Nick Grimshaw

Nick Grimshaw

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Oldham-born broadcasting star Nick Grimshaw has been working for BBC Radio 1 for a decade.

He studied Communication and Media Studies at the University of Liverpool, where he also worked on the uni's LSRadio.

After presenting Switch with DJ Annie Mac, he then became the host of Radio 1's Weekend Breakfast Show.

Grimmy's career completely took off in 2012, when it was announced that he would be replacing long-standing The Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter Chris Moyles.

As well as enjoying a successful radio career, Grimshaw can regularly be spotted on British TV screens.

After taking on a hosting role on E4, he soon crossed over toe Channel 4 to present Freshly Squeezed alongside Alexa Chung and Jameela Jamil.

The popular TV personality has also worked on The One Show, Sweat the Small Stuff and Hotel of Mum and Dad.

One of Grimmy's most noteworthy appearances was on The X Factor, where he featured on the judging panel for one series.

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