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Birth name: Vernon Charles Kay.
Born: April 28, 1974 in Bolton, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom.
Height: 6' 4" (1.93 m).
-Tess Daly (12 September 2003 - present) they have one child.
Children: Phoebe Elizabeth Kay.
Vernon Kay biography (bio):
Vernon Charles Kay is an English TV presenter and DJ. His first TV presenting job was on the BBC children's show FBi, a spin-off of Fully Booked.
He hosted the television show Hit Me Baby One More Time which first aired on British television in 2005. The show was then picked up by NBC for the United States, which Kay also hosted. Vernon Kay is a former host of T4. He also presented Boys and Girls, HeadJam, Celebrities Under Pressure and California Dreaming.
He married fellow television presenter, Tess Daly on September 12, 2003, in his hometown of Horwich, near Bolton. They have one child together, a little girl called Phoebe Elizabeth. She was born on October 17, 2004.
Kay, known for his long hair and sense of style, made his first step in to the world of showbiz when he was spotted by Select model scouts for the Clothes Show Live. His stylish ways led to him being awarded 2005's Most Stylish Man award by men's magazine FHM.
In January 2004, Vernon Kay joined BBC Radio 1 and presented an entertainment show every Sunday. In April 2004, Vernon was given the 10am - 1pm weekend slot, which was previously hosted by Colin Murray and Edith Bowman, and currently broadcasts on both Saturdays and Sundays on the popular radio network.
In 2005, Kay hosted the annual The Record of the Year competition.
Also in 2005, Vernon Kay competed with a host of other celebrities in a series titled, Ant & Dec's Gameshow Marathon, in which TV personalities battled it out against each other in a series of well-known game formats that had been featured on ITV over the past 50 years. The series was screened as part of ITV's 50th anniversary celebrations. Kay managed to get to the final of the competition, however lost out to Carol Vorderman and her family, in a special edition of Family Fortunes.
Despite this blow, TV bosses were reportedly so impressed with Kay's performance on the show, that they announced plans to revive Family Fortunes with Vernon Kay as the host. The show was originally due to start in September 2006, but the first episode aired on Saturday 28th October 2006. The show is now titled All Star Family Fortunes as it features celebrities and their families as the contestants. He also presented alongside his wife, Tess Daly, for the first time in 2006, on the BBC One celebrity singing contest Just the Two of Us.
In 2006, Vernon hosted a segment on ITV's coverage of The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday LIVE. It was announced on 26th April 2007 that Vernon will host a new talent search show called "Search for the next Elvis" in which Elvis impersonators will compete for a prize, which is as yet unknown. They will have to get votes from a set of judges and the home viewers.
He appeared in the first episode of Nathan Barley where he was the main character in the Story "Rise of the Idiots".
* He is a lifelong fan of Bolton Wanderers.
* When Tess was 7 month pregnant with their daughter Phoebe, they decided to sell their Marylebone flat for a mansion In The Buckinghamshire countryside.
* Vernon presented The Paul O'Grady Show as a substitute host, on 23 October 2006 and 9 May 2007.