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Versatile television presenter.


Shelley Craft is one of Australia's most popular television presenters.

Current work

Shelley is the host of Channel Nine's Australia's Funniest Home Videos as well as hosting the challenges in the ratings smash Channel Nine series The Block. Shelley also co-hosted the hit renovation series Domestic Blitz with Scott Cam.

Shelley is an ambassador for the NBCF and an advocate for Lifeline as well as lending her support to Planet Ark National Tree Day, Jeans for Genes, The Smith Family and The Fred Hollows Foundation. She has a strong affiliation with these organisations and believes there is always more we can do.

Outside of commitments for Nine, Shelley can be seen on Jetstar International's in-flight television programming.

In addition to her television work, Shelley is a much sought after MC and host.

Previous experience

TV: Shelley started her television career with a work experience stint in Brisbane which led to a job offer as a production assistant on a local program before presenting Seven's children's program Saturday Disney, a few months later. She remained with Saturday Disney for five years before joining The Great Outdoors in 2001, an opportunity that took her travelling around the world.

Funniest Home Videos: She joined the Nine Network in January 2008 to take over the reins of the long-running Australia's Funniest Home Videos, now in its 21st year.

Sports: In between shooting stories for The Great Outdoors, Shelley worked on major sporting events and other projects for Seven, including coverage of the Sydney 2000 Olympics for Sunrise. In 2002, she covered the XIX Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, and went to Italy for the XX Winter Olympics in Torino in 2006.

Shelley was involved in Seven's Melbourne Cup coverage for six years, was on the commentary team for the World Aerial Championships at Mt Buller (2002-2004), and a keen interest in sport also led to a reporting role on tennis at the 2007 Australian Open.

TV: In 2005, she co-hosted Guinness World Records on Seven and in 2006 she was involved in the Carols in the Domain broadcast.

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