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Paul Ross (Paul John Ross) grew up on 31 December, 1956 in Romford, is a Television/radio presenter, journalist, media personality. Find Paul Ross’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years of age.

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Business Television/radio presenter, journalist, media personality
How old? 65 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December 1956
Born day 31 December
Birthplace Romford
Nationality British

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His wife is Jackie Skinner (m. 2004), Kerensa Jane Bunce (m. 1991–2003)

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Wife Jackie Skinner (m. 2004), Kerensa Jane Bunce (m. 1991–2003)
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Ross broadcast “Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast” from 6-10 am on Talkradio, a new talk radio station which launched on 21 March 2016. In January 2018, as part of schedule changes to the station, Ross moved to overnights in the earlier time of 1-5 am. He left Talkradio in September 2019 to join sister station Talksport, presenting in the same overnight timeslot.


In January 2014, Ross participated in the second series of the celebrity diving show Splash! on ITV. He was eliminated in the second heat.

Ross has been married three times and has five children and 2 grandchildren. He lives near Tring in Hertfordshire. On 31 August 2014, Ross revealed that he had developed an addiction to mephedrone over the previous year and had an affair with a male English teacher. His wife stood by him.


In addition to his Breakfast show with Penny Smith on BBC London 94.9, since late 2013 Paul has been presenting the Saturday mid morning show on BBC Radio Berkshire, 8  am till 11  am.


In 2011, he took part in a Celebrity episode of The Chase, where he won £25,000 for Children With Cancer UK.


Ross also presented a radio show for LBC but left in early 2008, to present the Breakfast Show on BBC London 94.9, initially with JoAnne Good till January 2010 when Jo was given her own late night show The Late Show with JoAnne Good. From January 2010 Gaby Roslin co-presented with Ross till January 2013, when schedule changes took place and Penny Smith, former GMTV presenter was announced as his new co-presenter. Since Paul and Penny has been presenting BBC London 94.9 Breakfast show, its listenership, according to RAJAR have increased by 99,000. Occasionally he sits in for Robert Elms on the same station.

From 2008 to 2011 he also presented a show on Saturday mornings on BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey (formerly BBC Southern Counties Radio).


In November 2006, he caused controversy by announcing an upcoming EastEnders Christmas storyline on his LBC show, causing his mother, Martha Ross, who told him the storyline, to be sacked from her job as an extra on EastEnders. Since then his mother has jokingly refused to speak to Paul unless, as she stated in a 2007 Radio Times interview, he presents her with some Ann Summers lingerie.


Ross was the first contestant to be eliminated on 2003’s Comic Relief does Fame Academy after his singing failed to impress the public voters. In 2004, Ross presented a series of DVD programmes focusing on the news and fashions of the three decades before the 1990s. The first, 1960’s Flashbacks was released on DVD on 16 August.


In October 2001, Ross appeared as a guest on BBC Two’s popular comedy panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks. The following month he returned to his now familiar role as presenter with No Win, No Fee, a new game show for BBC One. The show would become one of Ross’ biggest successes, it was broadcast from 29 October 2001 to 29 August 2003, with three series and 70 episodes made.


In 2000, he presented a television game show for Living TV called Mystic Challenge.

Since then, Ross has continued to work as a TV presenter on many shows, including Most Haunted Live! for Living TV and on the shopping channel Bid TV, where he was one of its original faces when it first launched in October 2000.


In 1999, Ross was again playing quizmaster when he presented the game shows Mind The Gap, transmitted on ITV, Life’s a Punt for LIVE TV, A Slice of the Action for Carlton Food Network, and the celebrity quiz It’s Anybody’s Guess, which was commissioned for 40 episodes in the Carlton London region.


In January 1997, Ross presented the first episode of All Over the Shop, his celebrity based panel game show based on consumer issues. The programme, broadcast on BBC1 proved popular, running for three series until July 1999, by which time 85 episodes had been made. A critic on gave All Over the Shop positive remarks by saying: “For an early morning slot, this was quite a perky little show, a fact that must have been recognised due to its spin-off programmes.” That same year Ross fronted Endurance UK, the UK’s equivalent of the cult Japanese show Za Gaman for the Challenge TV channel, and it was commissioned for a second series the following year. Ross also found the time to present yet another game show, Tellystack for UK Gold. Tellystack was the third of four high-profile shows Ross would have to his name in 1997, the fourth was his late night entertainment programme The Paul Ross Show, broadcast on ITV, which again saw a second series transmitted in 1998.


In April 1996, he presented a celebrity based television show called The Very Famous Paul Ross Show for The Family Channel, in which he interviewed performers Adam West, Lynne Perrie and Cannon and Ball. In September of the same year, he teamed up with Sarah Greene and the pair launched a Sky One afternoon chat show called 1 to 3, aimed primarily at women with a mix of movies, music, celebrities, topical information, lifestyle and entertainment.


In 1995, Ross was chosen as the presenter of the game show Jeopardy!, which had been recently taken over by Sky One. The year was one of Ross’ busiest and he was seen presenting (as well as episodes of The Big Breakfast), the ITV series Big City and Good Sex Guide Abroad.


His onscreen break came in 1993 with Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast, on which Ross worked first as a reporter and then as a studio presenter. Celebrities Ross has interviewed include Mike Tyson, Sandra Bullock and Arnold Schwarzenegger.


By the late 1990s, Ross had worked as a presenter for GLR, Virgin Radio and, later, Talk Radio.


Growing up in outer east London, Ross was educated at Norlington School for Boys, and later read English at the University of Kent. Realising he would not be able to follow the academic career he favoured, “an English lecturer at a polytechnic”, he commenced training as a journalist at the University of Exeter and subsequently started his career with the Western Times in Exeter in 1982.


Paul John Ross (born 31 December 1956) is an English television and radio presenter, journalist and media personality.