Steve Jones (2)

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== Shows ==
== Shows ==
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[[As Seen On TV|As Seen On TV]]
 
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[[Drop Zone|Drop Zone]]
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[[As Seen On TV]]
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[[Let's Dance for Comic Relief|Let's Dance for Comic Relief]]
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[[Drop Zone]]
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[[Hair]]
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[[Let's Dance]]
[[101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow]]
[[101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow]]
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[[When Women Rule the World|When Women Rule the World]]
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[[When Women Rule the World]]
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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Rose to fame as anchorman of the Channel 4 youth strand ''T4''.
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Born in 1977 in the Rhondda Valley. South Wales, Jones started his career modelling for ''Esquire'' magazine. He also moved into TV presenting, hosting programmes for HTV (now ITV Wales). His big break came in 2003, when he became a regular anchorman of the Channel 4 youth strand ''T4'', a position he would hold for seven years. During this time, he further developed his presenting career, hosting other programmes for Channel 4, as well as primetime programmes for the BBC and Sky.
== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
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Not to be confused with [[Steve Jones (1)|''that'' Steve Jones]].
Not to be confused with [[Steve Jones (1)|''that'' Steve Jones]].
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In May 2011, it was confirmed that he would host the American version of [[The X Factor]], alongside ''Pussycat Doll'' Nicole Scherzinger.
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He hosted the American version of [[The X Factor]] when it took to the air in 2011. This engagement lasted just one series, as his contract was not renewed.
== Contact ==
== Contact ==
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c/o Independent Talent Group Ltd, Oxford House, 76 Oxford Street, London W1D 1BS
c/o Independent Talent Group Ltd, Oxford House, 76 Oxford Street, London W1D 1BS
[[Category:People|Jones, Steve]]
[[Category:People|Jones, Steve]]

Current revision as of 02:23, 6 November 2016

Contents

Shows

As Seen On TV

Drop Zone

Hair

Let's Dance

101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow

When Women Rule the World

Biography

Born in 1977 in the Rhondda Valley. South Wales, Jones started his career modelling for Esquire magazine. He also moved into TV presenting, hosting programmes for HTV (now ITV Wales). His big break came in 2003, when he became a regular anchorman of the Channel 4 youth strand T4, a position he would hold for seven years. During this time, he further developed his presenting career, hosting other programmes for Channel 4, as well as primetime programmes for the BBC and Sky.

Trivia

Not to be confused with that Steve Jones.

He hosted the American version of The X Factor when it took to the air in 2011. This engagement lasted just one series, as his contract was not renewed.

Contact

c/o Independent Talent Group Ltd, Oxford House, 76 Oxford Street, London W1D 1BS

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