Vicki Butler-Henderson's Biography
Vicki Butler-Henderson was born on February 16, 1972.
Vicki Butler-Henderson has a large number of television credits, but is best known for her TV work on motoring programmes.
Butler-Henderson grew up on a farm and drove tractors whilst just a child and started racing karts when she was 12. Her father, Guy, was in the British karting team and her grandfather, Lionel, raced Fraser Nashes at Brooklands.
Vicki Butler-Henderson became a racing instructor at Brands Hatch and Silverstone before she was even 17.
Butler-Henderson made her television debut in 1994 with an item for BBC2's Top Gear. She became a regular presenter of Top Gear from 1997 until December 2001.
In 2002, she moved to Channel Five's Fifth Gear.
Vicki Butler-Henderson's other TV credits include ITV's Date My Daughter and The Biggest Loser on Living TV as well as Holiday on a Shoestring, Country File and One Man and His Dog for the BBC.
Before she worked in television, Butler-Henderson was a press motoring journalist. Her first boss was Rob Munro-Hall, editor of Carweek, and as a 20-year-old road tester she learned 'real integrity' from him.
She co-launched Max Power and worked as a road tester for Auto Express, the Daily Telegraph, and The Times, before becoming News Editor for What Car? Vicki Butler-Henderson, who owns a Ducati Monster 750, loves motorcycles.
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