|Born||Dale Jonathan Winton
22 May 1955 
Marylebone, London, England
|Television||Dale's Supermarket Sweep (1993–2000, 2007)
In It to Win It (2002—)
Hole in the Wall (2008)
|Parent(s)||Gary and Sheree|
Dale Jonathan Winton (born 22 May 1955) is an English radio DJ and television presenter, best known for presenting the shows including Dale's Supermarket Sweep from 1993 until 2000 and again in 2007, the National Lottery game show In It to Win It since 2002 and the 2008 series of Hole in the Wall.
Winton was born on the 22 May 1955. His father, Gary, was Jewish and his mother, actress Sheree Winton, converted to Judaism. Winton's father died on the day of his bar mitzvah. Winton was brought up by his mother.
Winton started DJ'ing in clubs in Richmond in 1972, where he met Steve Allen. The two have remained best friends since. From there he had a selection of menial jobs including selling time shares abroad. In 1982, Winton moved to London and began his entertainment career on the London club circuit, where he DJ'd at weekends. This led him to United Biscuits Industrial Radio where he did a variety of jobs, before getting his own morning show. From here he joined Radio Trent in Nottingham, where he presented a weekend show, moving to the weekday mid-morning show, before leaving in 1985, and going on to work at a number of other local radio stations.
From 1993 to 2000, Winton hosted Dale's Supermarket Sweep during the daytime TV period on ITV. In 2007, Supermarket Sweep was revived after a 5 1⁄2-year absence. Winton portrayed himself as an irritating game show presenter in Danny Boyle's 1996 film of Irvine Welsh's 1993 novel Trainspotting. In 1995 and 1996, Winton presented the Saturday night game show Pets Win Prizes.
In 1997, he presented the final of The Great British Song Contest, the UK's national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, due to a tie-in with the lottery programme. Between that year and 2002, he also presented a dating show called The Other Half. In 1999, he appeared on the sitcom Gimme Gimme Gimme with Kathy Burke in the episode Do They Take Sugar?.
In 2001, he presented Channel 5's endurance show Touch the Truck. In 2002, Dale began presenting the National Lottery game show In It to Win It. As of 2015, the show is into its seventeenth series.
In 2003 he appeared in the BBC Three mock documentary, Dale's Wedding, in which he supposedly married the UK celebrity Nell McAndrew. From 2003 until 2004, he hosted two series of Stars Reunited where the casts of popular British television series were reunited after many years.
Between 2004 and 2006, he presented three series of the celebrity weight loss "boot camp" programme, Celebrity Fit Club on ITV. In April 2006, he guest presented an episode of BBC Two's pop quiz Never Mind the Buzzcocks. In August 2006, he was chosen to host the pilot of Endemol's new show, Show Me What You've Got; however, the show did not receive a full series.
In February 2008, he completed a pilot show for BBC One called You've Got The Answer, a game show that surprised the public using hidden cameras. Winton presented BBC One's Saturday night entertainment programme Hole In The Wall in 2008, based on the Japanese original, where contestants in skin-tight Lycra costumes contort themselves to fit through oddly-shaped holes in a moving wall. The show returned for a second series in 2009, but Anton du Beke replaced Winton as host.
Winton began appearing in television advertisements for cashmygold.co.uk. Winton appeared on Matt Lucas and David Walliams' BBC comedy series Come Fly With Me. He appeared in the last episode of the series, playing himself.
- Dale Winton - Biography
- "Kings Of Camp. Dale Winton". Astabgay.com. Retrieved 21 January 2010.
- Winton, Dale. My Story. Arrow Books. Retrieved 30 December 2012.
- on YouTube
- Radio Rewind - BBC Radio 1 People - Dale Winton's Winning Ways
- Trainspotting (1996) - Full Cast And Crew IMDB.com
- Great British Song Contest 1997 IMDB.com
- "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" Do They Take Sugar (1999) IMDB.com
- "Touch The Truck"
- UKTV People: Programmes: Dale's Wedding UKTV.co.uk
- "Stars Reunited (2003–2004)" IMDB.com
- "Celebrity Fit Club" IMDB.com
- "Never Mind The Buzzcocks" Episode #18.7 IMDB.com
- Show Me What You've Got UKGameShows.com
- BBC working on new Jeremy Beadle-style show fronted by Dale Winton Mirror.co.uk Archived 4 February 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
- Hole In The Wall commissioned for BBC One BBC Press Office
- Freeman, Hadley (6 January 2010). "Awful ads, crass jingles and Dale Winton – daytime TV fodder is now primetime: In a recession we're assumed to be sitting ducks for any money-saving tip". The Observer.
- Dale Winton: I never told my mum I was gay | Celebrity News | Now Magazine
- Inchcolm Island has the perfect job up for grabs - manager of an uninhabited Scottish island | Mail Online
- Dale Winton (@DaleWintonUK) op Twitter
- "Dale Winton: Donald Trump – is he hero or villain?". Conservative Woman. 22 May 2016.