Nicholas Radbourn Hewer was born on 17 February 1944. He has become very old as his age is 72 at this time. He is also a former public relations consultant and TV presenter as well. He has also been the advisor of Lord Sugar on the series The Apprentice from 2005 to 2014. He has also presented the programme Countdown along with Rachel Riley and Susie Dent. The original host of the show Countdown, Richard Whiteley died in 2005and since then, he is the longest-serving presenter of the show.
He spent his childhood in Old Town, and studied at Clongowes Wood College located in Ireland. His mother, Patricia Hewer and father, John David Hewer had met each other and fell in love when they were university students. He also has two brothers and two sisters. Hewer's grandfather was a veterinary physician in 1912. He was planning to study law at Trinity College but his parents were not able to afford money for him. Hewer then moved to London. Then at the age of 20, he was a trainee at PR consultancy. Then after working for six years, he became the lead shareholder of the company. He spent almost two decades in the Amstrad group and sold his PR agency in the year 1998.
Hewer has quite often showed his businessman skills and power of being a public figure. In 2012, he helped to change the pension scheme of UK. After a year, he also contributed to Vista Print on their business campaign and helped Bark.com to promote their services. Hewer and Alan Sugar, the previous owner of Amstrad were close friends throughout their career. He became the advisor of Lord Sugar on The Apprentice. Hewer left the show on 18 December 2014 after the tenth series of the show.
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It was in 2012 that Hewer was the host of the show Countdown. Hewer also delivered a four-part series on called The Farm Fixer on BBC Two showing how he assisted the farmers living in Northern Ireland. Later, he also delivered two other series on BBC One. Hewer also appeared on the show “Who Do You Think You Are?” on 28 August 2013. Hewer has also appeared in various famous shows like “Would I Lie to You?”, “Have I Got News for You”, “Ask Rhod Gilbert”, “Big Star's Little Star” and “Room 101”. Then, in 2015, Hewer appeared in the BBC show Celebrity Antiques Road Trip alongside Margaret Mountford.
Hewer also participated in a charity event driving in Renault car from London to Ulan Bator called the Mongol Rally. He collected over £12,000 for the institution called Hope and Homes for Children. He also wrote some blogs describing the days of his journey in the travel section of the Daily Telegraph. In 2012, Hewer received honour from Kingston University, Honorary Doctorate of Letters, for his outstanding contribution to the business world.
Hewer married his girlfriend Margo Spindler in 1973. The relationship did not work quite well and sadly the couple divorced in 1985. Altogether, the couple had two childrens named James and Kate. Hewer has houses in several places like Lot-et-Garonne, Northamptonshire and in southwest France. He has a net worth of $30 million dollars sufficient to lead a healthy and luxurious life anyone can dream of. For more info about his bio, you can visit several wiki sites and other sites like IMDb.