Cat is a multi talented TV presenter and performer. She joined BAFTA Award winning preschool channel CBeebies to co-present BBC Worldwide’s ‘CBeebies Africa’, which is exclusively available to DStv. After 6 months of presenting for BBC Worldwide, Cat was then asked to join the UKs favourite Preschool Channel as a core presenter. During her time on the channel, Cat has voiced and promoted the ‘Cbeebies app’, which received over 2 million downloads in less than 6 months and she has also voiced 2 series of ‘Lets Move’ for BBC Learning. Keen to do live work and to interact with the audience, she hosted and presented at ‘Mr Bloom and Friends Tour’ over the summer, which was a huge success. Also, as a very enthusiastic and eager traveller, Cat was asked to present links in Lapland for Christmas content, which in minus 30 degrees temperatures was an challenging but rewarding adventure. Cat is always in her element on stage and was cast as the narrator in her debut CBeebies TV Panto 'A CBeebies Christmas Carol’, it was a huge hit when it aired on BBC1 on Christmas Eve and remained on the bbc iplayer due to popular demand. As well as studio presentation, Cat is very experienced at presenting on location and thrives on the uncertainties of working outdoors, working with animals and the general public. Her professionalism and ability to adapt to different environments and situations make her a pleasure to work with. Cat’s presenting career began in her graduation year 2008, where she became one of five presenters on hit preschool show ‘Hi5’ (Cartoonito/Citv), which aired daily. Highlights over this period include performing at Cannes TV festival Mipcom, rehearsing alongside the Australian Hi5 cast in Sydney, a successful UK and Ireland tour of ‘Hi5 Surprise’ which was also at the HMV Apollo Hammersmith, performing for royalty in Abu Dhabi and guest presenting on Ireland’s favourite Children’s channel RTE Den Tots. Cat then returned to the stage performing as a drummer/dancer in a UK Number 1 Theatre Tour of musical extravaganza ‘DrumChasers’, voiced by Stephen Fry which travelled the country as well as many European Theatres. In 2012 Cat presented a Phonics series for Espresso Education, which was produced to introduce and reinforce phonics teaching in the classroom and is used in schools throughout the UK. Cat was born and raised in South East London to Mauritian parents and started her many years of dance and performance training at the tender age of 5. Her passion to perform turned into a career aim when she secured a place at the prestigious BRIT School in Croydon, training grounds for the likes of Amy Winehouse, Leona Lewis and Adele. She thrived on the challenges and performance opportunities during her 3 years there, including dancing at the BRIT Awards for boy band Blue and legend Tom Jones and also at BBC Bands Unsigned. Cat then went on to win a full scholarship to train at Bird College, where she gained a BA (Hons) Degree in Dance and Theatre Performance, completing her training as a professional dancer, singer and actress. Cat is a kind-hearted and generous character, who has the ability and drive to inspire and encourage others with her passion for the arts, travel and maintaining inner and outer health. Outside her TV and Voice Over work, Cat is a music enthusiast, music has always been a big part of her life, and she has an extensive range to her musical taste, which was influenced by her dancing background and Mauritian heritage.