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TV personality, broadcaster & commentator.

Ryan-Mark starred in the recent series of 'Celebs Go Dating' on Channel 4 in January to February 2022. He also appeared on the celebrity version of 'Hot Property' in 2022 on BBC Three, alongside Youtuber Yung Filly and starred in the new celebrity series of 'Eating with My Ex' which aired on BBC Three and BBC One in 2021.


He is also well known for being on BBC One's 'The Apprentice' as the youngest-ever contestant, including the BBC Two panel show 'The Apprentice: You're Fired!'. He also featured throughout the 'The Apprentice Best Bits', a 6-part series which aired on BBC One in 2020 - featuring highlights across 15 years of the programme.


Since 2022, Ryan-Mark has been presenting several online series with boohooMAN that have been shared to millions of followers across their social channels. He has also done a social media campaign for Google Pixel.


He is a regular contributor on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain', GB News, and TalkTV. He has also made many appearances on London Live, BBC Radio 5 Live: 'Wake Up to Money', BBC Asian Network, BBC Radio Sussex & Surrey and Hits Radio.


Since September 2020, Ryan-Mark has been a columnist for the Daily Star, publishing weekly columns to millions of readers in one of Britain's biggest tabloids.

Lime Pictures have produced a short digital series for Channel 4, which followed the presenter, Ryan-Mark, travelling around the UK to see what the British people make of love and relationships in 2022.


Exclusive in The Sunclick here to read more!

Ryan-Mark Parsons was on BBC 1 'Sunday Morning Live' for a debate with businessman Piers Linney "Is working from home lazy?" -

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