Claire Lim is a Scottish presenter, writer and podcaster, who has been living and working in London for 20 years. She has appeared in many shows across TV, radio and digital including BBC Scotland’s Screengrab (2021), the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2021 (2021), Sky’s Licence To Drive (2021), Screen Grab (2019) and BBC’s Press X To Continue (2022). 
Claire is also a Twitch Partner, streaming original content on the platform and is regularly seen on the BBC, NME and at MCM Comic Con’s events, and other comic conventions across the UK, as well as working with brands such as Intel.
For the BBC and NME, Claire has spoken to celebrities such as Jeff Goldblum (Thor: Ragnarok), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Linda Hamilton (Terminator), and the cast of the Avengers. 
At MCM Comic Con, she hosts the event’s biggest stages at their London and Birmingham events, moderating the official Loki cast panel in October 2021 to 5,000 fans, featuring Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino and Jonathan Majors. She has also moderated panels for big names iat MCM such as Michael Sheen (Good Omens), David Harbour (Stranger Things) in London to a crowd of 1,200 and Ron Perlman (Hellboy) at MCM Birmingham, to 800 fans.
In 2022, Claire also hosted panels at Scotland Comic Con and FanX Salt Lake in America. At Scotland Comic Con, she interviewed Billy Zane (Titanic), Alicia Silverstone (Clueless), the cast of critically acclaimed video game Red Dead Redemption, and Ross Marquand and Dan Fogler of The Walking Dead. FanX Salt Lake was Claire’s first American comic con, where she moderated panels for The Walking Dead, and the cast of Supernatural in the main ballroom, which seated up to 5,000 fans.
In 2019, she fronted BBC documentary Screen Grab, which explored how our screen time effected our relationships with family and friends. Claire also appeared on 007: Licence To Drive on Sky, celebrating James Bond’s relationship with the famous Aston Martin DB5.
On Twitch, Claire's originality, infectious positivity, imagination and cheeky humour have attracted a loyal and engaged community, affectionately known as the 'Wee Squad'. And in September 2020 she created and hosted her own digital event called WeeCon, raising over £3k for Cybersmile. 
Claire has been on the platform since November 2019 but since the pandemic has streamed her own talk show, called A Wee Chat, on Twitch as well as a parody dating show called Date Night and a late night show called Bump, which takes inspiration from 90s Channel 5 show The Word. In April 2022, A Wee Chat featured as a live stage show, returning at the evening in August 2022, with plans to bring it back in 2023.
In 2022, Claire returned for Media Fight Night (MFN) 2022, an annual charity boxing event that brings ad and media agencies together to raise money for the charity Off The Ropes. Twitch partnered with the event for the second year running to exclusively livestream the event on their platform, with Claire presenting the live stream.
In the same year, Claire also co-hosted The Great PC Build-Off for Intel and eBuyer, which was streamed on Twitch’s front page and is exclusively available on Intel Gaming’s YouTube channel.
Claire has also relaunched her podcast Real Imagined Futures. The podcast was originally launched in 2018 and featured high profile guests such as Sean Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jay Baruchel (How To Train Your Dragon) and Scottish comedian Limmy. The podcast explores what happened to famous movie characters after their stories ended and the latest season features co-host Stuart Ashen.
She also features as a regular guest on Rotten Tomatoes’ podcasts Rotten Tomatoes Is Wrong and Rotten Tomatoes Aftershow, and has featured on comedia Dave Hill’s Goodtime Hour podcast and is set to feature on Dan Fogler’s (Fantastic Beasts) podcast Dan Fogler’s 4d xperience.
Claire has also written for SFX, Empire, NME, Fandom and many more. She was also a regular columnist for Geeky Monkey Magazine, with her very own Jabber Talky column.
In everything that she does, Claire promotes nerd culture in a fun, youthful and positive light, regularly encouraging engagement and discussion about film, TV and comics online and bringing, what some would consider, geeky topics and subject matter to the masses.

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