Producer • TV Host • Researcher
The recipient of a Nelson Mandela Legacy Award, Sabine Daniel is more than a bilingual, award-winning TV and radio personality. Before joining Canadian media powerhouse Radio-Canada, Sabine was a self-made sensation with her daring talk show, Suivez-moi.
She honed her craft as a reporter, contributor, and researcher for several broadcasters, including Radio-Canada, Bell Média, TV Rogers, Groupe Média TFO, Canal Vie, Unique FM, and BET France, gaining priceless television experience and launching her media career.
Fully bilingual, Sabine hosted various Franco-Ontarian series including ADN Ottawa, Suivez-moi, TFO 24/7, Follow me and C’est d’mes affaires. Sabine made her big debut on Quebec television as one of five cast members of acclaimed reality TV show Célibataires à boutte, broadcast on Bell Media networks (Canal Vie and Noovo).
These days, with skills gained through a Netflix INIS scholarship in television production, a journalism degree from UQAM and intensive training at the Promédia School of Radio and Television, you can catch Sabine working behind the scenes in a wide range of major Quebec TV shows, such as 1res fois featuring Véronique Cloutier, and radio programs like Samedi et rien d’autre, Dessine-moi un été, and Parasol et Gobelets.
Born in Montréal, the daughter of Haitian immigrants, and raised in Ottawa, Sabine’s goal is to create content focused on impactful, universal, and unconventional human stories for all audiences. Through her production company, SDMedia Inc, she produced Suivez-moi, ADN Ottawa and her award-winning web series, Piégé.
This year, Sabine is producing a new podcast and TV productions Les Truckeuses and Trace 613 as well as producing her first children’s series, titled Sunny’s Quest, for TVOKids, which will air in the fall of 2022.
Deeply committed to participating in and supporting various projects and organizations highlighting Francophone and BIPOC voices in Quebec and Ontario, Sabine sits on the board of groups such as Femmes du cinéma, de la télévision et des médias as well as Black Women in Film! Canada.
Inspired by her journey and fueled by her trademark tenacity, Sabine became the first bilingual black woman to be an ambassador for WW Canada ® (formerly Weight Watchers Canada). It’s no wonder that in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, she was named one of the most inspiring black Quebecers to follow on Instagram by HuffPost Québec.
Listening, learning, sharing, growing: this is what Sabine is all about. The human journey, and its myriad facets, never cease to amaze her. Sabine Daniel is a fantastic storyteller: her next story might just be you!