Andi Peters have certainly come a long way since leaving the Broom Cupboard on CBBC. A familiar face on our TV screens, Andi Peters has presented backstage on the X Factor, won runner up on Celebrity Masterchef, and inspired people to become more fit. His diverse TV presenting career makes Andy the idea choice for corporate or awards hosting.
Journalist, TV producer, and one of the UK’s best loved TV faces, originally a children’s TV favourite, and eventually a Commissioning Editor and Executive producer, Andi Peters is highly respected, charming and a consummate corporate host and keynote speaker.
From the BBC Broom Cupboard with Edd the Duck, to a muscly charity photoshoot for M&S; from presenting the Capital Radio weekend breakfast show to presenting Dancing on Ice Extra, and creating the popular T4, Andi’s range of talents is unrivalled.
Starting at an in-store radio station at the age of 17, Andi’s broadcasting aspirations were sewn as seeds of ambition, to be realised when he was offered his first job, presenting But First This for the BBC.
The Ozone, The Broom Cupboard and Take Two followed, cementing him firmly as one of the nation’s most recognisable TV faces.
By the time he presented the Smash Hits awards in 1993, Andi’s prolific presenting experience was extending to incorporate an equal talent for live presenting as for front-of-camera hosting.
His extensive list of TV credits includes City Hospital; Celebrity Extra; Dancing on Ice and Eden, amongst so many more.
Trying his hand at producing proved to be a successful endeavour. Taking a turn behind the lens resulted in TV shows such as The Ozone; Gladiators – Train to Win and an Audience with the Spice Girls.
In 1998 Andi joined Channel 4 as Commissioning Editor, Children and Young People. He created the award winning T4 and produced the highly successful cutting edge drama As If.
Back at the BBC, his next job with Executive Producer, Popular Music, and he has overseen the media training for the Spice Girls, JLS and Westlife.
The biggest challenge of Andi’s career was Dancing on Ice in 2006, when he was so popular that he ended up hosting the spin-offs Dancing on Ice-Exclusive and Dancing on Ice Extra for ITV1. He also has hosted more than five sell out tours of the UK with Torvill and Dean & the Dancing on Ice Tour.
He has worn a chef’s hat on Celebrity Masterchef, and hosted the Golden Globes coverage with Fearne Cotton for Sky One.
In 2014 Andi presented ITV’s big hitting quiz show, Ejector Seat. Andi is also a regular on This Morning, where he hosts several slots.
Andi's experience mixed with his warm charm, make him an ideal host for any event.