Les Dennis has hosted Central TV's Family Fortunes for twelve years making it one of Britain's top TV game shows with viewing figures of over fourteen million, and which recently won the Challenge TV Viewers Award at the inaugural Challenge TV Gameshow Awards.
From 1987, Les hosted the popular BBC television series The Les Dennis Laughter Show, and a vital member of the zany Madhouse team. He appeared in each of the LWT series Russ Abbot's Madhouse and all the Madhouse specials that followed. His theatre credits include the leading role of Bill Snibson in the award winning musical Me and My Girl at the Adelphi Theatre in London's West End.
In 1997, he made his big screen debut in the film Intimate Relations alongside Julie Walters and Rupert Graves. His fascinating and eventful life is charted in his intimate autobiography, Must the Show Go On?, published by Orion in 2008.
From 2006 onwards Les has continued to host and entertain his loyal audience with a wide range of shows from TV Now and Then for UKTV; In the Grid for Channel 4; Home Video Heroes for Challenge TV and a wonderful documentry on his home town Les's Liverpool for ITV1. Guest appearances on Alan Carr Celebrity Ding Dong; The Wright Stuff; Ant n' Dec Show and The Friday Night Project guarentee that Les is widely sought after.