Host & Facilitator
Event host, conference facilitator and one of TV's most versatile presenters Mark Durden-Smith is a stirling all rounder for any event.
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Mark Durden-Smith is a regular Aviva Premiership Rugby anchor duties, Mark was one of ITV’s main hosts for their RuFollowing his regular Aviva Premiership Rugby anchor duties, Mark was one of ITV’s main hosts for their Rugby World Cup 2015 coverage. He has previously hosted Sky Sports Centre and fronted Sky’s BAFTA winning rugby coverage.
He appeared as the UK based presenter of the seventh series of ITV2's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now.
In 2007 he also presented ITV1's Boat Race Coverage and ITV2's Soapstar Superstar Bonus Tracks.
He filmed the third series of The Match with Zoe Ball for Sky One and hosted Millionaire Manor the National Lottery show for BBC1. He also presented the sixth series of ITV2's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now.
In 2005 he returned to present ITV2's Hell's Kitchen Extra Portions, presented Package Holidays Undercover for ITV 1 and a second series of The Match for Sky One.
In 2004, he hosted the The Match for Sky One, returned to Australia for a fourth series of ITV2's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now, presented Double or Nothing for Sky One, and Hell's Kitchen Extra Portions for ITV2, and also hosted the The Police Bravery Awards for Sky One.
In 2003, Mark presented, Drop The Celebrity, Junior Eurovision and Design Wars for ITV1 and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now for ITV2. He also hosted a primetime show for NBC in America and hosted the Comedy Awards Party for ITV2. Mark also wrote a regular column for Metro Newspapers as the ‘Voice of O2’ for the England Rugby team at the Rugby World Cup.
In 2002 Mark was the anchor for the launch of RI:SE, Channel 4’s breakfast show.
As host of the daily sports programme Sky Sports Centre, Mark was also the front man of Sky's Bafta winning Rubgy coverage from 1997. He has a background in entertainment and journalism, starting his career at GLR and BBC regional newsrooms before becoming a researcher for Saturday Night Clive and Clive Anderson Talks Back. He moved to Sky Sports in 1996, presenting a wide range of programmes.