Radio superstar Chris Moyles has been broadcasting across the UK for 25 years, broken world records, amassed a loyal audience of millions and helped raise over 10 million pounds for charity.
The longest serving presenter of the prestigious Radio 1 breakfast Show, Chris left the show in September 2012 having built an audience of over 8 million listeners and won critical acclaim including 6 Sony’s and 2 GQ ‘Radio Personality of the Year’ Awards.
In 2012, Lord Lloyd Webber personally requested Chris to play the part of King Herod in the Arena Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. The highly acclaimed production saw Chris perform alongside Tim Minchin and Melanie C at arenas across the UK.
In 2011, Chris broke the world record for the longest radio show ever, broadcasting nonstop for 52 hours and raising over £2.8million for Comic Relief.
In 2011, Chris broke the world record for the longest radio show ever, broadcasting nonstop for 52 hours and raising over £2.8million for Comic Relief. This huge effort, which was watched online by a record-breaking 3.8 million people followed the Comic Relief climb of Kilimanjaro in 2009 where Chris, alongside a team including Gary Barlow and Cheryl Cole, raised in excess of £3.5million for the charity.
Outside of the radio studio, Chris has released 2 bestselling books, had the fastest selling download single of all time in 2004 with ‘Dogz Don’t Kill People (Wabbits Do)’ and released two parody albums.
In TV, Chris co-devised and hosted Chris Moyles Quiz Night for Channel 4 which ran for 5 series. He presented Love Machine for Sky Living and his other television credits include: Live with Chris Moyles, The Chris Moyles Show, The Big Breakfast, Big Brother’s Big Mouth, Hotel Babylon, Top Gear, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Who do you think you are?.
Chris is now back on the air from 06.30-10.00 a.m. on Radio X.