sarah-jane crawford
Sarah-Jane Crawford

Sarah-Jane has been presenting live TV and radio for 10 years and remains one of the leading lights of British entertainment, music and more recently vegan culture.

A presenter, voice over artist, DJ, actress and now vegan tech entrepreneur! But where did it all start for the southeast London native?

Well, she’s loved for her broadcasting style which remains effortless and friendly, which can best be described as sharp and effervescent, certainly owing to her honing her skills over 8 years at BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, as she hosted her own prime time weekly daytime show.

Her TV credits make up an impressive list from hosting to the UK and US audience for E! News covering award shows such as the BAFTAs to perhaps most notably getting recruited by Simon Cowell to host the Xtra Factor spin off show on the world famous X factor on ITV.

In January 2017 and 2018 the UK’s eyes were on Sarah-Jane Crawford co-hosting Channel 5’s iconic sport / entertainment commission World’s Strongest man and she will so again.

Her TV credits include 3 years at Channel 4 on the E4 Music zone which saw her interview everyone from Usher to Robert DeNiro, and hosting the MTV chart week in and week out from 2009-2015.

As if this wasn’t enough she also became a favourite with a more junior audience by hosting ‘My Camp Rock The Final Jam’ on the Disney channel.

Not to be outdone in the commercial realm Sarah-Jane has also been the face of L’Oréal in the their recent “True Match” campaign which celebrates diversity, and has had endorsement deals with the likes of Garnier, Pandora and Sleek Hair extensions.

In 2015 Sarah-Jane became a vegan after trying out a 21 day challenge as a radio show feature for her daily show and in Jan 2018 will launch her own restaurant guide and recipe database vegan app called Viappi as a result of her knew lifestyle and desire to make veganism easier for everyone. She’s also the international ambassador for vegan charity Veganuary for 2018 which can be seen on posters across the UK, the US and Australia.