Former TV3 reality search star Simon Atkins and his siblings Naomi and Warren are working their way up the ranks of the UK media industry.
The West of Ireland natives made the collective decision to move across the pond to pursue their dreams, and it seems to have paid off dividends for the half Irish half Burmese siblings.
Warren Atkins recently beat off competition from thousands of hopefuls applying to be a new presenter on E!'s new UK & Ireland channel.
The 28-year-old made it to the final six, impressing judges with his personality and extensive experience.
Warren has racked up experience working as a producer on The Voice UK and assists on the talent contest as a celebrity coach.
Warren's older brother Simon is also immersed in the television industry, as director of ITV's new flagship entertainment show BBQ Champ.
The 33-year-old also reports for This Morning, All Star Mr & Mrs, So You Think You Can Dance, and The Daily Star Sunday Online.
Irish viewers may remember Simon as a finalist in TV3's 'Total Xposure' search for a new entertainment presenter, where he faced competition from Ruth O'Neill and eventual winner Sean Musanje.
The two brothers live in South London with their sister Naomi (30) who works as a freelance travel journalist and senior account manager for a lifestyle PR Agency.
Together, they are working on a new Sunday morning breakfast show called 'Sunday with the Siblings' on Wandsworth Radio and developing a new travel format for Sky.
It's yet another tediously stunning day in West Hollywood but Ruth O'Neill, one of Ireland's brightest new TV exports, has no time to work on her tan. This is the natural habitat of the A-Lister, and harvesting morsels of news about them is a full time job.
New Xposé presenter Sean Munsanje is staying tight-lipped about his wages for the show -- but is more than happy with the deal he hammered out with TV3 chiefs. He will continue with his work at radio station FM104 and will get a year-long contract, if TV3 is happy with his work for the first six months.