Steve Jones | Biography

Steve Jones is a renowned Welsh personality who has earned a huge fame as a television presenter. He is also an actor and a model known for his work with Esquire, a men’s magazine. He has presented a number of television shows on various television networks, earning him international fame and recognition. Steve’s good personality and lovable personality has impressed many people and has earned him a huge fan base.

Best recognized by his stage name Steve Jones, he was born as Stephen Ashton Jones on 16th March, 1977. He was born in Rhondda, a valley in Wales. He has kept his profile low by revealing very less information about him. He was also tight-lipped about his wedding with American fitness and lifestyle expert Phylicia Jackson. His wife, Phylicia is also a model whom he proposed in Puglia, Italy, in front of Phylicia’s family and friends while they were on vacation. A month later, on 6th October, 2014, Steve tied nuptial knot with his girlfriend of two years in the very down-low wedding ceremony. The couple is now happily married and has made several public appearances after their marriage. Prior to getting married with Phylicia, Steve has been romantically linked with several celebrities, including Alex Jones, Pamela Anderson, Hayden Panettiere and Fearne Cotton. Steve has not fathered any children till date.

Steve Jones first came into the sight of the public in early 2000s as an Esquire model. Eventually, he pushed his career to new heights and appeared as the presenter of the program The Pop Factory Awards alongside television presenter / model Liz Fuller. In his early years, he also presented the television show 99 Things To Do Before You Die. He subsequently joined the Channel 4 television network in 2003 and started appearing as the regular presenter of teen program T4. He was the part of T4 for seven years before he left the show in 2010. During his with T4 he also hosted television shows like Let’s Dance for Comic Relief on BBC One, Guinness World Records Smashed on Sky1, As Seen On TV on BBC TV and 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow on BBC TV. Steve was the presenter of BBC One’s Drop Zone before it was announced that he would be co-hosting Simon Cowell’s The X Factor USA. It was initially planned that Steve would be co-hosting the show with singer Nicole Scherzinger but the plan changed after Nicole filled the emptied judge spot. Steve then solely presented the show. During the filming of The X Factor in Los Angeles, he guest appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where he shared his experience of working as a model. The same year, he presented a special television show called A Night with Beyoncé, on ITV. In early 2012, it was announced that Steve was dropped from The X Factor. With him, Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul, the judges of the show were also dropped. Soon afterwards, he appeared as the host of the fundraising show Let’s Dance for Sport Relief. In 2014, he was picked as the presenter of Hair, a reality show on BBC Three. For the second season, the show made several changes, including moving to BBC Two and replacing Steve with Katherine Ryan. He is currently co-presenting the cookery show called Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose. Apart from working as a presenter, Steve has received few credits as an actor. He made his debut film appearance in 2008, playing the role of Jem in the film Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging. In 2010, he made his second screen appearance as an actor by playing the role of a reporter in the film It’s a Wonderful Afterlife.

Steve Jones is wonderful as a presenter because of which he has been able to collect a huge fan base. Apart from fame and international recognition, Steve has collected a huge net worth of $12.5 million in his entire career till date.