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Best paid TV presenters in the UK

Thanks to the internet, TV isn’t what it used to be. Other forms of home entertainment might have encroached on its superiority but TV stars like Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson still get paid a lot of money. The Top Gear star is on a reported £14 millon per annum which works out art £280,000 a week. That’s what footballers earn!

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You can’t really separate Ant and Dec in real life so we haven’t bother to do so with this list. They earn £1750,000 each per episode of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and they make more from other shows like Saturday Night Takeaway. Their latest golden handcuff deal with ITV put them on £30 million over a three year period.

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Fiona Bruce is another on £500,000 a year. The British journalist, TV presenter and news reader has been with the BBC since 1989. She now presents a bunch of flagship shows for the corporation.

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Fiona Bruce is another on £500,000 a year. The British journalist, TV presenter and news reader has been with the BBC since 1989. She now presents a bunch of flagship shows for the corporation.

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Graham Norton’s £2.6 million deal with the BBC shows that the corporation are the ones to work for if you’d like to be paid well. Strange considering that they don’t have any advertisers backing them up.

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Jeremy Paxman is another BBC presenter. His £1 million a year deal seems small but he’s not exactly the front man for prime time entertainment shows.

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Jonathan Ross is another TV presenter who’s paid handsomely. His reported annual take home of £1 million seems small compared to the others on this list, particular when you consider that his wage package from 2006 put him on £6 million a year to present shows on BBC.

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Jonathan Ross is another TV presenter who’s paid handsomely. His reported annual take home of £1 million seems small compared to the others on this list, particular when you consider that his wage package from 2006 put him on £6 million a year to present shows on BBC.

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Comedian Michael McIntyre is at the lower end of the pay scale for British TV presenters but he still pulls in £500,000 a year. This gives him a monthly salary that’s the equivalent of a great annual salary for most British workers and means he earns £10,000 a week.

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Simon Cowell is the undisputed king of talent TV. His take home of £63 million isn’t just for presenting shows as his production firm also makes tremendous amounts of cash for him. This guy’s daily take home is an astonishing £252,000.

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Simon Cowell is the undisputed king of talent TV. His take home of £63 million isn’t just for presenting shows as his production firm also makes tremendous amounts of cash for him. This guy’s daily take home is an astonishing £252,000.

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