Grant Stott
Full Name
Date of birth
Place of birth
Grant Stott
13th May 1967
Elsie Inglis Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland
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Additional information
1 brother :- John
Height 6'3
Hobbies: Hibs football Club
Inside leg measurement 34"
LUCKY!! Claire
Children: Sam (4), Lori 8 months)
Grant Stott was born 13th May 1967 in Elsie Inglis Hospital, Edinburgh and attended Bruntsfield Primary School then later James Gillespie's High School.  He left James Gillespie's in 1985 to become a policeman with Lothian and Borders police, obviously realised what talent was going to waste and left the police force in 1990 to start a career in radio

Grant has appeared on both radio forth stations until recently where he has found his home on Forth 1 entertaining listeners (those of us that are up at that time in the morning that is!!) on Monday through Saturday 9am till 12 noon.  His other radio credits include Check this, The Fred MacAuley Show, On/Off The Ball, TGIF, Soundcheck, Daddy Or Chips, and Pass the Monkey for BBC Radio Scotland.

Of course I like to wake up with Grant in the morning (hearing his voice on radio I mean), but I was also delighted when I saw his face on  my television screen.  His varied tv career includes presenting See you, see me, Jackanory, Wemyss Bay 902101, Mega Mag, Fully Booked, Feeling Good, and also Grant being the generous and caring person that he is was also a member of the presenting team of Children in Need for 6 years as part of  BBC Scotlands output.

Other television credits include Late Flyte, The Flyer, Backstage and Offside for BBC Choice and High Road, Scottish Passport, Under the Hammer and Grow for it for Scottish Television (STV) and Grampian.

Grant can't seem to put a foot wrong because in 1993 he stepped out into Panto land for the very first time in the Kings, Glasgow production of  Dick Whittington.  Glasgow were lucky another 3 times as he appeared in Babes in the Wood, Cinderella and Aladdin.

Horray, Grant finally showed us his stuff in Edinburgh this year for the 4th time when  he played Starkey in Peter Pan.  Grant previously made my christmas cheers by appearing in Edinburgh pantomimes Babes in the Wood, Aladdin and Dick Whittington.
Ode to Grant

Charm, looks and talent are  here
The man whos face is full of cheer
There is only one man that has the lot
that is the one and only Grant Stott

Some may jeer and some may mock
But what can 't you like about this sexy jock
I go to bed at night and pray
That I shall win "Grants Pants" some day.
Please keep checking back here on a regular basis for updates on my pages. 
GREAT NEWS:- It has just been confirmed that our wonderful Grant will be appearing in Pantomime this year.  The venue :- Kings Theatre, Edinburgh, Role:- The Very Handsome Prince!! 26.6.02
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