Jason Manford

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== Shows ==
== Shows ==
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[[8 Out of 10 Cats]] (team captain)
[[As Seen On TV]] (team captain)
[[As Seen On TV]] (team captain)
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[[The Big Fat Quiz of the Year|The Big Fat Quiz of the 80s]] (participant)
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[[Bigheads]]
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[[8 Out of 10 Cats]] (team captain)
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[[First & Last]]
[[Odd One In]] (team captain)
[[Odd One In]] (team captain)
[[Show Me the Funny]]
[[Show Me the Funny]]
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[[What Would Your Kid Do?]]
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Current revision as of 11:49, 1 January 2020

Contents

Shows

8 Out of 10 Cats (team captain)

As Seen On TV (team captain)

Bigheads

First & Last

Odd One In (team captain)

Show Me the Funny

What Would Your Kid Do?

Biography

Born in Salford in 1981, Jason first came to public attention as a presenter on the Xfm radio station in Greater Manchester. He came to national attention when he succeeded Dave Spikey as a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats in 2007. He has continued this role while appearing on a number of other TV shows, and also regularly touring his stand-up comedy show. In August 2010, he succeeded Adrian Chiles as a main presenter on BBC One's evening magazine show The One Show, however he left the programme in November of the same year.

Trivia

He won Best Breakthrough Act at the 2006 Chortle Awards.

He and his wife Catherine have three children, twins girls born in August 2009, and another girl born in December 2010.

Web links

Official site

Internet Movie Database entry

Wikipedia entry

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