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Nick Hancock Midsomer Murders:

Nick Hancock is a well-known actor and broadcaster. He hosted the BBC One sports quiz program They Think It’s All Over and the Room 101 show (BBC).

Damned (Channel 4) and Midsomer Murders (ITV) are two of his most recent television credits (ITV).

Nick Hancock is an English actor and television presenter who was born on October 25, 1962. For ten years, he presented the sports quiz show They Think It’s All Over.

He also hosted Room 101 on TV from 1994 to 1999, as well as its radio counterpart from 1992 to 1994.

Hancock was raised by his father Ken and three older sisters. He attended Staffordshire’s Yarlet School and then Shrewsbury School.

Homerton College, Cambridge, gave him a third-class education degree. Hancock was a member of the Footlights while at Cambridge, when he initially partnered with Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt, eventually becoming president in 1983, with Punt as vice president.

Nick Hancock is an English actor and television presenter who was born on October 25, 1962. For ten years, he presented the sports quiz show They Think It’s All Over.

He also hosted Room 101 on TV from 1994 to 1999, as well as its radio counterpart from 1992 to 1994.

Hancock was raised by his father Ken and three older sisters. He attended Staffordshire’s Yarlet School and then Shrewsbury School.

Homerton College, Cambridge, gave him a third-class education degree. Hancock was a member of the Footlights while at Cambridge, when he initially partnered with Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt, eventually becoming president in 1983, with Punt as vice president.

In 1988, Hancock was featured in an advertisement for Data post, and in 1990, he was featured in a series of ads for Randall’s beer. They were only aired in Jersey, although Angus Deayton mocked them on his TV show Before They Were Famous.

Hancock appears in two Mr Bean episodes, the first as a burglar who stole Mr Bean’s camera and the second as a railway ticket inspector. Me, You, and Him, as well as The Mary Whitehouse Experience, were among his early television credits.

 

Peter Cook is Hancock’s comic idol, and he had the opportunity to meet him when Cook appeared on Room 101.

Hancock loved hosting They Think It’s All Over, especially when the guests got themselves into trouble: “Chris Eubank was slamming Kiwi rugby great Jonah Lomu, who is 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs over 181 pounds.

Jonah was backstage, getting ready to take the stage for our ‘feel the sportsmen’ round. It was a wonderful experience!” [requires citation]

In 1998, Hancock co-starred in “The Outsiders,” a documentary/comedy about the Iranian national football squad, alongside Andy Smart. In 1999, he travelled from Guantanamo to Pinar del Rio for the Great Railway Journeys of the World.

 

In 1998 Hancock also provided the narration for a six-part BBC documentary Pleasure Beach, following the running of the Blackpool amusement park.

After passing on the host’s duties for both Room 101 and They Think It’s All Over, Hancock took a sabbatical to spend more time with his family. He has made one-off appearances, including on Red Nose Day’s The Ultimate Makeover, in which Hancock, Anna Ryder Richardson, Phil Tufnell and TV gardener Joe Swift transformed a Liverpool play centre for children whose parents could not afford child-care.

In 2006 Hancock appeared on TV Heaven, Telly Hell, discussing his TV likes and dislikes, with Trinny and Susannah being his number one hate.

Hancock filmed a series for STV and Discovery Real Time called Nick Hancock’s Fishing School, where he teaches a number of students the art of fly fishing. The show, made by SMG Productions, began broadcasting in January 2007.

Hancock is married to an Iranian-born Shari Eftekhari, a lady he met during a George Best and Rodney Marsh football roadshow in Staines, Surrey. Hancock proposed to Shari in a pub: “We were playing pool in the Nellie Dean. I said to Shari: ‘Have I got something stuck between my teeth?’

As she looked I stuck out my tongue – there was an engagement ring on it. She said: ‘That’s lovely, yes, I will – but can we change the ring?” The couple married in Staffordshire in 1997, two years after they first met, and have two children

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