Blue Peter You Decide (judge)
Gameshow Marathon (participant)
Have I Got News for You (guest host)
Never Mind the Buzzcocks (guest host)
Who Dares Wins (non-broadcast pilot)
Belfast-born Holmes trained as a journalist with Ulster Television, getting his first major break when he took over from Gloria Hunniford as host of Good Evening Ulster at the age of 21, making him the UK's youngest-ever regional news anchor.
Early jobs on the mainland included the behind-the-scenes/TV discussion shows Open Air and TV Weekly, as well as Pot Black, before he took up residence on the GMTV sofa. Since then, he's sprung up all over the place (though - apart from that sofa - he's mostly worked for the BBC). Outside his game show credits, his other shows have included How Do They Do That?, The National Lottery Live and Sporting Greats. He also presents a weekend show on Radio Five Live and made a high-profile defection from GMTV to Sky News.
He was named after Eamonn Andrews because his mum was a fan.
When GMTV began in 1993, it was Holmes' words of "A new day, a new year, a new television station. You are waking up to GMTV" that got the ball rolling.
The manufacturers of the Eamonn Holmes-endorsed DVD game Spell had to re-print 10,000 copies after getting his name wrong on the packaging. Holmes spotted "Eamon" on the box cover when he was sent one of the DVDs to sign.
Holmes replaced fellow-Ulsterman Des Lynam on two BBC shows, namely the 'Holiday' programme and 'How Do They Do That?'
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