Margaret Mountford born on 24 November 1951 is a British lawyer cum businesswoman and moreover a television personality widely known for her role in the popular show called the apprentice. She has become very old now as she is of the age 64 at present. She studied her early education at a grammar school called Strathearn School located in Belfast. Then, she studied at Girton College in the Cambridge city. She did not just leave her education. Later, Mountford had a Ph.D. degree at University College London in the year 2012.
Mountford worked as a lawyer in the beginning for some years alongside Herbert Smith. Then, she started working as a non-executive director at Georgia and Amstrad. She chairs the governor's board of a Church of the England Comprehensive School called St Marylebone. Mountford also chairs the organization called Bright Ideas Trust. This institution was the mastermind of Tim Campbell, also known as the first apprentice winner and they help young unemployed people to start businesses. It was only in 2012 that Mountford completed her Ph.D. degree at University College London.
Mountford was one of the advisors of Lord Sugar, along with Nick Hewer from 2005 to 2009, in the show The Apprentice. The role played by her in this show has given her wife popularity and fame. She also was present on the panel in the show The Apprentice for the first time. She was the advisor of the show until 2009 and in June and she made an announcement that she was going to leave the show in Series 5 in order to pursue a Ph.D. degree. Karren Brady replaced Mountford in the Series 6 of the show. She later appeared in a 2010 series episode, where she helped to narrow down the candidates until only the final two were remaining. In 2011, 2012 and 2013, Mountford performed similar roles in the Apprentice finals.
the Apprentice finals.
Mountford appeared on the Channel 4 show Countdown in March 2012 as well as later in January 2013. In 2013, Mountford co-presented a documentary by BBC One along with Hewer called We All Pay Your Benefits. In October in the same year, she presented another documentary from BBC Two entitled Groundbreakers: Ulster's Forgotten Radical that mainly focused on the 19th-century women's rights campaigns. Likewise, she has also presented other various documentaries in the BBC.
Regarding her marital life, Mountford was married to Richard Mountford in 1973. The relationship was going pretty well but sadly the relationship between the husband and wife came to an end in 1990 after 17 years of marriage. She also has a child from Robert Mountford.
Later, she was found dating her boyfriend Gary O’Neil and the couple stayed in a relationship from 1993 to 1995. Something happened to their relationship and they broke up. After two years, the pair again decided to be in a relationship for the second time. Margaret Mountford and her partner Gary O'Neil are living happily with each other since then.
Mountford may be had posed in a bikini in the past showing her hot and sexy figure, but now she does not give much attention to how she looks. However, she still looks beautiful and has a pretty confident person. She is not much active on social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram. It may be because she does not have much time for it as she is a very busy person. Moreover, she has been getting big salary since her career which has contributed to a wonderful net worth sufficient to live a luxurious and comfortable life. For more information about her bio, you can visit several wiki sites such as Wikipedia and IMDb over the internet.