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British television personality

Andi Peters

Peters in 2010
Andi Eleazu Peters

(1970-07-29) 29 July 1970 (age 52)

Chelsea, London, England
Occupation Television presenter, producer, journalist, voice actor
Years active 1988–present

Andi Eleazu Peters (born 29 July 1970) is a British television presenter, producer, journalist and voice actor, currently employed by ITV and known for presenting Children’s BBC, roles on breakfast TV shows Live & Kicking, GMTV, Good Morning Britain and Lorraine, and for hosting Dancing on Ice: Extra and The Big Reunion He competed in the first series of the ITV skating competition Dancing on Ice He appeared in the third series of Celebrity MasterChef finishing as runner-up behind Atomic Kitten singer Liz McClarnon

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Peters presenting Dancing on Ice in 2011 (pictured with Chloe Madeley and Michael Zenezini)

During his early television career, Andi Peters worked for ITV as an presenter for Thames Television and as in-vision continuity announcer for CITV

He was taken on by the BBC in 1989 as a presenter on Children’s BBC for The Broom Cupboard, succeeding Phillip Schofield and Andy Crane Peters was accompanied by Edd the Duck, a hand puppet with a green mohican Peters hosted The Broom Cupboard for just over four years, leaving in 1993 He went on to present Take Two, a BBC Children’s comments programme, and BBC Children’s television programme Live & Kicking with Emma Forbes and John Barrowman

Subsequently, Peters went on to work at LWT, and for Channel 4 as commissioning editor for youth and children’s programmes Among his TV producer credits are The Noise (ITV), The O-Zone (BBC), Top of the Pops (BBC) and Shipwrecked (Channel 4)

In 2013 and 2014, Peters narrated the ITV2 reality series The Big Reunion, which shows the reunions of pop groups

He appeared in the ITV daytime show Show Me the Telly a number of times towards the end of 2013 Since 28 April 2014, Peters has hosted competitions on the breakfast news programme Good Morning Britain, and also the ITV daytime game show Ejector Seat, which aired for a very short period in 2014 as a temporary replacement for Tipping Point

He stars on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway as a competition presenter

Since Christmas 2020, Peters has occasionally been guest hosting the ITV show Lorraine


Peters had a minor part in the 1999 animated film Toy Story 2, in which he provided the voice of Male Baggage Handler #1 Director John Lasseter offered the role to him while Peters was interviewing Lasseter for a Channel 4 “making-of” documentary Because his US work visa did not cover voiceover work, Peters had to record his line in the UK over a live broadcast to the Pixar studio


In March 2022, Peters stood in on Virgin Radio’s The Graham Norton Show while Graham Norton was away for family reasons

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