Last Updated: April 29, 2024
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Net Worth:
$4 Million
Jul 29, 1970 (53 years old)
Presenter, Journalist
United Kingdom
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What Is Andi Peters' Net Worth?

Andi Peters is an English television presenter, producer, voice actor, and journalist who has a net worth of $4 million. Andi Peters was born Andi Eleazu Peters on July 29, 1970, in Chelsea, London, England. He is currently employed by ITV but got started with the Children's BBC. Peters lent his voice to the movie "Toy Story 2," and he has been a presenter on "Live & Kicking," "The Noise," and "Sunday Feast." Andi has competed on "Dancing on Ice" and "Celebrity MasterChef," and he has hosted "The Big Reunion" and "Dancing on Ice: Extra." Peters produced the TV series "The O-Zone," which aired from 1995 to 1996, and he directed one episode of the show. He also owns a modeling agency for fitness models.


Andi's early television jobs include serving as a presenter for the British channel ITV for Thames Television and working for Children's ITV as an in-vision continuity announcer. In 1989, he took a job at Children's BBC as a presenter for "The Broom Cupboard," on which he was accompanied by a hand puppet called Edd the Duck. Peters stayed on the show until 1993, then he began working as a presenter on the BBC Children's programs "Take Two" and "Live & Kicking." He co-presented "Live & Kicking" with John Barrowman and Emma Forbes, and he was on the show from 1993 to 1996. Next, Andi worked at London Weekend Television (LWT), and he was a commissioning editor for children's and youth programs at Channel 4. From 2013 to 2014, he narrated ITV2's "The Big Reunion," which featured pop groups reuniting, and he appeared on the ITV game show "Show Me the Telly" several times in 2013. In 2014, he started hosting competitions on ITV's "Good Morning Britain," and he was the host of the game show "Ejector Seat," which also aired on ITV.

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Peters has produced the television series "Gladiators: Train 2 Win" (1995–1998), "The O-Zone" (1995–1996), "Shipwrecked" (2000), "Shipwrecked II" (2002), "As If" (2001–2004), "T4" (2001–2012), "Top of the Pops" (2005), and "Destination Three" (2005) and the TV specials "An Audience with the Spice Girls" (1997), "An Audience with Kylie Minogue" (2001), and "The Record of the Year 2001." Andi has guest-starred on "The Real McCoy" (1993), "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1995), and "The Keith and Paddy Picture Show" (2017), and he voiced Male Baggage Handler #1 in 1999's "Toy Story 2," a part he was offered after interviewing director John Lasseter during a "making-of" documentary for Channel 4. In 2022, Peters hosted "The Graham Norton Show" on Virgin Radio when Norton was absent for family reasons.

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Personal Life

In 2022, Andi appeared in the ITV short film "Becoming the Person I Wanted to See" and discussed the impact racism has had on his television career. In the film, he stated, "I get upset when people don't believe in themselves, don't let the colour of your skin ever hold you back. Don't let who you are ever hold you back. Everyone can achieve, it might be harder for you and you might have to battle, but believe in yourself and eventually somebody else will believe in you."

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