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Kristian Digby

Kristian Digby

(1977 – 2010)

  • In Another Place Kristian, remebered with affection and humour.
    Lit by Walt Davis
  • Kristian, I'll miss your captivating smile & deep eyes shining through the screen, only wish I could have met you RIP xxxxxxxx
    Lit by Ema Dodgson
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Kristian Digby

Kristian Digby
(1977 – 2010)

In memory of

Kristian Digby

(1977 – 2010)
About Kristian
This is a tribute to Kristian Digby. Kristian Digby was an English television presenter and director who is best known for presenting To Buy or Not to Buy on BBC One.
Kristian Digby was born on 24th June 1977 in Torquay, Devon, to a family of property developers. He attended Bramdean School in Exeter, where he is said to have battled with dyslexia. He later presented a documentary for the BBC entitled Hiding the Truth: I Can't Read in which he returned to the school. In 1997, Kristian Digby's film Words of Deception won him a Junior BAFTA. The following year, his film Last Train to Demise, which featured actress and model Lucy Perkins, won the Melbourne Film Festival's Best Student Film award.
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About Kristian
Digby started his television presenting career for ITV presenting Nightlife. Prior to this he covered for LBC's tv critic Chris Stacey on LBC's evening shows, Sunday Night and One Night Strand. At around the same time, he directed television programmes Homefront, Fantasy Rooms, She’s Gotta Have It which also featured actress and model Lucy Perkins, Girls On Top and The O-Zone. In 2001, Kristian Digby presented That Gay Show on BBC Choice.
Beginning in 2003, Kristian Digby presented various programmes for the BBC, most notably To Buy or Not to Buy. In addition, he has presented Uncharted Territory, Holiday, Trading Up, Living in the Sun and Open House.
Kristian Digby passed away on the 1st March
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About Kristian
2010. This is an online memorial dedicated to his life and his career. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 9th Feb 2013
sharon henderson
wrote:
I wish I had known you, nice people are hard to come by and yet they are taken from us all too soon. Sleep in peace xxx
Remembrance Messages
On 25th Mar 2011
marie harris
wrote:
its a shame you gone so young and talented miss marie harris friend of the family torquay
Remembrance Messages
On 8th Mar 2010
Walt Davis
wrote:
I never met you Kristian but feel deeply saddened at your passing. Never far from my thoughts..
Remembrance Messages
On 4th Mar 2010
Ema Dodgson
wrote:
I still cant believe you are gone! I had to watch you again on To buy or not To buy, Its allways the best that are taken away so suddenly from us. Hope the angels are with you and you are making them all smile with your funny humour. All my love Ema xxxxxxx
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Kindly lit by
Walt Davis
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
In Another Place Kristian, remebered with affection and humour.
Kindly lit by
Ema Dodgson
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Kristian, I'll miss your captivating smile & deep eyes shining through the screen, only wish I could have met you RIP xxxxxxxx
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Kristian Digby

This is a tribute to Kristian Digby. Kristian Digby was an English television presenter and director who is best known for presenting To Buy or Not to Buy on BBC One.
Kristian Digby was born on 24th June 1977 in Torquay, Devon, to a family of property developers. He attended Bramdean School in Exeter, where he is said to have battled with dyslexia. He later presented a documentary for the BBC entitled Hiding the Truth: I Can't Read in which he returned to the school. In 1997, Kristian Digby's film Words of Deception won him a Junior BAFTA. The following year, his film Last Train to Demise, which featured actress and model Lucy Perkins, won the Melbourne Film Festival's Best Student Film award.
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