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|Born||29 March 1965|
Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, UK
|Occupation||Television presenter, journalist|
|Height||5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)|
Don't Get Done, Get Dom (2006—2016)
Saints and Scroungers (2009—2012)
Fake Britain (2010—2012, 2017–)
Cowboy Builders (2010—2014)
Dom on the Spot (2016–present)
Dominic Littlewood (born 29 March 1965) is a British television presenter and journalist who specialises in consumer affairs. He is best known for his roles with BBC and Channel 5, presenting programmes such as Fake Britain, Cowboy Builders, Saints and Scroungers and Don't Get Done, Get Dom.
In 2005 Littlewood presented a show called Beat the Burglar to protect homeowners. He employed the services of an ex-burglar who highlighted peoples homes to show their lack of security and show them how it feels to have your home ransacked and personal possessions stolen. Dominic watched the break-in on a monitor along with the homeowners and at the end of the show he arranged for experts come in and rectify all of the security flaws pointed out by the ex-con.
In 2007, Littlewood took part in the BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing. Since 2010, he has co-presented Cowboy Builders on Channel 5. From 2010 to 2012, he presented Fake Britain on the BBC, but was replaced by Matt Allwright, he returned to the show in 2017. In 2012, Littlewood presented the Postcode Lottery draws on Channel 5. Beginning on 27 January 2015, Littlewood hosted a three-part series on ITV called Bad Builders: Bang to Rights. Since 2016 he has presented Dom on the Spot on BBC One. He has appeared in other television shows including To Buy or Not to Buy, Holiday and The One Show.
Littlewood was first seen on TV as a contestant on the BBC dating show The Other Half. He contributes to the Top Gear Magazine and has written pieces for the Motoring section of The Daily Telegraph. Dominic is also an expert on used Nissan Qashqai’s and Juke’s, and can frequently be found on Twitter advising would-be owners what to look out for in order to avoid any unwanted “lemon’s”.
|2002||Wrong Car, Right Car||Presenter|
|2003–2005||To Buy or Not to Buy||Presenter|
|2004||How I Made My Property Fortune||Presenter|
|2005||Beat the Burglar||Presenter|
|2006—2016||Don't Get Done, Get Dom||Presenter|
|2007||Strictly Come Dancing||Contestant|
|2008–2009||Dom's on the Case||Presenter|
|2009–2012||Saints and Scroungers||Presenter|
|2010||Total Wipeout: Celebrity Special||Contestant|
|2010–2012, 2017–||Fake Britain||Presenter|
|2013—||Caught Red Handed||Presenter|
|2013||Street Patrol UK||Presenter|
|2014||Beware! Cowboy Builders Abroad||Presenter|
|2015||Bad Builders: Bang to Rights||Presenter|
|2015—||Right on the Money||Co-presenter|
|2016–||Dom on the Spot||Presenter|
|2017||Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief||Himself|
|2017||The Full Monty||Himself|
- Deans, Jason (13 September 2004). "Former burglar nicks BBC1's Kilroy slot". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 March 2018.
- "Bad Builders Bang To Rights". ITV Press Centre. Retrieved 13 March 2018.
- "The Other Half". UKGameshows.com. Retrieved 13 March 2018.
- Parkes, Diane. "TV star Dominic Littlewood in battle for life". Sunday Mercury. Archived from the original on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 16 February 2015.
- "The Full Monty celebrity line-up revealed for new ITV show". ITV Press Centre. 1 March 2017. Retrieved 13 March 2018.