Gok Wan – born Ko-Hen Wan on September 9, 1974 – is a fashion consultant and television presenter. He was a fashion correspondent for Channel 4’s Royal Ascot coverage in 2014.
Initially training in the performing arts at the Central School of Speech and Drama, he then entered the fashion business, writing for popular fashion magazines and appearing on various television shows.
In 2006, Channel 4 employed him to present his own television show, How to Look Good Naked, which lasted for three series.
Moving into other genres, he presented a series of documentaries on social problems among young people, drawing on his personal experiences with obesity and homophobia.
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