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- What does Cat Deeley do for a living?
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- Does Cat Deeley have any children?
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Who is Cat Deeley?
Cat Deeley is an English television presenter, model, actress, and television personality. From 1998 to 2002, she hosted the children’s program SMTV Live and its spin-off chart show CD: UK. In 2001, she won a BAFTA Children’s Award for hosting SMTV Live. She has also hosted Fame Academy on the BBC and the 2004 Brit Awards.
Deeley became the last presenter of the original run of Stars In Their Eyes, taking over from Matthew Kelly. Since 2006, Deeley has been the host of So You Think You Can Dance in the United States, for which she has been nominated five times for a Primetime Emmy.
Since 2003, Deeley has been a patron of London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children. In December 2009, she was made a UNICEF UK ambassador. She is married to Northern Irish comedian and television personality Patrick Kielty. She is known to be a supporter of West Bromwich Albion, FC.
Cat Deeley’s Career
At age 14, Deeley entered a regional edition of a BBC competition for The Clothes Show, in which she reached the national finals. She was signed as a model under her nickname of “Cat” to make it easier for clients to re-book her. She left full-time fashion modeling in 1997, following changes in her contract with Storm. Deeley moved on to co-present the MTV chart show, Hitlist UK, with close friend Edith Bowman. From 1998 until 2002, she was co-host with Ant & Dec of the Saturday morning children’s program SM: TV Live and hosted its spin-off programs CD: UK (1998–2005) and CD: UK Hotshots. On SM: TV Live she often acted as an apparently slightly unwilling assistant whenever the show featured a guest appearance by a magician, participating in a number of different illusions including being sawn in half in a version of the illusion called Clearly Impossible.
In 2001, she won a Children’s BAFTA award and appeared in an episode of the BBC’s Happiness. In 2002, Deeley appeared in a television advert for Marks and Spencer. Other programs she hosted include The Record of the Year, Fame Academy, The 2004 Brit Awards, and Stars in Their Eyes, as well as a weekly broadcast on London’s Capital FM and BBC Choice series Roadtripping, both with former MTV colleague Edith Bowman. In March 2003, it was announced that Deeley would take over from Matthew Kelly as host of the kids series of Stars in Their Eyes. Following Kelly’s departure from the main series in March 2004, Deeley became the host of the main show until its demise in December 2006.
Money Can’t Buy
In 2003, Deeley interviewed Kylie Minogue for a television special about her one-off concert, Money Can’t Buy, which was broadcast in the United Kingdom on ITV on 22 November 2003 and in Australia on Network Ten on 24 November 2003. Later, In 2005 she played herself in an episode of Little Britain, provided the voice of “Loretta Geargrinder” in the UK version of the film Robots replacing Natasha Lyonne, and presented a countdown of ITV’s 50 Greatest Shows alongside Phillip Schofield as part of ITV 50.
In 2006, she began hosting the second season of American reality show So You Think You Can Dance, replacing newsreader Lauren Sánchez, who was pregnant. Deeley again interviewed Kylie Minogue for another television special which was broadcast in the United Kingdom on Sky One on 16 July 2006, in Australia on Channel Nine on 17 July 2006, and BBC America on 9 September 2006. Deeley was a guest reporter on NBC’s The Tonight Show. She presented Fox’s New Year’s Eve Special from Times Square in 2006 and 2007.
On 1 July 2007, Deeley was one of many presenters at the Concert for Diana, a tribute concert to the late Princess Diana, with proceeds from the concert going to Diana’s charities, as well as to charities of which her sons Princes William and Harry are patrons. The event, watched by an estimated 500 million people, was held at Wembley Stadium. In September 2007, Deeley presented Soundtrack to My Life, a music series produced by Hamma & Glamma Productions for ITV London that looks at the work and influences of an eclectic band of musicians. In January 2006, a new season of So You Think You Can Dance started its auditions, with Deeley in the role of host. She has been the host of the show ever since.
In 2011, Deeley was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Programme. Other projects of Deeley’s include presenting the third season of Soundtrack to My Life and playing herself as host of comedian Peter Kay’s Britain’s Got the Pop Factor. In 2009, Deeley guest-hosted the United States syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and appearing on BBC America’s broadcast of Gordon Ramsay’s F Word. During the same year, Deeley hosted the television version of the electronic game 20Q for GSN. In January and February 2010, Deeley hosted So You Think You Can Dance in the UK.
In June 2011, Deeley launched her own “behind-the-scenes” web series called In The Dressing Room with Cat Deeley, produced by Deeley, Yahoo!, and Collective Digital Studio. On 18 August 2011, she appeared on Live with Regis and Kelly, as a fill-in for Kelly. Later On 26 January 2012, she again co-hosted Live with Regis and Kelly with Kelly Ripa. On 14 March 2012, she appeared as a guest judge on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 18. She hosted Fox’s celebrity dating game show The Choice, which premiered on 7 June 2012 and ended on 12 July 2012 in the United States. In 2011, Cat presented the series Royally Mad for BBC America. In 2012, Cat presented the launch show for ITV’s Soccer Aid appeal on the Friday before the Soccer Aid match.
In June 2014, she once again presented the launch show for Soccer Aid that year. From 2014 until 2016, Deeley appeared as a panelist on the syndicated game show Celebrity Name Game hosted by Craig Ferguson. In 2017, Deeley played Maskface in Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway miniseries The Missing Crown Jewels. On 31 May 2017, Deeley presented the game show Big Star Little Star based on the British game show Big Star’s Little Star for USA Network in the United States. In October 2017, Deeley began presenting the talent contest Sing: Ultimate A Cappella for Sky One in the United Kingdom. In 2018, Deeley appeared on The Final Table Season 1 Episode 3, as a guest judge.
Deeley appeared as herself in the sixth episode of Life’s Too Short. She also appeared in the second episode of House of Lies as herself in January 2012. Her breakthrough as a lead actress came in the 2015 Hulu TV series Deadbeat, playing a celebrity medium named Chamomile White. Also in 2015, Deeley voiced a version of herself in an episode of The Simpsons entitled “Waiting For Duffman”.
How Old is Cat Deeley?
Deeley was born on October 23, 1976, in West Bromwich, West Midlands, England. She is currently 44 years old.
Cat Deeley‘s Family
Who are Cat Deeley’s parents?
Deeley’s parents are Howard and Janet Deeley.
Does Cat Deeley have siblings?
Deeley has a brother named Max Deeley.
Cat Deeley‘s Education
Deeley attended Grove Vale Junior School and Dartmouth High School in Great Barr, where she played the clarinet in the Sandwell Youth Concert Band. She then joined Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School in Sutton Coldfield.
Cat Deeley‘s Husband
Deeley married comedian and television presenter Patrick Kielty on 30 September 2012 in Rome.
Cat Deeley‘s Children – Kids
Deeley has two kids named Milo and James Patrick.
Cat Deeley’s Net Worth
Deeley has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
Deeley’s height is 5 ft 9 in.