Sean Borg at Elton John's Oscar Fundraiser
London, England, UK
|📆 Years active||1993–present|
Sean Borg was (born 5 September 1967). He grew up in London and attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School in Marylebone North West London in 1982.
Sean Borg is a British entertainment personality who began his career as an showbiz segment television producer at Planet 24 Productions.
At age twenty-two, as a researcher and a producer [] at Planet 24 Productions on the Channel_4 Friday night show The Word (TV series). At 25, Sean moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment TV and journalism.
Sean joined the cast of the hit MTV reality show Totally Scott-Lee in 2005. The series followed former Steps (pop group) singer Lisa on her last-ditch effort at a solo career.
In 2007, Sean joined the news [] website TMZ.com and Fox television show TMZ on TV, signing on as a producer[], writing posts for the news site, and producing, voicing and hosting segments for TMZ on TV.
Following his work, at TMZ, he joined the New York Post Page Six Column to write entertainment gossip.
Nowadays, he specializes in many areas of the entertainment and fashion industries with a proven track record as a journalist and a creator of news. Sean Borg has hosted and promoted several well-known brands, such as Trivago. Over the years, he has been a successful publicist and worked with fashion designers such as Nikki Lund and Julia Clancey.
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