Andrea Boardman

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Andrea Boardman
Born Andrea Vivienne Boardman
6 November 1967 (1967-11-06) (age 49)
Enfield, Middlesex, England
Occupation Television presenter

Andrea Vivienne Boardman (born 6 November 1967 in Enfield, Middlesex) is an English television presenter.


In 1985, Boardman represented England in the Miss International 1985 pageant, held in Japan where she reached the semi-finals.[1]

She started out presenting when ITV's Disney Club launched in the UK in 1988. Andrea was given the role as female presenter after 2,000 hopefuls applied for the job. She went on to present Disney Adventures (ITV), Future Cooks (BBC1), Entertainment Express (BBC1), Live & Kicking (BBC1), Prize Time (Challenge TV), Entertainment Today (Talk TV) as well producing/presenting her weekend breakfast show on Liberty Radio. Andrea has been a regular face on TV shows including National Lottery, You Bet, Comic Relief, Children in Need, Don't Try this at Home and many more. After a 6-year break from TV to bring up her family, Andrea has recently appeared on Ready Steady Cook and Daybreak. In October 2011, along with her father Stan she appeared on Coach Trip[2]

Personal life[edit]

Andrea is married with two children and is the daughter of Liverpudlian comedian Stan Boardman and twin sister to Sky Sports presenter and comedian Paul Boardman.


  1. ^ Veestarz. "Miss International 1985". Retrieved 2017-03-23. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]

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