South African television personality and actor Graeme Richards is a seasoned entertainer with years of experience under his belt.
Graeme Richards is a South African actor, writer, television presenter and voice artist best known as a continuity announcer for SABC1 and later for SABC3. He was the co-anchor of the e.tv breakfast news and actuality show, Sunrise, from 2008-2012 and in February 2012 left Sunrise to join Expresso.
Richards has extensive experience in television in the fields of presenting, script writing and copywriting. Graeme began his television career presenting the kid’s show Mini TV, from July 1996 to February 1997. He became a presenter on Junior Topsport on TV3 (later SABC3) when he left school in 1996. The programme was later rebranded to SportsBuzz. Fast-forwarding to 2007, Graeme co-anchored (with Sindy Mabe) e.tv’s breakfast show Sunrise, from Monday 31 March 2008. The show replaced Morning Edition (previously known as The Toasty Show), airing every weekday from 06h00-08h00. In February 2012 he left Sunrise to join the SABC3 breakfast show Expresso.
He was one of the celebrities to compete in the sixth season of the SABC3 reality competition Strictly Come Dancing, in 2013.