Scherri-Lee Biggs

Scherri-Lee Biggs is a TV and radio presenter and model. After being crowned Miss Universe Australia in 2011, her vibrant and down-to-earth nature has earned her a regular place in the Australian media landscape.

Since she began modeling 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, Maurice Meade and Ae’lkemi.

Scherri-Lee is currently an ambassador for Suzuki, was the cover girl for Box Magazine and has been painted by renowned artist
David Bromley.

In 2014, Scherri-Lee returned to her hometown where she took up the role of Channel 9’s nightly news weather presenter. On the west coast, Scherri-Lee Biggs is a household name, known for hosting local events with shopping complex Enex 100, kitchenware and furnishings retailer Williams Sonoma, and Perth Fashions on the Field. She credits her relaxed and friendly approach to her childhood, growing up on the beaches of Perth.

Scherri-Lee has shown great versatility in the media, whether presenting on Channel 9’s hit travel series Postcards 2016, lifestyle series Just Add Water and Channel 7’s travel series Coxy’s Big Break, or at the Spring Racing Carnival, the Australian Open tennis and New Year’s Eve broadcasts. In 2017 she moved into radio presenting, joining 92.9’s
breakfast team, and in 2018 began co-hosting her own show on the hit station.

Scherri-Lee has also become a popular events host for sporting events such as ESPN’s Aussie Millions Poker Championship at Crown Melbourne, or in fashion with the VRC, MRC, Chadstone Shopping Centre and Anton
Jewelery. A seasoned race goer, Scherri-Lee was announced as the 2014 Caulfield Cup Carnival Social Ambassador, a role that drew on her natural charm and style to host a variety of events throughout the carnival. She also competed in the Australian Grand Prix Celebrity Race the same year.

With her energetic and enthusiastic approach, Scherri-Lee Biggs is a fresh and friendly face across the Australian media landscape.

Follow Scherri-Lee

Instagram: @scherri

Twitter: @scherri_biggs