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Jenni Falconer (born February 12, 1976; age 44) hosted the British behind-the-scenes documentary series, 24 in 24, that explores the popularity of 24 and provides 24 reasons why everyone should watch "the best action on TV."

Biography and career[edit | edit source]

Falconer was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and grew up between the towns of Bishopbriggs and Milngavie. Her family relocated to the South of England when she was seven years old. Falconer then studied at the independent Abbey School, and then attended the University of Leeds in 1994. She majored in Spanish and Italian, with minors in Latin, Geography and Management Studies.

During her time in college, Falconer started her TV career. ITV offered her a contract to make a documentary and consumer show called The Big Country in 1995. After that, she has hosted numerous TV shows like Entertainment Today, Something for the Weekend, and This Morning.

Falconer has also worked in radio, hosting Heart's Sunday morning show. She also hosted the 4 O'Clock Club during weekdays.

Falconer is married to James Midgley. They have a daughter together.

Selected filmography[edit | edit source]

  • A Bear's Christmas Tail (2004)

Television appearances[edit | edit source]

  • Lorraine (2019)
  • The Saturday Show (2016)
  • This Morning (2011-2014)
  • Something for the Weekend (2009-2010)
  • GMTV (2003-2007)

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