Name: Anthony McPartlin
Occupation: TV Show Host
Gender: Male
Height: 173 cm
Birth Day: November 18, 1975
Age: 48
Birth Place: Newcastle upon Tyne - England
Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
DOB in Roman: XI.XVIII.MCMLXXV

Anthony McPartlin

Anthony McPartlin was born on 18 November 1975(48 years old) in England. Anthony McPartlin is TV Show Host, Zodiac sign - Scorpio. More detail about Anthony McPartlin given below.

About Anthony McPartlin

Television host and actor who rose to prominence as one half of the English comedy duo Ant & Dec, partnering Declan Donnelly.

Trivia

He hosted many of Britain's hit shows, including Pop Idol, Britain's Got Talent, and SMTV Live.

Anthony McPartlin before fame

On the BBC's children's show Byker Grove, he was first exposed to the public.

Achievement of Anthony McPartlin

He hosted a number of popular series in the United Kingdom, including Pop Idol, Britain's Got Talent, and SMTV Live.

Salary 2020

Not known

Net Worth 2020

$40 Million

Anthony McPartlin family life

From 2006 through 2018, he was married to Lisa Armstrong.

Associations of Anthony McPartlin

He made a cameo appearance in Hugh Grant's film Love Actually in 2003.

Anthony McPartlin Height, Weight & Physique Measurements

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Height 173 cm
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Anthony McPartlin Timeline

  • 1993

    McPartlinu0027s first appearance on television was on the childrenu0027s workshop programme Why Donu0027t You?, but his big break came when he rose to prominence playing the character of PJ in the CBBC series Byker Grove. It was during his time on the programme that he first met Declan Donnelly, who was cast in the part of Duncan. The pair formed a close friendship on the programme, both socially and professionally, with the men performing as their characters until their departure from the programme in 1993. During their tenure, the pair created a number of hit records under the label of "PJ & Duncan AKA", including the song "Tonight Iu0027m Free" that had been performed on Byker Grove.

  • 2006

    From that part onwards, McPartlin and Donnelly worked together on television, creating the presenting duo of Ant & Dec. Initially, the pair continued to work in childrenu0027s television with the Saturday morning hit SMTV Live, before they eventually branched out into gameshows u2013 Friends Like These, PokerFace and Push the Button u2013 along with talent shows u2013 Pop Idol, and Britainu0027s Got Talent u2013 and entertainment programmes u2013 Iu0027m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, and Ant & Decu0027s Saturday Night Takeaway. The pair continued to maintain work in acting, starring in a tribute to The Likely Lads, in the form of a remake of an episode from the showu0027s sequel Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? entitled "No Hiding Place". In 2006, McPartlin and Donnelly starred together in the film Alien Autopsy.On 22 July 2006, McPartlin married his longtime girlfriend, make-up artist Lisa Armstrong at Cliveden, a country house hotel in Buckinghamshire. The pair remained married for 11 years before eventually announcing on 15 January 2018 that they were divorcing. In March 2018 McPartlin has since entered a relationship with Anne Marie Corbett, his former personal assistant.

  • 2007

    In 2007, it was discovered that two shows, Ant & Decu0027s Gameshow Marathon and Ant & Decu0027s Saturday Night Takeaway, which he co-presented with Donnelly, had defrauded viewers participating in phone-ins. The latter was produced by the pairu0027s own production company.In 2007, McPartlin, with his on-screen presenting partner, Donnelly, signed a u00a330 million two-and-a-half-year contract with ITV.

  • 2009

    In April 2009, Ant & Dec achieved wide international exposure when, as backstage commentators for Britainu0027s Got Talent, they interviewed contestant Susan Boyle, whose audition would become the most-viewed YouTube video of the year and whose record album topped sales charts in dozens of countries.

  • 2013

    McPartlin was mainly a Labour Party supporter until the 2010 election, when he voted for the Conservatives. In February 2013, he told The Guardian newspaper that he would struggle to justify voting for either political party in the future.

  • 2015

    In 2015, McPartlin went into hospital for an operation to treat his knee and was advised to take prescription drugs to combat pain after the surgery was botched. Over the course of the following two years, he slowly became addicted to taking the drugs along with alcohol, including use before television appearances. In June 2017, he sought treatment for his addiction and checked himself in for rehabilitation; he was released two months later. On 18 March 2018 McPartlin was involved in a road traffic collision in London, after which he was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving. The following day, on 19 March, he met with Dec and ITV and suspended further presenting duties to return to rehab for further treatment. On 16 April 2018, he was interviewed under caution and subsequently charged with drink-driving. McPartlin pleaded guilty to the offence at Wimbledon Magistratesu0027 Court the following month, and was banned from driving for 20 months and fined u00a386,000, Britainu0027s highest-ever penalty for drink-driving. He had previously been banned from driving for 30 days and fined u00a3350 for driving at 127mph on the A1(M) motorway.

  • 2016

    McPartlin was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2016 Birthday Honours for his services to broadcasting and entertainment.

  • 2018

    In August 2018 McPartlin announced he would be taking a break from television presenting duties until 2019, saying: "My recovery is going very well and for that to continue having spoken to Dec and ITV, I have made the decision to take the rest of the year off."

  • 2019

    In January 2019, McPartlin returned to his television duties alongside Donnelly at Britainu0027s Got Talent auditions.

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