Fearne Wood (née Cotton, born 3 September 1981) known professionally as Fearne Cotton, is an English television and radio presenter, best known for presenting a number of popular television programmes such as Top of the Pops and the Red Nose Day telethons.
Louise Griffiths (born 31 July 1978) is an English pop singer-songwriter, fashion model, and actress.
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (born 23 December 1971) also known as T P-T, is an English socialite, "it girl", television presenter, columnist, model and charity patron. Her activities have been well-covered by the British tabloid press.
Patricia "Tricia" Penrose (born 9 April 1970) is an English actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Gina Ward in ITV1's long-running 1960s drama Heartbeat, a role she played continuously from 1993 to 2010. She has also appeared in The Royal, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Boon, Justice and Dancin' Thru the Dark.
Kanak "Konnie" Asha Huq (/ˈhʌk/; Bengali: কনক হক; born 17 July 1975) is a British television presenter and writer. She is the longest-serving female presenter of Blue Peter, having presented it from 1 December 1997 until 23 January 2008. She presented the 2010 series of The Xtra Factor on ITV2.
Eva Ulrika Jonsson (born 16 August 1967) is a Swedish television presenter living and working in the UK. She became famous as a TV-am weather presenter and moved on to present Gladiators and became a team captain of the show Shooting Stars.
Dawn Anne Steele (born 11 December 1975 in Glasgow) is a Scottish actress best known for her portrayals of the characters Alexandra "Lexie" MacDonald from the BBC drama Monarch of the Glen & Alice Trevanion in ITV drama series Wild at Heart.
Zöe Salmon (born 7 January 1980) is a British television presenter who hosted the children's television show Blue Peter from 23 December 2004 to 25 June 2008. She also appeared on Dancing on Ice in early 2009. She was also Miss Northern Ireland 1999.
Miranda Katherine Hart Dyke (born 14 December 1972), known professionally as Miranda Hart, is an English actress and comedian from the Hart Dyke family. Following drama training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, Hart began writing material for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and making small appearances in various British sitcoms including Hyperdrive and Not Going Out
Lemar Obika (born 4 April 1978), professionally known simply as Lemar, is an English R&B singer–songwriter and record producer. Lemar has had a run of chart success in the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. He rose to fame after finishing in third place on the first series of British talent show Fame Academy, which was won by songwriter David Sneddon.
Angellica Bell (born 24 March 1976) is a British television and radio presenter.
Debra Stephenson (born 4 June 1972 in Hull) is an English actress, comedienne, impressionist and singer. She is best known for her roles on Playing the Field as Diane Powell, Bad Girls as Shell Dockley and Coronation Street as Frankie Baldwin.
Alexandra Rebecca Parks (born 26 July 1984) is an English former singer-songwriter. Parks was entered into the BBC Television programme, Fame Academy by her father. It was a show that she went on to win. Soon after winning Fame Academy, she released her first album entitled Introduction, which went double platinum in the United Kingdom and gold in several other European countries. In 2005 she released her second album, Honesty. Parks parted with her label, Polydor, in 2006 by mutual consent.
Nicholas Augustine "Nick" Knowles (born 21 September 1962) is an English television presenter best known for his presenting roles on the BBC, most notably National Lottery game shows including Who Dares Wins (2007–present), Secret Fortune (2011–2012), Perfection (2011–2015), Break the Safe (2013–2014) and 5-Star Family Reunion (2015–present). Knowles also presents the DIY series DIY SOS (1999–present) for BBC One and co-presented the daytime series Real Rescues (2007–2013).
Edith Eleanor Bowman (born 15 January 1974) is a Scottish radio DJ. She is mostly known for formerly hosting the weekday afternoon show and the weekend morning on BBC Radio 1, as well as for presenting a variety of music related television shows and music festivals.
Kim Louise Medcalf (born 1973) is an English actress and occasional singer. She has made occasional appearances as a singer and is best known for playing the character Sam Mitchell in the long-running BBC soap opera EastEnders from 2002 to 2005.
Melanie Clare Sophie "Mel" Giedroyc (/ˈɡɛdrɔɪtʃ/) is an English presenter, actress and comedienne, best known for her comedy work with Sue Perkins, co-hosting series including Light Lunch for Channel 4, The Great British Bake Off for the BBC and chat show Mel and Sue for ITV.
David Sneddon (born 15 September 1978) is a Scottish singer, songwriter, musician and music producer of contemporary pop music. He took an unusual route into the music business via performing on stage and television and singing lead roles in stage musicals in Glasgow. He went on in 2002 to win the first series of the BBC's music competition Fame Academy. He released his first single "Stop Living the Lie" in 2003 which was a number one hit single selling over 250,000 copies, making it the 12th highest selling single of 2003. Sneddon's debut album Seven Years – Ten Weeks released in April 2003, reached No.5 in the UK Albums Chart. He achieved three more UK Singles Chart singles – "Don't Let Go" (No. 3), "Best of Order" (No. 19) and "Baby Get Higher" (No. 39). His song "Baby Get Higher" was a hit on the dance floor for Almighty Records and a chart hit for VanVelzen in 2006, and also for Emin Agalarov.
Adrian Charles "Ade" Edmondson (born 24 January 1957) is an English comedian, actor, writer, musician, television presenter and director. He came to prominence in the early 1980s and was part of the alternative comedy boom. He is probably best known for his comedic roles in the television series The Young Ones (1982–84) and Bottom (1991–95), for which he also wrote together with his long-time collaborative partner Rik Mayall. Edmondson also appeared in The Comic Strip Presents... series of films throughout the 1980s and 1990s. For one episode of this he created the spoof heavy metal band Bad News, and for another he played his nihilistic alter-ego Eddie Monsoon, an offensive South African television star.
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Reggie Yates (born 31 May 1983) is a British actor, television presenter and radio DJ, best known from his roles as Rastamouse, Leo Jones in Doctor Who, and for his work at the BBC in radio and television - presenting various shows for BBC Radio 1 with Fearne Cotton - as well as hosting the ITV2 reality show Release the Hounds. Since 2015, he has co-presented the primetime BBC One game show Prized Apart, alongside Emma Willis. He is also the host of the BBC 3 show Reggie Yates' Extreme Russia and Extreme South Africa.
Josephine Grace "Jo" Brand (born 23 July 1957) is an English comedian, writer and actress. Starting her entertainment career with a move from psychiatric nursing to the alternative comedy stand-up scene and early performances on Saturday Live, she went on to appear on The Brain Drain, Channel 4's Jo Brand Through the Cakehole, Getting On and various television appearances including as a regular guest on QI, Have I Got News for You and Would I Lie to You?.
Jonathan Peter Culshaw (born 2 June 1968) is an English impressionist and comedian, best known for his work on the radio comedy Dead Ringers since 2000.
Christopher Colquhoun (born 10 January 1970 in Carlisle, England) is an English actor who trained at RADA. He is most famous for appearing as Simon Kaminski in the BBC drama series Casualty, from 2002 to 2004. He also appeared in Holby City in this role as well. He also played Jake Quinn in The Bill for two episodes – "An Honour to Serve", parts 1 and 2.
William "Will" Mellor (born 3 April 1976) is an English actor. He is known for playing Jambo Bolton in Hollyoaks, Jack Vincent in Casualty, Gaz Wilkinson in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, DC Spike Tanner in No Offence and Ollie Curry in White Van Man.