very fashionable.

Our favorite celebrities open up about their personal lives

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 1, 2023
In 2023, celebrities, writers, and other famous faces all shared their secrets to happiness. This includes foraging, noting them, and digital detoxes. Other suggestions are making a list of your achievements, leaving Twitter and growing herbs

Riverdale actress Djouliet Amara bares impressive curves at AppleTV+ Primetime Emmy Nominees Party

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 13, 2022
Djouliet Amara showed off her impressive curves while she walked down the red carpet of the AppleTV+ Primetime Emmy Nominees Party on Monday. The 27-year-old actress wore a sheer black gown over a black bra and thong set. The underwear did very little to hide her long legs and pert derrière.
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