Knowledge Identifier: +Jonathan_Ross
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1960.
Countries: United Kingdom (81%), Ireland (6%), United States (4%)
Linked to: Twitter, Children's Party at the Palace, Conservative Party, Leyton Sixth Form College
He was a regular at London 's "Blitz" club during the early 1980s
Kathy Burke - Early TV work included regular appearances on the chat show "The Last Resort" hosted by Jonathan Ross on UK Channel 4 in the early 1980s, playing the characters 'Tina Bishop' and 'Perry the Pre-pubscent Schoolboy"
Fanny Cradock - Her final BBC appearance was on "Wogan" in 1986, and her final television appearance was on "The Last Resort" with Jonathan Ross in 1987
Ross has been married to the author, journalist and broadcaster Jane Goldman since 1988; they have three children
Jane Goldman - She first became romantically involved with TV presenter Jonathan Ross when she was a 16-year-old pop columnist for the "Daily Star" newspaper, and married him in 1988, when she was 18
In 1989, he co-presented the biennial BBC charity telethon "Comic Relief", the same year he launched "One Hour with Jonathan Ross" a short lived chat show on Channel 4, most notable for the game show segment "Knock down ginger" which introduced comedians such as Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson to television
Kim West - In 1992 West was asked by Jonathan Ross in a television interview if women would be wearing latex to the supermarket by the time she was 60, she replied confidently "Absolutely"
In 1993, he was the narrator for "FIA Formula One 1993 Season Review" video
Steve Coogan - Calf first came to wider public notice in 1993, with several appearances on "Saturday Zoo", a late-night variety show presented by Jonathan Ross on Channel 4
Danny Baker - After leaving Talk Radio, he joined Virgin Radio in early 1999, taking over from Jonathan Ross on Sundays from 10am-1pm
Paul O'Grady - O'Grady made his radio debut on 12 April 2003, when he stood in for Jonathan Ross to present the Saturday morning show on BBC Radio 2
For the chat show, Ross won three British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards for Best Entertainment Performance, in 2004, 2006 and 2007
Ardal O'Hanlon - He appeared in the 2005 BBC One sitcom "Blessed", written by Ben Elton; at the 2005 British Comedy Awards, it was publicly slated by Jonathan Ross, albeit in jest
Ricky Gervais - A second series began on 14 September 2006 in the UK and featured appearances by Daniel Radcliffe, Dame Diana Rigg, Orlando Bloom, Sir Ian McKellen, Chris Martin, Keith Chegwin, Robert Lindsay, Warwick Davis, Ronnie Corbett, Stephen Fry, Richard Briers, Patricia Potter, Sophia Myles, Moira Stuart, David Bowie, Kate Winslet, Robert De Niro and Jonathan Ross
Tracy-Ann Oberman - Oberman has appeared as a guest reviewer on an episode of "Film 2007" with Jonathan Ross, as a contestant on a "Doctor Who" special of "The Weakest Link"
Andrew Sachs - On 25 October 2008, the BBC apologised to Sachs and his agent following criticism that Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross had made several obscene phone calls to him during an episode of "The Russell Brand Show" recorded on 16 October and broadcast two days later, on which Sachs had agreed to appear
Angus Deayton - He presented the 2008 British Comedy Awards on 6 December 2008, after regular host Jonathan Ross stepped down because of the controversy surrounding the Russell Brand Show prank telephone calls row
Spandau Ballet - They gave their "first public performance and interview anywhere in the world for 19 years" on Jonathan Ross's BBC television show "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" on 24 April 2009
Robbie Williams - In November 2009, Williams announced to Jonathan Ross that he was 'in love' with Field
In 2010, Ross took part in "Channel 4's Comedy Gala", a benefit show held in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital, filmed live at the O2 Arena in London on 30 March
Graham Norton - Previously shown on BBC Two, it took the prestigious Friday night slot on BBC One from Jonathan Ross in 2010
Claudia Winkleman - On 29 March 2010, Winkleman was named as one of the new co-presenters of "The Film Programme", replacing Jonathan Ross
Mark Millar - Millar announced a new British comics magazine anthology in early May 2010 to be launched in September with the name "CLiNT", which would feature a sequel to "Kick-Ass", as well as work from Jonathan Ross and Frankie Boyle
Graham Norton - On 2 October 2010, he began his weekly BBC Radio 2 Saturday show taking over from Jonathan Ross
Ross will host a panel show from 2012 called "Trending Topics" for ITV. The show will involve the social-network site Twitter
However, on his "The Jonathan Ross Show" which aired in ITV1 on 23 February 2013, Ross drank five shots of tequila with Justin Timberlake
David Tennant - On 5 January 2013, Jonathan Ross announced on Tennant's behalf, during an interview with Tennant, that Moffett was pregnant for the third time
He took over presenting of the Film programme, the BBC's long-running cinema review series, in 1999 after Barry Norman left the show
Sarah Brown (wife of Gordon Brown) - In February 2015, it was announced that Sarah Brown would be competing in a second Comic Relief special edition of the The Great British Bake Off, the BAFTA *award-winning BBC TV show, alongside David Mitchell, Jameela Jamil, Michael Sheen, Zoella, Jonathan Ross, Joanna_Lumley, Jennifer Saunders, Alexa Chung, Victoria Wood, Kayvan Novak, Dame Edna Everage, Chris Moyles, Gok Wan, Abbey Clancy and Lulu, with the Guardian describing the lineup as a "cause for celebration"