Tim Vincent is a Welsh television presenter and actor who was born on November 4, 1972 in Overton, Wrexham, Wales. His real and original name when he was born is Timothy Walker. Among his earliest experiences in preparing for the entertainment industry was acting at the the Theater Clwyd, located at the town of Mold in Flintshire. At present, makes his abode in the United Kingdom, and lives at Hammersmith, London, England. Vincent’s first-ever professional acting job was when he took on the role of Billy Ryan, the character of an alcoholic teenager featured in the British drama television series Children’s Ward.
Vincent would later go on to act onstage as a pantomime specialist, becoming a regular for the role of Dandini in Cinderella, and performed in places such as Torquay, Southport, York, and Widnes. Vincent gained prominence as a presenter on the hit children’s television show Blue Peter, which he became a part of back during December 16, 1993. While working with Blue Peter, he also accomplished a number of other achievements, such as traveling to South Africa, completing the New York Marathon, and even piloting a fighter jet. Other shows he has worked on are Access Hollywood, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, and There’s Something About Miriam. Vincent is currently the host of Phenomenon.
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