In early 2004 Debbie presented 9 Live, a daily game show on E4 revealing her quirky personality and head full of facts. Later in the year she filmed the self entitled King of the Road an 8 part motor car series on which she tried, tested & reported on a range of motor activities. 2006 was a very busy year for Debbie, as she became the face of ITV1’s cult entertainment game show Quizmania and was filmed for ITV1’s Red Bull Track Attack racing Formula One go carts against a whole host of celebrities. She also became the regular master of ceremonies for London’s West End Live, a 2 day live Theatrical Showcase in Leicester Square, attracting over 40,000 spectators.
In 2007 Debbie was cast as “Nicole Simpson” the owner of a doggy boutique in an innovative new soap based around an upmarket department store. The soap, which is to be aired later in 2008, is totally interactive and allows viewers to purchase anything featured on the show. In 2008 Debbie has also been filming the dynamic and innovative new cooking show, studentcooking.tv, aimed at teaching students how to cook healthy 5 star meals on a 2 star budget. 2008 will also see Debbie present at the prestigious Ivor Novello Awards in London where she will interview icons of the music world. Debbie is also a regular pundit and side kick to DJ Mike Mendoza on Talk Sport Radio where she chats to callers about popular culture & current affairs.
Debbie is involved in regular charity work having presented "Make Some
Noise" the biggest fundraising event of the year for Great Ormond Street
Hospital in early 2006. Debbie is also affiliated with Rethink one of the
leading charities for mental illness.
Debbie King is the ultimate girl next door with wide appeal and bags of charm. Her amazing sense of humour & ability to radiate on screen warmth makes her an endearing and natural TV personality. Debbie was literally born into show business, her mother a triple winner of Opportunity Knocks, her grandfather a comedian and song writer and her uncle an international theatre producer; it was only natural for Debbie to want to perform. Debbie made her debut appearance on the big screen at the age of 4 in Pink Floyd’s movie The Wall.
Debbie was a straight A student at school and left Newcastle University with a BA Honours Degree in History. In 2003, determined to make it in the world of television, Debbie created her own break in TV presenting when she was sent as a young reporter to interview Ken Livingstone & Glenda Jackson at a press conference. Debbie’s ability to outwit these leading politicians impressed her producer so much; that she was quickly given her own cutting edge youth orientated chat show on Sky’s Where Its At.