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Charlotte "Charlie" Amy Serena Webster (born 9 November 1982 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire) is an English television presenter.


Webster attended Tapton School in Sheffield where she participated in elite junior athletics and went on to study Language and Linguistics at Newcastle University. At Newcastle she worked as a fitness instructor, amateur model and actress. She is a lifelong fan of Sheffield United.


Following university she took up modelling professionally, her assignments included becoming the face for Carlsbro, a UK amplifier manufacturer.

In 2005 she became a sports presenter for Real Madrid International Television in Spain where she worked and travelled with Real Madrid FC during the La Liga season including Champions League campaigns. She then moved to global sports broadcaster ESPN as presenter hosting live every Saturday night on Club EPL, featuring English Premier League matches on STAR Sports.

In 2008, Webster presented Setanta Sports News, and anchored ITV Sport's GP2 coverage.

She then presented sport on BBC East's local news magazine show Look East, with coverage of Norwich City and Ipswich Town including a sit down interview with Lewis Hamilton <>. As of 5 January 2009 Webster is now a full time roving reporter and sometime presenter on Channel Bee alongside Tim Lovejoy. Charlie can currently be seen regularly on Sky Sports speedway interviewing riders before and after races. She hosted the Speedway World Cup for Sky Sports in July 2009 from Poland.

In March 2010 Charlie took opart in a 4x4 Charity event in aid of Macmillan support, Charlie took an active role in the event, quickly learning the art of navigation and 4x4 driving, the event itself took place in the Mid to North Wales Forests. Charlie braved -4 degree temperatures to camp with the other 76 vehicle competitors that were taking part, all in all the event should raise over 100k for Macmillan Support for more info.

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