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What The TV Presenters From Your Childhood Look Like Now

Neil from Art Attack is still cutting shapes.

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Neil Buchanan, Art Attack

What he's been up to since: After 17 years of hosting Art Attack, Neil got back into the music business, reforming his heavy metal band Marseille. Bonus fact: Before wearing the red jumper, Neil (and his band) opened for Judas Priest. Seriously.


Ant and Dec, SMTV Live

What they've been up to since: The Geordie duo graduated to primetime, moving on to present shows like Pop Idol, Saturday Night Takeaway, and I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! They were awarded OBEs in 2016.


Michael Underwood, Jungle Run

What he’s been up to since: Michael has taken on more of a journalistic role in recent times, serving as the entertainment correspondent on GMTV for a number of years. He's married to fellow presenter Angellica Bell.

Jamie Theakston, Live & Kicking

What he’s been up to since: After leaving Live & Kicking, Theakston went on to present Top of the Pops. His career in music presenting continued with his own show on BBC Radio 1, which he eventually left in order to pursue a career in acting.

Jake Humphrey, Bamzooki

What he’s been up to since: In 2006 Jake Humphrey became the youngest ever host of Football Focus, and he went on to present Match of the Day. He can still be seen presenting numerous sports shows on BT Sport.

James Mackenzie, Raven

What he’s been up to since: The iconic presenter, who dressed like a crow before Game of Thrones made it cool, currently stars in the Scottish soap River City. If you don't mind having your childhood illusions ruined, you can even follow him on Twitter.