As the presenter of Access Hollywood on NBC since January 2005, Tim has been interviewing A-list Hollywood names for the entertainment primetime show, six nights a week. During his time in America, Tim was the first Brit to host Who Wants to be a Millionaire for ABC and was the host of Phenomenon, a five-part primetime series on NBC to find the next big psychic magician. Judged by Uri Geller and Chris Angel, the show transmitted in November 2007 while Tim was preparing for Dancing on Ice for ITV1.
In the UK, Tim was the face of the The National Lottery EuroMillions Draw, which he presents on alternate Fridays on BBC1 and also hosts the National Lottery Xtra, bringing all the latest lottery news and updates on Freeview channel 45. Tim is also a stand-in presenter of the morning show on BBC Radio Wales and has been a regular presenter of the midweek National Lottery Draws for BBC1. He was the voiceover for Kitchen Criminals for BBC2 and has appeared as a guest on numerous chat shows and entertainment programmes including Daily Cooks Challenge, Cooking the Books, Loose Women, Entertainment Today for GMTV, Ready Steady Cook, Through the Keyhole, Richard and Judy and This Morning. Tim is also a regular on The Wright Stuff for Five and has been a guest on the Myleene Klass show for Capital FM and the Jeremy Kyle radio show.
Previously, Tim was the New York correspondent for Entertainment Today on GMTV and the face of Animal Planet Reports; he also co-hosted This Morning with GMTV's Kate Garraway.
Tim continues to write LA Gossip, a monthly column for Sky Magazine.
Tim is a popular choice for international televised events, including the 2006 and 2007 Miss World pageants. He was chosen specifically for his live presenting skills and high international profile. Tim also co-hosted the LA Baftas for ITV3 and the ITV2 coverage of ITV's 50th anniversary celebrations - Avenue of the Stars.
A formidable and talented live television performer, Tim hosted the 3 day "scare-a-thon" I'm Famous and Frightened. He also hosted the infamous reality game show Something about Miriam for Sky One in 2004.
Tim was the main host of the BBC’s The Clothes Show, the BBC's BAFTA-winning Short Change, Attractions on Five and Fully Booked. Guest presentation work includes reporting for BBC Sport, (London Marathon) hosting Big Breakfast in its first year, Wish You Were Here, ITV and Disney Specials, and the BBC Millennium Night. He also hosted TFI with Melanie Sykes on Galaxy Radio.