• About Julie Peasgood

    About Julie Peasgood

    Julie is an actress, TV presenter, author and currently resident sex and relationships expert on ITV1's The Alan Titchmarsh Show. In 2007, her first book, The Greatest Sex Tips in the World, was published.

    Sex Expert Julie Peasgood Greatest Sex Tips... went on to win her Scarlet Magazine's Best Erotic Writer Award, and which is now available in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Poland and Russia.

    Julie has two regular columns in Now and Yours magazines and she writes about sex for Metro, Cosmopolitan, Bella, Woman,The Sun, Scarlet, Men's Health Magazine, Slimmer Magazine, and the Durex website. She has also been a regular agony aunt for No.1 and First magazines, and has a series of phonelines for Now magazine.

    Julie's career as an actress has spanned over thirty years of prestigious theatre and TV, ranging from innocent heroines at the RSC to playing a stripper in ITV's September Song. Other TV credits include The Good Sex Guide, Taggart, Holby City, The Bill, Luv, A Woman's Guide to Adultery, Doctors, and First Born, but she is most recognised for her work in soaps - notably Brookside, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks.

    She is a popular TV presenter, with extensive credits including This Morning, Good Food Live, Turf Wars, Bootsale Challenge and Loose Women. Julie has won the Royal Television Society Television Personality of the Year Award, and is one of the country's leading voice-over artists with hundreds of TV and radio commercials to her name. A host of many corporate events, as well as frequently giving talks and lectures on a wide range of subjects, Julie is also a regular guest and commentator on LBC's The Steve Allen Show.

    Originally from Grimsby, Lincolnshire, Julie has been based in London since she was sixteen. She is married to actor Patrick Pearson, and has one daughter – actress and photographer Kate McEnery.

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