Otherwise known as Smark, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes found their fame on British television in the 2000s. On both adult and children's television, they earned a place in the nation's hearts with their fun, bubbly and positive personalities. Due to their diverse career, a booking opportunity like Sam and Mark are ideal for a wide range of events, and an even greater range of audience types. From young to old, corporate to public, these Double BAFTA award winning presenters are sure to resonate with your guests, leaving a lasting positive impression.
With their infectious smiles and genuine friendship, Sam and Mark are the perfect event hosts or awards presenters. Regular faces on BBC, the dynamic duo starred in the children's shows, TMi and Top of the Pops Reloaded, both of which aired on Saturdays. Their slot on prime time television firmly positioned Sam and Mark as rising talents in British television, later leading to them presenting other successful shows. In 2007, Sam and Mark presented Do Something Different, followed by Who Wants to be a Superhero? in 2009. When booked for school events, this pair are a hit with younger audiences, due to their extensive experience in children's television.
From CBBC show Copycats to a segment on This Morning, audiences will instantly recognise this iconic presenting double act. The national treasures have cultivated a longstanding career, thanks to their on screen, and onstage, natural confidence. Having presented their own show, Sam & Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up, since 2011, the pair continue to entertain and enthrall audiences up and down the country. They also present a radio show on Free Radio, diversifying their reach even further.
In 2017, Sam and Mark toured the country, performing a stage show at Butlins holiday camps. From humble beginnings on the hit television show, Pop Idol, to presenting some of the most influential shows in British television, it is no surprise that they have both received two Children’s BAFTAs for Best Presenters. Their incredibly influential careers have led them to publish books and release music, increasing the range of topics they can discuss as after dinner speakers.