Bradley Walsh

Bradley Walsh was born and raised in Watford.

He started out on a career as a footballer, however he broke both ankles at Brentford FC.

After a short but unsuccessful career in engineering, Bradley Walsh moved into the entertainment industry.

He became a Pontin's Blue Coat in Morecambe and made a major breakthrough when he appeared on The Royal Variety Show in 1993.

Bradley Walsh did a regular stint on the Des O'Connor Tonight show.

As well as working as a comedian, Bradley Walsh had presented various shows on TV including BBC1's The National Lottery on BBC 1, however he is best known for his acting.

In particular, Bradley Walsh became famous for his award-winning performance as Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street.

Other TV acting credits include Lock Stock, Night and Day, Torn, The Old Curiosity Shop and he in 2008 he was cast in The Sarah Jane Adventures.

The Mirror has an interesting interview with Bradley Walsh from when he was in Coronation Street in 2006.

In 2008, Bradley Walsh was chosen to be one of the contestants on BBC Two's Maestro. In week 2 of Maestro, Bradley Walsh survived a close call when he was voted in the bottom two by the judges, but the orchestra voted out David Soul instead.

However, in week 3 of Maestro, Bradley Walsh lost the vote when up against Alex James.

In November 2008, Bradley Walsh started hosting ITV's game show Spin Star.

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