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Aaron Roach Bridgeman is a TV presenter and live event host.  His diverse body of work ranges from light entertainment and pop culture, to hard hitting documentaries and current affairs.


His career was kick-started in 2012 with a Channel 4 documentary following his journey to become a presenter on SB.TV, the UK's biggest online youth platform with 300 million views.  


Other TV channels soon started to take notice and Aaron went on to present Wake Up London on London Live and is now a regular presenter for What’s Up on Sky 1.


His latest success has been a string of documentaries for Channel 5 and 5Star; One Punch Killers, Vigilante Britain: Street Justice, and the most recent series When Kids Kill, which was a ratings success in its weekly primetime slot on 5Star.  2018 brings further documentary projects, starting with the hard-hitting ‘8 Years Old and Smuggling Drugs’ on 5Star in January.


Aaron has hosted corporate work for Adidas in Milan, Amsterdam, London, and Glasgow, as well as working on promotional events for VEVO, Activision, BET (Los Angeles), Republic clothing, BBC, Children In Need, Teenage Cancer Trust, Puma, The Global Goals, Harrow Council, Media Trust, Verge Magazine, Somewhere to, Prince's Trust and many more.


His passion for live music has led Aaron to host tours and shows for the biggest artists and brands internationally. Highlights include introducing platinum selling American artist and The Fast and The Furious actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges, hosting the UK artist show at SXSW festival in Texas, and most notably appearing in front of a sold out audience of 16,000 at the 02 Arena for rapper 50 Cent.


He also presented the premiere screening of Sky Atlantic / Showtime series Guerrilla, directed by John Ridley, starring Babou Ceesay, Freida Pinto and Idris Elba.


Outside of presenting, Aaron loves to travel and vlogs about his adventures, exploring new cultures around the world.  He is also a talented poet, and uses this skill to engage young people through his work as a mentor for charities and organisations educating on the dangers of knife crime and gangs.



Aaron explores mental health for University students 

Aaron chat with RnB disk spinning legend, Trevor Nelson

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