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Gabby Logan’s height is 5ft 8in ( 1.73m )

Gabby Logan is an English presenter and a former Wales international gymnast who is best known for her presenting roles with BBC Sport and ITV. In 2009, she began hosting Final Score for BBC Sport until she presented her final show in 2013.

Gabby Logan

Born: April 24, 1973 , Leeds, United Kingdom
Nationality: British
Spouse: Kenny Logan
Parents: Terry Yorath
Children: Reuben McKerrow Logan, Lois Maya Logan
Height: 5ft 8in ( 1.73m )
First Name: Gabby
Middle Name: Nicole
Last Name: Logan
Birth Full Name: Gabrielle Nicole Yorath
Birthplace: Leeds, England, UK
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Television and Radio presenter
Official Websites:
gabbylogan.com
Filmography: Six Nations Greatest Moments (2015), Let’s Play Darts for Comic Relief (2015), Steph Houghton: England’s World Cup Captain (2015), Splash! (2014), Brit.i.am (2014), Celebrity Squares (2014), BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2014 (2014), That Puppet Game Show (2013, TV Show), Was It Something I Said? (2013, TV Show), Rugby League World Cup (2013), Through the Keyhole (2013), Sunday Brunch (2012, TV Show), The Angelos Epithemiou Show (2012), Stand Up for Sport Relief (2012), The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2012, TV Movie), I Love My Country (2012), 12 Again (2012, TV Show), 24 Hour Panel People (2011, TV Show), The Wright Stuff Extra (2011), Wall of Fame (2011), Daybreak (2010, TV Show), The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time! (2010, TV Show), A League of Their Own (2010, TV Show), Steve Coogan: The Inside Story (2009, TV Movie), Happy Birthday Brucie! (2008, TV Show), All Star Mr & Mrs (2008, TV Show), Would I Lie to You? (2007, TV Show), The Big Finish 2007 (2007, TV Movie), The London Marathon (2007), The ONE Show (2006, TV Show), 8 Out of 10 Cats (2005, TV Show), ITV 50 Greatest Shows (2005, TV Movie), The Alan Shearer Story (2005, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing (2004, TV Show), Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (2004, TV Show), The Paul O’Grady Show (2004, TV Show), Sport Relief 2004 (2004, TV Show), The Great British Pop Test (2004, TV Movie), Soccer Night (2004, TV Show), This Week (2003, TV Show), Pride of Britain Awards 2003 (2003, TV Show), Britain’s Brilliant Prodigies (2003), Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (2002, TV Show), Today with Des and Mel (2002, TV Show), The Vault (2002, TV Show), Football Shorts (2002, TV Show), 2002 Television Party of the Year (2002, TV Movie), Mike Bassett: England Manager (2001), The Premiership (2001, TV Show), On the Ball (2001, TV Show), The Wright Stuff (2000, TV Show), Live Talk (2000, TV Show), Loose Women (1999, TV Show), You’re Talking Absolute Football (1999), Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (1998, TV Show), An Audience with the Bee Gees (1998, TV Movie), The Sundays (1998), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (1996, TV Show), The Frank Skinner Show (1995, TV Show), Room 101 (1994, TV Show), Shooting Stars (1993, TV Show), Have I Got News for You (1990, TV Show), Stars in Their Eyes (1990, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Watchdog (1985, TV Show), Athletics: World Championships (1983), Countdown (1982, TV Show), Children in Need (1980, TV Show), Newsnight (1980, TV Show), Match of the Day (1964, TV Show), Commonwealth Games (1954), The Boat Race (1938), All Star Family Fortunes (-, TV Show)

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