Magella Moreau


Magella Moreau

Magella Moreau is a television presenter in Trinidad and Tobago. Magella currently co-presents the early morning magazine programme on Gayelle - The Channel along with Dennis McComie.

She began her television career in 2004 after returning to Trinidad from the United Kingdom, where she lived for several years.

Magella is also an accomplished artist and works with several Non-governmental organizations and social groups.


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