Presenter | Influencer
Actor, singer and live host Rosie Ramsey has become an internet sensation over recent years as a result of her hilarious and unapologetically honest Instagram updates. With her infectious personality and quick wit, Rosie has amassed a huge number of dedicated followers who are captivated by her daily musings.
Former co-host of the drive-time show on Capital Radio in the North East, Rosie can now be found at the top of the podcast charts along with her husband, stand-up comedian Chris. The wildly successful and critically acclaimed series Shagged. Married. Annoyed. is one of the UK’s most listened to podcasts, with over 58 million downloads to date. It won both the Global Best Podcast award and the British Podcast Listeners’ Choice award in 2020.
Following the success of the series, Chris and Rosie announced a live arena tour which broke the record for the world’s biggest live podcast audience, selling out their whole tour within just 60 minutes of going on sale. In 2020, their book by the same name became a Sunday Times Best Seller, sharing the couple’s hilarious take on the highs and lows of married life.
On screen, Rosie has appeared on The Sara Cox Show (ITV), Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow (ITV), Married to a Celebrity: A Survival Guide and Parenting for Idiots for Channel 4. She was also seen interviewing WWE Superstar John Cena and Hollywood actor Lesley Mann for The Chris Ramsey Show on Comedy Central.
As a professionally trained performer, Rosie’s career has seen her star in multiple theatre and musical productions across the UK and overseas, including sharing the stage and duetting with global megastar Ed Sheeran.
IG: 800k followers
“Rosie was a wonderful host who brought energy and humour to our awards ceremony. She was a warm and empathetic presence with our young people and we have had nothing but positive comments on her hosting skills."
Princes Trust North East Awards
"Rosie was amazing and a brilliant human - hilarious as per. Event got amazing feedback!"
Influencing in 2020 Conference
"It went well, Rosie was amazing and the only pity was I didn't give her a hug to say thanks."
Living North Awards