Our Showbiz Correspondent travels back to the radio station in Scotland where his career began...
I made my first stage performance at the tender age of five, first radio broadcast when I was 15 and had my television debut at 17.
Currently, I can be seen on Daybreak and Lorraine as their Los Angeles Correspondent. My national TV career started after being chosen from over 3600 hopefuls to host ITV's Young Krypton. Since then I've hosted nearly 30 television series for BBC, ITV and Sky!
I have also been on American television hosting shows on VH1. For five years I was the Entertainment Anchor on KTLA/The CW Channel 5's Prime News, winning four Emmys and a Golden Mic award along the way.
My film credits include The Day After Tomorrow and Trust Me, playing US talk show host Ray Lungo. I voiced the role of Jinkins in Star Wars, Jedi Fighter 2 for Lucas Arts.
Before leaving London I played one of the leading roles in Dick Whittington, London's musical for the millennium. I also played Frank n Furter in The Rocky Horror Show and created the role of Wallace in the musical Summer Holiday.
My relaxed and informal style has resulted in some of the best interviews with many of the world's biggest stars, including Johnny Depp, Halle Berry, fellow Scots Sean Connery and Gerard Butler, Take That, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Prime Minister Tony Blair. My worldwide interviews were recognized with an award from the Variety Club of Great Britain.
On radio I became Britain's youngest daytime host on Scotland's Radio Clyde, winning many awards in the process. He has hosted thousands of radio shows, including shows on London's Capital Radio, Radio 5, and Talk Radio.
I am also the voice of American Express... but sadly he can't pay off your balance.