Sarah Wilson is an Australian journalist, television presenter, blogger and media consultant best known as the editor of Australian Cosmopolitan magazine until 2008, and the host of the first season of the cooking show MasterChef Australia, in 2009.
Wilson's career has spanned newspaper and television journalism, the food and wine industries, women's health advocacy and women's magazines.
With a fervent zeal for food, restaurants and the hospitality industry in general, Sarah was a natural choice as host of MasterChef Australia.
Since leaving her post as Editor of Australian Cosmopolitan magazine in late 2007, Sarah has become a respected social commentator and media identity, specialising in social issues and lifestyle trends.
Wilson grew up on a subsistence-living farm with five younger siblings. She owned her first business at the age of 12, making doll's house furniture. She has a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Australian National University and a Graduate Certificate in professional writing from RMIT.
She hosted the show Eat Yourself Sexy, a nutrition and wellness makeover program that screened on Foxtel in late 2011. Wilson is also a qualified Health Coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York, and the author of the ebook, I Quit Sugar: an 8-week program.