Eamonn Holmes

Credibility and versatility are what you get with Eamonn Holmes, one of the most recognized faces and voices in British broadcasting.

His journalistic career spans 30 years and he is the longest-serving breakfast television anchorman in Britain– if not the world! He currently hosts the 3-hour “Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes” programme on Sky News, Monday to Thursday mornings. Eamonn’s reign as the king of breakfast television stems back to the launch of the newly created GMTV in 1993, which he presented for 13 years.

Outside of his early starts, he continues to host a wide variety of programmes on all channels, appealing to both men and women of all ages.

He co-hosts the Friday edition of ITV1’s “This Morning” alongside his wife Ruth Langsford.
Eamonn has presented top-rated, prime-time quiz shows including “Have I got News For You” and The National Lottery’s “Jet Set” for BBC1, Sudo-Q for BBC Two, ITV’s “The Feelgood Factor”, along with Myleene Klass and The Rich List for Fox TV in America.

He has won the Television, Radio & Industry Club’s award for Best Satellite and Digital TV Personality for four years running and has received honorary doctorates from Queens University Belfast and Staffordshire University.

Father of four Eamonn is a news and sports junkie and a passionate Manchester United fan but more than that, he has a great knowledge and love of soccer, as well as several other sports. He divides his time between Belfast- where he lives, London- where he works, and Manchester- where he worships!