Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get an autograph? Or send fan mail?
Send your autograph requests or fan mail to The Chase c/o POTATO:
2nd Floor, Dorset House, 27-45 Stamford Street, SE1 9PY London
Can we book you?
For booking enquiries, please contact my agent in the first instance:
Craig Latto at Talent4Media
Tel: 020 7183 4337
To book a professional quiz event with Jenny as a guest, host, or even without, contact Redtooth:
Sue at Redtooth
Tel: 01246 813713
Where did you get those fabulous glasses?
The specs I wear on The Chase are from an optician based in London - Opera Opera @OperaOperaUK
And, yes, they are real prescription glasses - they're not just for show, I'm really short-sighted!
Is your hair real or a wig?
My hair is 100% real and growing from my own head!
Do you get on with the other Chasers? How can I get in touch with them?
Of course! We are a real team, and we support each other through thick and thin. I've known Mark, Shaun, Paul and Anne for years, long before I joined The Chase.
The other Chasers all use Twitter; these are their official accounts (all others are fake/impersonators):
When will you next be on telly?
I really can't tell you - it would spoil the surprise, so I am sworn to secrecy. You'll just have to watch The Chase on ITV at 5pm/ 6pm on ITV+1 (Freeview 33) every weekday to find out if I'm the Chaser of the day!
I'd like to be a contestant on The Chase - how do I apply? How does the audition process work?
To apply to be on The Chase, you'll need to fill out the application form HERE. The contestant team may then chat to you over the phone, and if you're what they're looking for they'll invite you to an audition in a city near you.
We Chasers have absolutely nothing to do with the audition and casting process, and we can't get you a spot on the show. The first time we see the contestants is the moment we walk into studio! My best advice for wannabe contestants is to make yourself stand out from the crowd, because thousands of people apply every series. Make sure the application form shows just how great a contestant you would be, and keep that going in the audition if you get to that stage. Also, be patient - it can be a long process, and some contestants have waited over 2 years between first putting in an application and their show finally being broadcast.