Zoë Ball

as Herself in the movie Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty

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Real name is Zoë Louise Ball
Was born at 23 November 1970 (now is 47 years old) in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, UK
There is some small facts about Zoë Ball:
  • Daughter of former UK Children's TV presenter 'Johnny Ball (I)'
  • Supports Manchester United football club.
  • Has 'written' a book on her football "dream team".
  • Zoe and husband 'Fatboy Slim' have two children. Son Woody Fred Cook was born on 15th December 2000 and daughter Nelly May Lois Cook was born on 14th January 2010.
  • Voted Sexiest Female Voice in Radio in a poll by Trojan condoms.
Also look some video clip about Zoë Ball:
There is the list of movies, where Zoë Ball was taked part:
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1 Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty movie Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty 2001 as Herself
2 DiscoMania 2: Dont Stop the Music movie DiscoMania 2: Dont Stop the Music 2005 as Herself
3 Morecambe & Wise: In Their Own Words movie Morecambe & Wise: In Their Own Words 2008 as Herself
4 Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour movie Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour 2008 as Herself
5 Top of the Pops: The True Story movie Top of the Pops: The True Story 2001 as Herself - Presenter, 1997-98
6 Britains Best Brain movie Britains Best Brain 2009 as Herself - Host (2009)
7 Gogglebox movie Gogglebox 2013 as Strictly Come Dancing Presenter
8 Strictly Come Dancing movie Strictly Come Dancing 2004 as Herself - Contestant
9 Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two movie Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two 2004 as Herself
10 The Simpsons: Americas First Family movie The Simpsons: Americas First Family 2000 as Herself - Narrator
11 100 Greatest TV Moments from Hell movie 100 Greatest TV Moments from Hell 2000 as Herself - Presenter
12 BAFTA: Films in the Frame movie BAFTA: Films in the Frame 2014 as Herself - Presenter
13 BAFTA: Films in the Frame movie BAFTA: Films in the Frame 2015 as Herself - Presenter
14 BAFTA: Films in the Frame movie BAFTA: Films in the Frame 2016 as Herself - Presenter
15 BBC Future Generations movie BBC Future Generations 1998 as Herself
16 Brit Awards 1997 movie Brit Awards 1997 1997 as Herself - Presenter, Best British Album Award
17 Brit Awards 1998 movie Brit Awards 1998 1998 as Herself
18 Brit Awards 1999 movie Brit Awards 1999 1999 as Herself - Presenter, Best British Newcomer Award
19 Brit Awards 2000 movie Brit Awards 2000 2000 as Herself - Presenter
20 Brit Awards 2002 movie Brit Awards 2002 2002 as Herself - Host
21 Comic Relief Jukebox movie Comic Relief Jukebox 1999 as Herself
22 Comic Relief: The Record Breaker movie Comic Relief: The Record Breaker 1999 as Herself - Host
23 Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty movie Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty 2013 as Herself - Presenter
24 Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor movie Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor 2013 as Herself - Presenter
25 Eastenders: Backstage with Zoe Ball & Joe Swash movie Eastenders: Backstage with Zoe Ball & Joe Swash 2015 as Herself - Presenter
26 Hackers Birthday Bash: 30 Years of Childrens BBC movie Hackers Birthday Bash: 30 Years of Childrens BBC 2015 as Herself
27 Happy Birthday E.T. movie Happy Birthday E.T. 2012 as Herself - Narrator
28 Happy Birthday Shirley movie Happy Birthday Shirley 1996 as Herself
29 Martine McCutcheon: This Is My Moment movie Martine McCutcheon: This Is My Moment 1999 as Herself
30 Nations Favourite 70s Number One movie Nations Favourite 70s Number One 2015 as Herself
31 Nationwide Mercury Prize 2001 movie Nationwide Mercury Prize 2001 2001 as Herself
32 NME Awards 2004 movie NME Awards 2004 2004 as Herself
33 Psyche: Whose Video Is It Anyway? movie Psyche: Whose Video Is It Anyway? 1994 as Herself - Presenter, O-Zone
34 Queen Mania movie Queen Mania 2005 as Herself - Host
35 Queen Mania: The Show Must Go On movie Queen Mania: The Show Must Go On 2005 as Herself
36 Red Nose Awards movie Red Nose Awards 1997 as Herself - Presenter
37 Shameful Secrets of the 90s movie Shameful Secrets of the 90s 2005 as Herself - Presenter
38 Still Crazy movie Still Crazy 1998 as Zoë
39 Tales of Television Centre movie Tales of Television Centre 2012 as Herself - Presenter
40 The Band Aid Story movie The Band Aid Story 2004 as Narrator
There is the list of interview of Zoë Ball:
  • "Hello!" (UK), 1 October 2002, Iss. 733, pg. 10-12, by: Liz Kavanagh, "Zoe Ball talks about life with DJ husband Norman Cook, how she lost foour stone after having their baby and her radio comeback"
  • "The Sun" (UK), 16 February 1999, pg. 3, by: Dominic Mohan, Adam Lee-Potter and Jon Carter, "I'm Zoe Happy to be Mrs Fatboy Slim"
  • "Esquire" (UK), January 1999, Vol. 9, Iss. 1, pg. 89-93+155, by: Tim Moore, "The Radio 1 Bed Show"
  • "Radio Times" (UK), 13 May 1995, Vol. 285, Iss. 3721, pg. 130, by: David Gillard, "My kind of day"
There is the list of some printed articles of Zoë Louise Ball:
  • "Heat" (UK), 9 February 2002, pg. 22-23, "Zoe Ball has a go at Fatboy's job"
  • "Heat" (UK), 15 December 2001, pg. 54-55, "Relationship of the week - Zoe and Norm"
The image of Zoë Louise Ball was on the covers of these magazines:
  • "Sky Magazine" (UK), February 1999
  • "Esquire" (UK), January 1999, Vol. 9, Iss. 1
  • "Sky Magazine" (UK), May 1997, Iss. 129
  • "Sky Magazine" (UK), February 1996, Iss. 114
There is the list of some quotes of Zoë Ball:
  • [on 'Russell T. Davies' ] Genius.
  • [on 'Matt Smith (XI)' ] I'm sure we all agree he is a brilliant Doctor and he'll be very much missed.
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