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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (May 2008) Bradley Walsh Walsh in September 2008. Born 4 June 1960 (1960-06-04) (age 51) Watford, Hertfordshire, England Occupation Actor, comedian, television presenter, footballer Years active 1994–present Spouse Donna (1997–present) Bradley Walsh (born 4 June 1960) is an English light entertainer, television actor, comedian and former professional footballer. Contents 1 Background 2 Football 3 Television 3.1 Coronation Street 3.2 Law & Order UK 4 Film 5 Books 6 Personal life 7 Filmography 7.1 Films 7.2 TV 8 References 9 External links Background Bradley Walsh grew up in Leavesden, near Watford. He attended Francis Combe, a comprehensive school in Garston, Hertfordshire.[1] Football In the early 1980s, Walsh played professional football for Brentford F.C., although he failed to make the first team. An injury finished his career in the game. He also played for Barnet FC at the same time as Jimmy Greaves. Television He first came to prominence on television in 1994 as a presenter of the National Lottery before going on to host the British version of Wheel of Fortune in 1997. In 1995, Walsh presented another ITV1 game show, Midas Touch. before turning his attention to acting. Walsh was in the cast of short lived British soap opera Night and Day in 2002. He appeared as Burglar Bill at the Children's Party at the Palace in 2006. Walsh took part in Northern Rock's All Star Golf Tournament on ITV, which his team, Team Europe, won. Walsh said that he has been playing golf since he was 20. On 9 September 2006, he hosted the 50 Greatest Stars Polls. He appeared in the three part TV drama Torn. He hosted No. 1 Soap Fan on 29 December 2007 for ITV. In August 2008, Walsh appeared in the reality talent show television series, Maestro on BBC Two.[2] Walsh is also making a series for ITV called 'My Little Soldier', in which the young contestants are required to do "grown-up things" such as travelling on their own by train. Walsh was confirmed as the host of a new ITV1 game show called Spin Star that aired from 10 November - 19 December 2008.[3] Walsh joined the Doctor Who universe by playing three roles in the 2008 Sarah Jane Adventures story The Day of the Clown. Including a sinister clown called Odd Bob, and a mysterious European sounding ringmaster named Elijah Spellman, and the infamous Pied Piper of Hamelin. Along with his son Barney, he is also featured in one edition of a factual TV series for Five, Dangerous Adventures for Boys, based on the best-selling book written by Conn and Hal Iggulden, The Dangerous Book for Boys. In June 2009, Bradley hosted a game show for ITV called The Chase. The first series had 10 shows and a second series ended on Friday 23 July 2010. A third series of The Chase started transmitting on ITV1 Monday 3 January 2011. He can currently been seen as the host on the ITV Saturday night gameshow Odd One In with Peter Andre and Jason Manford. The show has 7 episodes which stared 18th June 2011. Coronation Street On 31 May 2004, he began playing the role of factory boss, Danny Baldwin, in the Granada TV soap opera, Coronation Street, for which he is now best known. Danny was originally going to be called Vic, but Walsh asked for the name to be changed to Danny after his late father. People had previously called him Young Danny, so he thought it would not be so bad when people called him by his character's name. He won the 'Best Dramatic Performance' award at the British Soap Awards in May 2006 for his role. He was written out of the serial at his own request at the end of that year, but he was not killed off. Law & Order UK Bradley has filmed the fifth series to be aired July 2011 on ITV1 playing DS Ronnie Brooks in Law & Order: UK. Film Walsh starred in the 2001 film Mike Bassett: England Manager. He also appeared in the TV series, Lock, Stock.... Books Walsh has co-authored a series of personalised football story books in the series My Dream Cup Final with.... Personal life Walsh married choreographer Donna in 1997, and they have one son, Barney (born 1998). The family live in Epping, Essex. He has a daughter Hayley (born 1982), from a previous relationship. Walsh is currently in training as he will be cycling from the North of France to Portugal to raise money for Sane. He appeared on 'That's What I Call Television' with Fern Britton and declared that he is an Arsenal FC fan. On 22 October 2010, Walsh was in attendance at the funeral of fellow actor and comedian Sir Norman Wisdom[4] As of July 2010, Walsh finished a tour of stand-up/singing gigs in UK theatres. Walsh appeared in Christmas pantomime (Peter Pan) at Cliffs Pavilion, Southend from 11 Dec 2010 - 9 Jan 2011. Filmography Films Year Film Role Notes 2001 Mike Bassett: England Manager Dave Dodds The Glow George - The Butler Short film TV Year Show Role Notes 2000 Lock, Stock... Larry Harmless 1 episode: ...And a Fistful of Jack & Jills The Thing About Vince Perry 1 episode: 1.3 2001 Hotel Henry 2002–03 Night and Day Eddie 'Woody' Dexter Series regular 2003 Reps Terry Arnold M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team Phil Seagrove 1 episode: Daddy's Little Girl 2004 The Basil Brush Show Mr Savage 1 episode: Bend It Like Basil Murder City Ken Hill 1 episode: Big City, Small World 2004–06 Coronation Street Danny Baldwin Series regular 2007 Torn Steven Taylor 3 part series The Old Curiosity Shop Mr Liggers 2008 The Sarah Jane Adventures Odd Bob / Elijah Spellman / The Pied Piper 2 episodes: The Day of the Clown (Parts 1 & 2) 2009–present Law & Order: UK DS Ronnie Brooks Series regular References ^ "Students". www.franciscombe.herts.sch.uk. http://www.franciscombe.herts.sch.uk/prospectus/students.html. Retrieved 2008-08-22.  ^ BBC (2008-05-23). "Eight passionate amateurs bid to become BBC Two's Maestro". Press release. http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2008/05_may/23/maestro.shtml. Retrieved 2008-05-24.  ^ Ex-Corrie star lands ITV quiz role ^ http://www.mirror.co.uk/celebs/news/2010/10/22/norman-wisdom-hundreds-pay-respects-to-comedy-legend-115875-22651985/ External links Bradley Walsh at the Internet Movie Database Bradley Walsh Official Site Bradley Walsh Management - Debi Allen Preceded by Nicky Campbell Host of Wheel of Fortune 1997 Succeeded by John Leslie v · d · eFighting Talk List of episodes · Theme tune Pundits Regulars (as of Series 8) Dougie Anderson · Greg Brady · Will Buckley · Steve Bunce · Gideon Coe · David Croft · Matt Dawson · Simon Day · Neil Delamere · Dion Dublin · Gail Emms · Perry Groves · Eddie Kadi · Des Kelly · Martin Kelner · Steve Lamacq · Bob Mills · Sue Mott · Gary O'Reilly · Eleanor Oldroyd · John Rawling · Leroy Rosenior · Paul Sinha · Ian Stone · Matthew Syed · Mark Watson · Tom Watt · Jim White · Jack Whitehall · Josh Widdicombe Former/Semi-regular pundits (as of Series 8) Kriss Akabusi · Brian Alexander · Keith Allen · Clare Balding · John Barnes · John Bishop · Roger Black · Bill Bradshaw · Kevin Bridges · Mark Bright · Steve Claridge · Tim Clark · Steve Cram · Mick Dennis · Tony Dorigo · Jill Douglas · John Emburey · Barry Fantoni · John Fashanu · Les Ferdinand · Roddy Forsyth · Kevin Garside · Andy Goldstein · Bobby Gould · Stuart Hall · Austin Healey · Rob Heeney · Dean Holdsworth · Dominic Holland · Matt Holland · Iyare Igiehon · Hazel Irvine · Jim Jeffries · Danny Kelly · Graeme Le Saux · Sean Lock · Katharine Merry · Ian Moore · Trevor Nelson · Pat Nevin · DJ Nihal · John Oliver · Richard Park · Andy Parsons · Gavin Peacock · Charlie Pickering · Al Pitcher · Tayo Popoola · Mark Pougatch · Jeff Probyn · Adil Ray · Jon Richardson · Max Rushden · Lawrie Sanchez · Mark Steele · Iwan Thomas · Rick Wakeman · Bradley Walsh · Henning Wehn Guest/One-off pundits (as of Series 8) Terry Alderton · John Aldridge · Martin Allen · Gary Beadle · Luther Blissett · Henry Blofeld · Mark Bosnich · Tim Brabants · Phil Brown · Darren Campbell · Andrew Castle · Alan Cochrane · David Conn · Mike Costello · Allison Curbishley · Edward Davey · Dickie Davies · Fred Dinenage · Alan Duncan · Efan Ekoku · Caroline Flint · Gary Gillespie · David Ginola · Jimmy Hill · Ian Holloway · Jake Humphrey · Ian Hyland · Ronnie Irani · Simon Jones · Rod Liddle · Ralf Little · Cornelius Lysaght · Mike McClean · Ian McGarry · Barry McGuigan · Christian Malcolm · Steve Marsh · Danny Mills · Bob Mortimer · Terry Neill · James Nesbitt · Dara Ó Briain · Ed O'Brien · Lembit Öpik · Mike Parry · Colin Paterson · Eric Pickles · Gershon Portnoi · Stephen Pound · Jimmy Pursey · Gordon Ramsay · Graham Rix · Ian Robertson · Stewart Robson · Dean Saunders · Robbie Savage · Chris Sheasby · Doug Stanhope · Kit Symons · Paul Tonkinson · Michael Vaughan · Gregg Wallace · Geoff Whiting · Andy Zaltzman 2011 Summer series Jason Weaver Presenters Johnny Vaughan · Christian O'Connell · Colin Murray · Nick Hancock Guest presenters: Richard Bacon · Terry Wogan · Dickie Davies · Gabby Logan · Phil Williams · Kelly Cates · Jimmy Tarbuck · Chris Hollins · Alan Davies · Barry Davies · Nick Hancock Related articles BBC Radio 5 Live Persondata Name Walsh, Bradley Alternative names Short description Date of birth 4 June 1960 Place of birth Watford, Hertfordshire Date of death Place of death