|Ranj Singh Quick Info
|5 ft 10 in
|Date of Birth
|June 26, 1979
Ranj Singh is a British doctor, TV presenter, author, and columnist who has served as an NHS (National Health Service) clinician in the United Kingdom, having worked for several hospitals as a specialist in pediatric emergency medicine. He had become a member of The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, the professional body for pediatricians in the United Kingdom, in 2007. Ranj had become a household name in the country after his participation in the competitive dance reality TV series Strictly Come Dancing in 2018. He is also well recognized as the co-creator and presenter of the children’s TV show Get Well Soon (2012-2015). He has been featured on ITV This Morning, a British daytime TV program, as a resident doctor; and as the co-host of a TV program called ITV Save Money: Good Health.
Ranjit Singh Sangha
Medway, Kent, England, United Kingdom
London, England, United Kingdom
Doctor, TV Presenter, Author, Columnist
- Father – His father is a farmer.
- Siblings – Jaskaranjit Singh Sangha (Brother), Gopi Singh Sangha (Brother)
- Others – Jemera Samra (Ex-Father-in-Law)
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
73 kg or 161 lbs
Girlfriend / Boyfriend / Spouse
Ranj has dated –
- Sulvinder Samra (2005–2011) – Ranj had married a pharmacist of Indian origin named Sulvinder Samra in a traditional Sikh ceremony in Nottingham in 2005. He had come out as gay in 2009 and the couple got divorced in 2011.
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Punjabi descent.
- Toned physique
- Side-cropped, spiked hair
- Sports a light stubble
Ranj Singh Facts
- For his work on the TV show Get Well Soon, which he had co-created, Ranj had won a children’s BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) award in the ‘Interactive – Adapted’ category.
- Besides his prolific work on TV, he has authored a non-fiction book titled Save Money Lose Weight (2019). He has also penned a few children’s educational books – Food Fuel, Level 9 (2015), Skelebones, Level 10 (2015), and How To Grow Up: The No Worries Guide For BOYS (2021). He has also been a regular contributor and columnist for media outlets including Al Jazeera, Attitude magazine, and NetDoctor.
- During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, he had put his media work on the backburner and had prioritized working for the NHS in his role as a pediatric emergency medicine specialist. During this time, he would regularly use his social media presence to debunk misleading information and rumors related to the pandemic.
- He was among the 4 competitors who had participated in the Christmas special edition of the reality TV show The Great British Sewing Bee that was broadcast on Boxing day 2020.
- In April 2021, he had announced that he would be appearing in his own West End musical for a one-off show titled Scrubs to Sparkles. The announcement had come a month after he had gained praise for his vocal performances on the reality TV show All Star Musicals.
- He had openly discussed his s*xuality in an interview with Attitude magazine in 2015. In 2018, he had been featured on the cover of Gay Times magazine as part of a celebration of LGBTQ Asians.
Featured Image by Ranj Singh / Instagram