The multi-talented and stunningly beautiful Renee Bargh has just finished filming the prestigious hosting gig on the new Channel 9 surfing adventure series, Surfari.
The Getaway style show profiles the best surf locations around the pacific, featuring stories on adventure activities as well as interesting segments on the local culture. The series airs on Saturdays at 10.30am March- May ’08.
Renee is thrilled to join the line up of hosts on Foxtel music channel [V] as the new host from May ’08 and will be working on shows such as their flagship show ‘whatUwant’. Renee has beena dedicated viewer of [V] for years, and isextremely passionate about music.
For her first TV presenting role in 2007 Renee joined Tim Campbell as co-host of NATIONAL BINGO NIGHT on Channel Seven. Renee loved her role in the high-energy game show. “I was extremely excited to be a part of NATIONAL BINGO NIGHT and work beside the gorgeous Tim Campbell,” she says. “It was so much fun being right in the middle of all the action and I learnt so much about presenting, it was invaluable”.
Renee was born in Southport, Queensland. She spent the first three years of her life living in Vanuatu before her family settled in the hills behind Byron Bay.
The vivacious blonde later relocated to Sydney to fulfil her dream of becoming a full-time performer. She graduated from the prestigious Brent Street Performing Arts College, where she honed her skills as a dancer, singer and performer.
After a year spent modelling, dancing and acting, she joined the all-female quartet Girlband. They released two well-received singles, Party Girl and Electric and supported The Rogue Traders on a national tour before disbanding in April ‘07.
Since the band split, Renee has been pursing her own television and musical ambitions. Amongst extensive modelling and dancing jobs, she has appeared in numerous TV commercials and performed at the ARIAs with David Hasselhoff.
Growing up by the beach, Renee loves the surf and sand. She is also an
avid traveller with keen interests in other cultures.