How much do the UK’s top TV presenters earn

Whilst the popularity of celebs on TV goes up and down, the overall income combined salaries and endorsement deals still remain in the mlllions for dozens of TV presenters and with huge earning potential from promoing products and brands on platforms like Instgram further keeping the income levels high and sky rocketing!

Just outside this are Stacey Solomon mainly thanks to all the brands she is an ambassdor for including In the Styles besides her new top selling book.

10. Zoe Ball £1.65million

Paid £1.36m last year for her Radio Breakfast show abd TV works. We know there is alot extra coming in too.

9. Holly Willoughby £1.8million

Holly Willoughby is believed to be one of the highest paid female TV presenters. The star, 40, earns a reported £730,000 per year with her current This Morning contract. A regular on the red carpet at London film premieres, Holly has been in the industry since the 90’s/

The latest accounts for her company Roxy Media Ltd show that she’s got earnings of nearly £1.5 million in 2019 and 2020 – that’s £30,000 a week. The presenter has a wealth of £10million.

8. Phillip Schofield – £2 million

Phillip Schofield is also said to earn at least £600,000 a year from his contract with This Morning. Like Holly, he has many other ventures including TV adverts.

7. Dermot O’Leary – £2million

In 2016 that he signed an £8million, four-year contract to stay with The X Factor. He also has his hugely successful BBC Radio 2 show, which he presents every Saturday morning.

6. Chris Evans – £2.2million

Long-time British TV presenter best now for TFI Friday, being on the radio and for being a workaholic as well as collecting supercars (Ferrari’s).

5. Gary Lineker – £2.8million

Earning £1.35 million from the BBC alone. The former footballer is a world renowned pundit and working on the euros. As the face of Walkers Crisps, after signing a new three-year deal reportedly worth a huge £1.2million

4. Stephen Mulhern £3milion

His quiz show Catchphrase, In For A Penny, Britain’s Got More Talent and Big Star’s Little Star have made him a big name in TV.

3. Graham Norton – £3.23million

His TV and radio work pay well. His success both on and off screen over the past 2 decade have paid off. Graham’s chat show has aired yearly welcoming global talent each week.

2. Amanda Holden £5m a year

From her regular spot on the judging panel on Britain’s Got Talent, and has also secured a string of six-figure deals on top of her TV work, including being an ambassador for M&S and ranges with QVC interiors and a clothing line, Fenn Wright Manson and social media – this figure will be even higher!

Amanda Holden is in a £3million pound deal to take over from Emma Bunton as a Heart radio breakfast presenter.

1. Ant And Dec – £13m a year.

Ant and Dec are reported to have signed a £40million, three-year deal with ITV earlier in the year.

The Kings of British TV Ant and Dec reportedly made more than £40,000 a week in their latest working year. The telly hosts front a number of shows on ITV with a total net worth rumoured to be around over £60 million each.

The pair’s production companies brought in over £2 million in the twelve months to June 2020. The businesses, which make Saturday Night Takeaway, are said to have more than £3 million in cash at the bank having forked out half a million in tax.

What’s more it’s claimed that the figures only represent some of the TV duos work with separate deals for other shows such as Britain’s Got Talent.

This isn’t all they earn but it’s a bit part of their own business and even with everything that has gone on this year they’re still doing incredible numbers.

“With everything else factored in they are far and away the biggest names in British telly – but their viewing figures are still enormous so they’re worth every penny.”

Plus, last year it was reported that the pair were looking to expand their TV empire even further by moving into streaming. is Top 3 on Google for Film Premieres for the past decade.

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