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Her lasting success on the show led to her becoming one of the highest-paid women in Britain, ultimately earning her an estimated £1 million per year.
In June 2005, the producers of Countdown asked Vorderman if she wanted to fill the role of main presenter vacated by the recently deceased Richard Whiteley.
(born 24 December 1960) is a British media personality, best known for co-hosting the popular game show Countdown for 26 years from 1982 until 2008, publishing newspaper columns on internet topics, writing books on subjects ranging from school textbooks on mathematics to a #1 best-selling book on Detox diets, advocating for numerous charities, and hosting the Pride of Britain awards each year to honour British people who have acted bravely or extraordinarily in challenging situations.
Vorderman's career began in 1982 when she joined Channel 4 game show Countdown.
However, after the show returned from its summer break in September 2013, she began to host one episode per week, with Mc Lean anchoring the remaining four.
On 3 October 2013, it was announced that former Loose Women presenter Kaye Adams would be returning to the show later in the year and Ruth Langsford would join the panel in January 2014.
She submitted an application on behalf of her daughter, then aged 21.
I write a lot of educational books and have a big maths website so my time is spent with those too.
I like to do things properly and it's unfair to commit to something half-heartedly Vorderman is the presenter of the annual Pride of Britain Awards, which are televised by ITV.
She appeared on the show most recently with Des O'Connor, and previously with Des Lynam and before that Richard Whiteley (from 1982 until his death in 2005). While appearing on Countdown, Vorderman began presenting other shows for various broadcasters including Better Homes and The Pride of Britain Awards for ITV, as well as guest hosting shows such as Have I Got News for You, The Sunday Night Project and Lorraine.
Vorderman was a presenter of ITV's Loose Women Vorderman was educated at the Roman Catholic comprehensive Blessed Edward Jones High School in Rhyl.
She began hosting the awards when they were first introduced in 1999.