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Deborah Meaden grew up on 11 February, 1959 in Taunton, United Kingdom, is a British businesswoman. Find Deborah Meaden’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is She in this year and how She do with money?? Know how She earned most of networth at the age of 61 years of age.

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How old? 62 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 11 February 1959
Born day 11 February
Birthplace Taunton, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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Her husband is Paul Meaden (m. 1993)

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Meaden took part in the eleventh series of the BBC One dancing show Strictly Come Dancing, which began on 7 September 2013 and was partnered with professional dancer Robin Windsor. She was eliminated from the show on 26 October.


In July 2010, Meaden was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Exeter Business School. She also received an honorary degree from Staffordshire University in the same month. She was given an honorary degree at Keele University in July 2013. In July 2014, Meaden was awarded an honorary degree from Bath Spa University.


In 2009, Meaden acquired Fox Brothers – a West Nation textile mill established in 1772 and still based in Wellington, Somerset – along with fellow shareholder, Douglas Cordeaux, former design director at Pepe Jeans London. She was also involved in a collaboration with BBC conductor Charles Hazlewood, ‘Play the Field’, a weekend of classical music on Charles’s farm in Somerset over the August bank holiday weekend 2009. In October 2011, Meaden launched ‘The Merchant Fox’, an online store selling British-made luxury goods with provenance.

In 2009, a planning inspector criticised Meaden’s evidence to his enquiry as “implausible” in a dispute over the granting of village green status to a field on which Mudstone LLP, a firm in which she is a partner, wished to build 48 homes.

Meaden published Common Sense Rules (Random House) in the UK in May 2009. She used a ghostwriting service known as Careeral Ghost to complete this project.

In November 2009, Meaden featured in a short film to promote Somerset to businesses, commissioned by Into Somerset, having previously recorded two other short films for the inward investment agency in February 2009.


Meaden is known for her appearance as a “dragon” on the BBC Two programme Dragons’ Den. She took over from Rachel Elnaugh in the third series of the show on 3 August 2006. Like Elnaugh, Meaden was the only female “dragon” on the programme, although this changed in subsequent seasons with the arrival of Hilary Devey to replace James Caan. So far in the Den, she has agreed investments in 63 businesses to the value of over £3.3m.


In 1988, Meaden joined her family’s business to run its amusement arcade operations and in 1992, joined Weststar Holidays, a family holiday park operator based in Exeter, Devon, with its major sites in South West England. In 1999, she led a management buyout and acquired the majority shareholding. By the time she sold the company six years later, Weststar was providing holidays for more than 150,000 people each year with an EBITDA in excess of £11m. In 2005, she made a partial exit when Weststar was sold in a deal worth £33 million to Phoenix Equity Partners, and, in August 2007, her remaining stake of 23% in Weststar Holidays was liquibeen in a relationship with? when the firm was sold to Alchemy Partners for £83m, valuing her stake at about £19m.


Meaden met her husband, Paul, in summer 1985, while he worked at Weststar during his university break. They separated, but after she took a trip to Venezuela, she returned to London and they married in 1993. The couple have never had children. and live in a period property near Langport in Somerset with numerous animals. Meaden bought the property in 2006 after selling her Weststar Holidays business for £33m. Since then, the house has undergone extensive renovations using period accurate materials. Meaden said: “We have done it up in an ethical way, restoring whatever we can using traditional materials. That has cost us at least twice as much as it needed to. I always say: we were lucky to find our home, and it was lucky to find us. I do not know anybody in their right mind who would have spent the money on it we have – far more than we will ever get back.”


Deborah Sonia Meaden (born 1959) is an English businesswoman who ran a multimillion-pound family holiday business, before completing a management buyout, but is now best known for her appearances on the BBC Two business programme Dragons’ Den.