Jess Smith (Original Sun Baby)
Born Jessica Grace Smith in England, 1995 or 1996, she played the Original Sun Baby in the children's series Teletubbies. Now 22, Jess is getting recognised still, and is world famous at this moment. She made the reveal during a recent game with her college friends.
Smith is currently a freshman at Canterbury Christ Church University. After surprising pals, she later confirmed her famous role on Facebook. She along with Berry were seen attending the Teletubbies World Premiere (2015) and the Teletubbies 20th Anniversary Party. She has been met by other famous stars such as Television presenter, television personality, model, author and actress, Holly Willoughby (S Club TV: Artistic Differences, Ministry of Mayhem/Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown, Dancing on Ice, The Xtra Factor, Holly & Fearne Go Dating, Celebrity Juice, This Morning, Text Santa, The Voice UK, Surprise Surprise, Play to the Whistle, I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, Take Off with Bradley & Holly), who is a good friend of Television and radio presenter, DJ, actress and author, Fearne Cotton (Smile, Celebrity Juice, The Radio 1 Chart Show, The Xtra Factor and Top of the Pops, Teletubbies (2015) Series)) who currently voices one of the Voice Trumpets in the reboot of Teletubbies. Holly Willoughby met Jess Smith when Holly Willoughby guest appeared to promote the third series of ITV panel game show Play to the Whistle on the The One Show on BBC One on 27 February 2017 where Willoughby was asked to spot who is the Sun Baby as a Teletubbies themed game and to also promote the Teletubbies 20th Anniversary and the Teletubbies revival second series, and television presenter, interviewer, journalist author and actress, Lorraine Kelly (Lorraine, Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, Pudsey the Dog: The Movie, Good Morning Britain, STV Children’s Appeal), who is known for being the host of Lorraine on ITV on 31 March, 2017. She and Berry were seen attending the Teletubbies World Premiere (2015) with Fearne Cotton, Berry’s mother, creative, fashion stylist and presenter, Grace Woodward (Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model), comedian, actress, singer and screenwriter, Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous, Shrek 2), Tom Pellereau, ballroom dancer, coach, teacher, and ajudicator, Karen Hardy (Strictly Come Dancing, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two), actor and Lauren Crace's husband, Michael Stevenson (Casualty), JB Gill's wife, Chloe Tangney, singer, songwriter, actor, presenter, farmer and JLS member, JB Gill (The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Celebrity MasterChef), actress, Elaine Cassidy (Harper's Island), actor, Harry Hadden-Paton (Downtown Abbey), journalist and television presenter, Esther Rantzen (Esther, That’s Life!), actress, Adele Silva (Emmerdale), television personality and magazine editor, Vas J Morgan (The Only Way Is Essex), actress and radio presenter, Lauren Crace (EastEnders), television personality, broadcaster and journalist, Vanessa Feltz (This Morning, Strictly Come Dancing, Celebrity Big Brother), Ecowood Moves, actress, Laura Carmichael (Downton Abbey), historian and presenter, Dan Snow (Hadrian), model and television personality, Imogen Thomas (Big Brother), Television presenter, Laura Hamilton (Dancing On Ice, A Place in the Sun), Imogen Thomas' husband, Adam Horsley, television and radio presenter and writer, Jasmine Harman (A Place in the Sun: Home or Away?), Harrison, Con and Bex from Kidzcoolit, a few other celebrities and regular people, with Jeremiah Krage (Tinky Winky), Nick Chee Ping Kellington (Dipsy), Rebecca Hyland (Laa-Laa), Rachelle Beinart (Po) and Victoria Jane (Noo-Noo) as the guests of honour and with CBeebies presenter, actress, singer and former Hi-5 UK member Cat Sandion (Hi-5 UK, The Magic Door) as the host, and the Teletubbies 20th Anniversary party with television and radio presenter, newsreader and journalist, Charlotte Hawkins (Meridian Tonight, Sky News Sunrise, Good Morning Britain), actress, singer, dancer, broadcaster and television personality, Claire Sweeney (Brookside, Chicago, Loose Women), actor and comedian, Kevin Eldon (Fist of Fun, Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, Big Train, Brass Eye, Jam, It’s Kevin, Horrible Histories, Game of Thrones), actress, Anna Acton (The Bill, EastEnders, Topsy and Tim), television presenter, writer and musical artist. Nick Knowles (Who Dares Wins, Break the Safe, 5-Star Family Reunion, Real Rescues), singer, dancer, choreographer, actress, television personality and former Pussycat Doll, Kimberly Wyatt (Celebrity MasterChef, Taking The Next Step), professional football player, Theo Walcott, actress and presenter, Linda Robson (Birds of a Feather, Loose Women), actor and television personality, Tom Chambers (Holby City, Casualty, Waterloo Road, Strictly Come Dancing), actor and television presenter, Ben Hull (Holby City, Casualty, Hollyoaks, Coronation Street), Tom Chambers's wife, Clare Harding, actor, director and writer, Leon Ockenden (Tripping Over, Waterloo Road, Heavy Rain, Coronation Street, This Morning), Imogen Thomas and Adam Horsley’s daughter, Ariana Siena Horsley, Imogen Thomas, Megan Salmon-Ferrari, Television personality George Gilbey (Gogglebox, Celebrity Big Brother), Jaxon Reilly, Edward Knowles, actress, singer musical theatre performer, dancer, writer and television presenter, media personality, Suzanne Shaw (Popstars, Emmerdale, Dancing on Ice), Corey MacKenzie Graham, Rafferty, Theo Walcott's wife, Melanie Walcott, Theo and Melanie Walcott’s son, Finley Walcott, Kimberly Wyatt and Max Rogers's daughter, Willow Jane Rogers, model and Kimberly Wyatt's husband, Max Rogers, Jasmine Harman, Suzanne Shaw’s husband, Sam Greenfield, actress, Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, The Boat That Rocked, Doc Martin, Humans), actress and singer, Hannah Waddingham (Hollyoaks: Let Loose, Doctors, Game of Thrones), a few other celebrities and regular people with Jeremiah Krage (Tinky Winky), Nick Chee Ping Kellington (Dipsy), Rebecca Hyland (Laa-Laa) and Rachelle Beinart (Po) as the guests of honour, with CBeebies founder, CBBC and CBeebies presenter, writer, director, broadcaster, impressionist and actor Chris Jarvis (Show Me Show Me) as the host of the event.
Her RoleOne day, Jess was being weighed at the hospital when on that same day the Teletubbies Producer was looking for smiley, giggling babies to use for the sun when the show first aired. They put a mirror and camera in front of Jess while she was sat in a highchair. She watched her dad and laughed at him, as he was playing with toy cars. Unfortunately, her role ended in 2001. There is now a Teletubbies reboot with a new sun face, Berry.