Vince Henderson

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Vincent P. "Vince" Henderson (born 24 July 1957 in Liverpool) is an English television presenter, actor and street performer. He is best known for hosting the Sky Sports Saturday morning show Soccer AM, and ITV's game show Chain Letters. He made his television debut on CBBC show Dear Mr Barker a year before he became host of Chain Letters.

His wife is actress Sophie Aldred who played the Seventh Doctor's companion Ace in the BBC Science-Fiction series Doctor Who. He married her on 12 July 1997. They have two sons, Adam and William, who make occasional convention appearances with their mother. In 1998, he appeared in Reeltime Pictures video release of Where on Earth Is... Katy Manning Because She'd Really Like to Know as himself.

In 2000, he played the role of Mick Thompson in The Fearmonger, a Big Finish Doctor Who audio play, alongside Aldred and McCoy. More recently, Henderson has presented "Off the Rails" on Discovery Real time, where he visits heritage steam railways in Britain, such as the Severn Valley Railway, the North Norfolk Railway and the Colne Valley Railway.[citation needed]

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Preceded by
Ted Robbins
Host of Chain Letters
1996
Succeeded by
Dave Spikey