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Alexis Green

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Ethnicity  White British
TV shows  South Today
Role  News presenter
Name  Alexis Green
Occupation  Presenter

Alexis Green wearing black and pink dress while at work as a weather presenter

Notable credits  GMTV, ITV News London, South Today
Similar  Alina Jenkins, Nina Ridge, Carol Kirkwood

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Alexis Green is a British broadcast journalist and presenter, best known for her work as a weather presenter on the regional news programme BBC South Today.

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Early life

Alexis Green wearing black and pink dress while at work as a weather presenter

Green was born in Winchester and was first brought up in Twyford. At age 4 she moved with her family to Fordingbridge where she helped run a family farm. At age 16 she moved to Mudeford, Dorset, on the coast.

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Green graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Sports Science, and then worked as a personal trainer in London, but soon decided this wasn't right for her.

Broadcast career

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At age 23, Green started as a runner at CBBC on the series Serious Arctic (2005).

Green later moved on to become a researcher and then studio floor manager at ITN for Channel 4 News and Five News. This role included operating cameras, controlling autocue and standing in as a weather presenter.

Next, Green volunteered in Surrey at a local radio station, where she later presented the Midlands travel news for two years. After this she went back to London and began presenting travel news on ITV, GMTV, Talk Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live.

Personal life

She enjoys running with her dog and horse riding, and has taken part in two marathons.

References

Alexis Green Wikipedia