A popular TV personality on both sides of the Atlantic, Tim Vincent rapidly rose through the ranks of British television to become a host of international TV shows and a respected interviewer of A-list Hollywood stars on programmes such as Access Hollywood. During his time in America, Tim also hosted Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (for ABC) and Phenomenon, a five part competition show aired by NBC.
Tim's first television role was as alcoholic teenager Billy Ryan in the ITV drama series Children's Ward. He went on to play veterinarian Adam Forrester in the TV soap Emmerdale, before appearing in the film Sorted with Tim Curry and Jason Donovan.
Tim also presented the iconic children's programme Blue Peter for four years, from 1994 to 1997. He subsequently featured in two series of the TV drama Dangerfield, then become a co-presenter of BBC1's The Clothes Show. In addition, Tim has also presented the BBC shows Short Change (a consumer affairs programme for children) and Fully Booked (a magazine show for children), starred in the first series of the reality television series I'm Famous And Frightened! (Living TV), and hosted the Sky One reality TV series There's Something About Miriam.
Other TV credits, either as a presenter/host or guest, include Dancing On Ice, The Paul O'Grady Show, Loose Women, The Wright Stuff, Through The Keyhole, Ready Steady Cook, Entertainment Today, This Morning, The National Lottery EuroMillions Draw and Let's Dance For Comic Relief. In addition, Tim has provided the voiceover for Kitchen Criminals for BBC2.
On radio, Tim has hosted Tim Vincent's Secret Songs on Magic and guest co-hosting on the Myleene Klass Show for Capital.
Tim Vincent is in popular demand for hosting blue chip corporate events, including The Clothes Show Live (NEC), Salon International for Wella, and Specsavers Look Of The Year Awards. To book him for your Event, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or alternatively call us on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements.
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