Dermot O’Leary’s extensive career across the Television, Radio & entertainment industries has established him as a household name. Dermot is currently seen presenting ITV’s This Morning, alongside Alison Hammond every Friday. When not entertaining viewers through the telly, Dermot can be found via the radio waves as he kicks off the weekend for listeners on his regular BBC Radio 2 show, The Dermot O'Leary Show.
Dermot has hosted events such as The National Television Awards for 10 years, Soccer Aid since 2010, the British Academy of Film & Television Awards alongside Edith Bowman, the BRITS with Emma Willis & the Prince of Wales’ BAFTA award-winning The Earthshot Prize in 2021 with Clara Amfo...read more
You can also catch his podcast People, Just People on Audible where he interviews people who have lived some of the most fascinating lives as well as his TV show Reel Stories which takes an exclusive look through the careers of iconic musicians. He’s the writer of successful children’s series Toto the Ninja Cat selling over half a million books, with a brand new book Wings of Glory released in September 2023.
As Patron of the London Irish Centre, Dermot was awarded the prestigious Presidential Distinguished Service Award for the Irish Abroad 2020 for his contribution to charity. Dermot is also an ambassador for both UNICEF and CAFOD, as well as championing several other charities close to his heart.