James co-hosted Not Just Cricket on 5 Live with England Cricketers Graeme Swann and Jimmy Anderson. He appeared as a guest host on the 5 Live comedy sports program Fighting Talk with Colin Murray on 16 February 2013.
Greg was selected as a host of drivetime show with Scott Mills in February 2012. His show was taken up by The Official Chart.
The handsome heartthrob has maintained an amazing image as a TV presenter; starting with Sun, Sex and Holiday Madness on BBC Three in 2009, Sound on BBC Two and 2009 BRIT Awards in 2009 and 2010.
In 2011, performed a cameo role in the Doctor Who episode "Closing Time".
He worked in some other shows including Unzipped, How to Win Eurovision, Staying in with Greg and Russell, Family Guy and American Dad!, The Invictus Games, and I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse.
He played the role of a police officer in the BBC Three comedy murder mystery series Murder in Successville.
Quick Facts about Greg James
Born on 17 December 1985 in East Hertfordshire, England.
His parents were both teachers.
Father, Alan being a headteacher and mother Rosemary a special needs teacher.
Has a sister, Catherine.
As a child, he received three life-saving blood transfusions and was in an incubator for a week.
Used to play cricket for Hertfordshire Under-18s.
He was at the age of 14 entering in his first broadcasting career.
Enrolled at the Bishop's Stortford High School where he was a head boy.
Studied drama at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
Presented the BBC Three's coverage of Glastonbury in 2011 with the Reading and Leeds Festival in August 2012.
Hosted the BBC's coverage of festivals including Radio 1's Big Weekend, Tin The Park, Reading, and Glastonbury in 2014.
Wrote a children's book "Kid Normal" with newsreader Chris Smith. It was published on 13 July 2017.
Won a series of awards including Student Radio Award for 'Best Male Presenter' in 2005, 'Loaded Lafta' for 'Funniest Radio Show' and Silver Sony Radio Academy Awards for 'Best Entertainment Show' in 2013 with two Gold Radio Academy Awards in 2014 and 2016.
He is godfather to Ruby, the youngest daughter of England cricketer James Anderson.
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