Dawn O’Porter Wiki
Dawn O’Porter is a Television presenter, director, and writer. She is from the United Kingdom. Despite being a Guernsey native, she was born in Alexandria, Scotland.
|Date of Birth||23 January 1979|
|Place of Birth||Alexandria, United Kingdom|
|Height||5′ 9″ (175 cm)|
|Net worth||$1 million (estimated)|
Dawn O’Porter Education
Dawn O’Porter attended the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts to study acting, but after her third year she changed her mind and chose to do work experience on the television show Baddiel and Skinner Unplanned rather than take part in a school play.
Dawn O’Porter Career
Dawn Porter originally gained significant public interest when she used extreme dieting techniques to try to reach a size zero for the BBC documentary Super Slim Me. Porter also spoke on Channel 4’s How to Look Good Naked during the segment on product testing.
In 2008, Porter explored attitudes about nudity, lesbianism, dating, and pregnancy in a four-part BBC Three documentary series called Dawn… (14 February–6 March) (including childbirth). Porter also made an appearance in Seriously Dirty Dancing, a Channel 5 tribute to her favorite movie, Dirty Dancing.
Porter provided the narration for the BBC Three series Undercover Princes in February 2009.
Porter was scheduled to host a documentary about breast cancer called The Booby Trap for Sky1 in May 2009. The program, titled My Breasts Could Kill Me, broadcast on July 6-7, 2009. 181,000 people watched the premiere (0.9% share). In the documentary, Porter showed up without a top to have a breast exam and breast screening.
Hot Patootie TV is Porter’s own production company for television.
Porter hosted and co-produced a Channel 4 programme called This Old Thing that examined vintage apparel in 2014. Porter is the host of Soul Food on Vice’s Munchies. In April 2021, Industrial Media and her production business Trilogy Films agreed to a comprehensive agreement.
She released Diaries of an Internet Lover in 2006. Her debut book, Paper Aeroplanes, about a close female friendship that was loosely inspired by her own childhood in Guernsey, was published in May 2013.
In 2016, she published The Cows, which has since appeared on the Sunday Times Best Sellers list.
Her book, So Lucky, was released by HarperCollins in October of this year.
Dawn O’Porter was a founding member of the nonprofit organization Help Refugees.
Dawn O’Porter Husband
Dawn O’Porter married Chris O’Dowd in August 2012, and she then adopted the name Dawn O’Porter.
She gave birth to their son, Art, in January 2015 in Los Angeles, where they currently reside.
Valentine, O’Porter’s second son, was born in 2017.
Dawn O’Porter Net worth
Dawn O’Porter has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She is a Television presenter, director, and writer.