Tv Presenter

Lucy Sassoon is a multi-talented artist. Not only is she a pianist and singer, but the last 14 years has also seen her in constant demand internationally as a TV presenter and Voiceover artist.

Following her early reportage on Channel 5's top magazine show, 'The Wright Stuff' , she progressed to weather girl for Channel 5 News; and presented short-form travel pieces for the Discovery Channel, the World Ten Pin Bowling Championships for Sky Sports and bid-up TV shows for AVAGO games channel. Her experience in terrestrial television advertorials is also extensive.

Passionate about the outdoors, Lucy moved to Sydney in 2005 and stayed 6 years. Within months, she had secured a regular weekly slot on prime time national television. Ultimately, she became the main advertorial presenter for Australia's highest rating daytime chat shows, Channel 9's Kerri-Ann Show and Channel 10's The Circle.

A familiar face on Australian television, Lucy also voiced the McDonalds ad campaigns and was a Nova FM and 2Day FM regular. Oh, and just to round off a full day's work, by night Sassoon's dulcet piano vocals graced Sydney's most exclusive hotel piano bars .

Lucy's recent return to British shores is stimulating interest. You'll be seeing and hearing a great deal more of Lucy Sassoon...

Voiceover Artist

Lucy's extensive career in Terrestrial TV voiceovers took off in 1998. She worked 5 years as the voice of Channel 5, 2 years as the channel voice of ITV1/ITV2, 3 years as the voice of the Biography Channel and Sci-fi Channel and 2 years as that of Challenge TV. At the same time, Lucy recorded regular promos across the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky and Living TV.

Ad campaigns with that Sassoon sound include The Brit Awards, BBC’s Talking Heads, Rob Brydon’s Marion and Geoff, MTV's Music Awards and regular promos for Eastenders -- amongst countless others.

Lucy's move to Australia entailed her mastering a more neutralised / transatlantic accent. This resulted in her simultaneous appointment as the voice of McCafe, The Sydney Morning Herald and a regular station voice on Nova FM.

Lucy's most commonly used accents include:
Northern/Mancunian (authentic);
Neutral/ Australian

Lucy's most commonly chosen read-styles are:
Sassy, Sexy, Northern, Authoritative, Commanding, Street, Urban

Lucy’s voice is often described as:
Velvety, Smooth, Rich, Warm, Sexy, Husky, Luxurious, Engaging

Age range:
Mid-20’s to 40’s