Jonathan Ross
Name: Jonathan Ross
Hobbies/Interests: cars, fashion, film, music, tennis
Endorsements: Pizza Hut
Charities: British Heart Foundation; Changing Faces; Children With Leukaemia; Comic Relief / Sport Relief; Epilepsy Action; Future Forests; Lowe Syndrome Trust; The Give Tilly a Hand Appeal; The Rhys Daniels Trust; Variety Club of Great Britain

Ross began his television career as a programme researcher, before debuting as a television presenter for The Last Resort With Jonathan Ross on Channel 4.

Jonathan then moved to the BBC and began presenting The Film Programme. He then, began his own radio show on BBC Radio 2 in 1999, and from 2001 he hosted Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, for which he won three British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards for Best Entertainment Performance.

In 2005, Ross was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to broadcasting. Ross has a boldness in presenting, which some would consider often risqu?, and as a result, he has sometimes been surrounded by controversy. As a result, in 2008 he wrote a semi-autobiographical work titled Why Do I Say These Things?, detailing some of his life experiences.

He is known for his distinctive voice, flamboyant style of dress, and his light-hearted banter. He is also known for his characteristic inability to pronounce the letter 'r'.