Presenter, interviewer and producer…

I am the anchor of a live daily show called Worldwide Exchange that airs globally on CNBC at 5am ET / 10am UK time. We cover global business news and current affairs. I also lead the network’s coverage on banks, and various international geopolitical events.

My desire to move into this world stemmed from seeing my father do it so happily for all of my life, although it took me until my mid-20s to find the confidence to explore and ultimately pursue the only real dream I ever had – to follow in the footsteps of my Dad, David Frost.

I graduated from Oxford University in 2008 where I gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, and moved into the world of finance soon after. I learnt a great deal in my 5 years in finance, and enjoy applying it both to the production side of TV as well on-screen.

In 2011 I started to explore the possibility of becoming a TV presenter. I have inherited my father’s inquisitive mind and love to find out what makes people tick. I also happen to love the adrenaline that comes from being in front of a camera. I believe interviewing is an art and am always on the lookout for the best skills to employ, many of which I have seen in action throughout my life.

I find politics and economics fascinating, am a massive sports fan (in particular, for my sins, of Arsenal) and love cinema.

Having completed some assignments for ITV and CNN, I joined CNBC London in August 2014. In January 2016 I moved to CNBC in New York, where I am currently based.

Whilst my desire to move into the world of broadcasting stemmed from wanting to work in front of the camera, I also work in production and run Paradine Productions, which was founded by my father in the 1960s.