Scherri-Lee Biggs is a TV presenter, model, charity ambassador and former Miss Universe Australia.
Since being crowned Miss Universe Australia in 2011, vibrant and down-to-earth Biggs has become a fixture in the Australian media landscape.
Scherri-Lee’s relaxed and friendly style is a nod to her childhood growing up on the beaches of Perth. In 2014, Scherri-Lee returned to her hometown where she has been appointed the prestigious role of Channel 9’s nightly news weather presenter.
Scherri-Lee has shown great versatility in the media, from presenting on Channel 9’s lifestyle series ‘Just Add Water’ and Channel 7’s travel series Coxy’s Big Break, to Spring Racing Carnival, Australian Open Tennis and New Year’s Eve broadcasts. Her recent appointment on Channel 9’s hit travel series Postcards has truly allowed her natural presenting abilities to shine.
A seasoned race goer, Scherri-Lee was announced the 2014 Caulfield Cup Carnival Social Ambassador, a role which drew on her natural charm and style to host a variety of events in both the lead up and throughout the Carnival. But she doesn’t limit herself to the horseracing track; you may have also seen Scherri-Lee wreaking some mayhem in the 2014 Australian Grand Prix Celebrity Race!
Scherri-Lee has also become a popular events host, whether it is sporting events such as ESPN’s Aussie Millions Poker Championship at Crown Melbourne and the Melbourne Rebels, or in fashion with the VRC, MRC, Chadstone Shopping Centre and Anton Jewellery. She is a household name in the West Coast and known for hosting local events with shopping complex Enex 100, kitchenware and furnishings retailer Williams Sonoma and Perth Fashions on the Field just to name a few.
Since she began modelling at the age of 16, Scherri-Lee has represented dozens of high profile brands such as Calvin Klein, Nike, Aurelio Costarella, David Jones, Myer, Wittner, Mossman and Ae’lkemi. Scherri-Lee is an ambassador for Suzuki and has appeared as the face of numerous brands including Maurice Meade. She was also the cover girl for Box Magazine and was painted by renowned artist David Bromley.
In 2013 Scherri-Lee was named as an ambassador for the YGAP 5cent campaign, encouraging people to donate their 5c pieces to raise funds to make lasting change to disadvantaged communities.
Her energetic and infectious personality has made Scherri-Lee a breath of fresh air across the Australian media landscape and a joy to work with.