Steve Jones was the host and presenter of the BBC1 quiz show 'As Seen On TV', with team captains Fern Britton and Jason Manford.
Apart from his early days as a male model, Steve is also known for leading the presenting team at 'T4' where he co-hosts 'T4' Sundays with Alexa Chung, Rick Edwards and Miquita Oliver.
His career started when Steve was approached by Elle Magazine and asked to do some freelance modelling work. Steve went on to work in Australia, Korea and London for various clients such as Versace, Armani, Ralph Lauren, Pringles, Adidas, and Coca Cola among others. It was a natural progression to the screen as Steve's original sense of humour and ability to get the very best out of people made him perfect Presenter material.
Steve Jones has seen great success with the late night Channel 4 show, 'Transmission' now in its fourth series, and presented the marathon show 'Carling Live 24', also for Channel 4. Other credits include the Bravo show 'All About Men', and Channel 5's challenge show '99 Things To Do Before You Die'.
He has also worked on many Film Specials for Ch4 - most memorable being Cars and the Pirates of the Caribbean and most recent being Get Smart. During his presenting career he has interviewed Beyonce, Avril Lavigne, George Clooney, Mariah Carey, Will Smith and Christina Aguilera to name but a few.
In 2008 Steve also turned his hand at acting and made his big screen debut on his first feature film. 'Angus Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging', directed by Gurinder Chadha.
2009 proved to be a very exciting year for Steve. He has already covered the 2009 Bafta coverage for E! Entertainment, and was seen presenting the BBC 1 Comic Relief Show - Let's Dance on Saturday evenings.
Steve then filmed a series with Konnie Huq for Sky 1 - 'Guinness World Records Smashed' which was shown over 11 weeks 2009.
2010 was one of the busiest yet and in 2011, Steve was asked to host the US version of X Factor.
2012 saw Steve hosting Let's Dance for Sports Relief, which was perfectly timed for an Olympic year.
In 2013 Steve was the presenter of an ITV pilot game show called Totally Senseless.