Charlie Ross’s career: From turkey auctions to charity hits, here’s a look at the life of the Bargain Hunt star.

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Charlie Ross’s career: From turkey auctions to charity hits, here’s a look at the Bargain Hunt star’s journey.

CHARLIE ROSS is best known for being one of the hosts of Bargain Hunt, but he has made some unusual career choices.

Here’s everything you need to know about the actor’s professional life.

Charlie Ross will be challenging the red and blue teams on Sunday (January 9) when Bargain Hunt returns to BBC One.

The teams will travel to Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, in search of bargains to bring to auction in this episode.

Ross has worked in a variety of jobs over the years, and this website contains all of the information you require.

Charlie Ross will be looking at a selection of rare toys on Sunday’s episode of Bargain Hunt.

The 71-year-old antiques expert has appeared on several BBC shows.

He has also worked as a professional auctioneer for many years.

His career, on the other hand, began in an unusual way, as he began working at auctions in 1968.

He joined an estate agency after finishing school and later found himself auctioning turkeys and chickens.

He moved on to antique furniture after that, eventually opening his own auction house in Woburn.

His TV credits include Flog It!, Antiques Road Trip, and Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, in addition to being one of the regular Bargain Hunt hosts.

Fans of the auctioneer may be interested to learn that he worked in the United States for a long time.

For Gooding and Company, he ran the Pebble Beach Vintage Car Auction in California and the Scottsdale Auction in Arizona.

He has appeared on the TV show Chasing Classic Cars as a result of his work.

He most recently worked as the chief auctioneer for MacDougall’s, a specialist Russian art auction house.

The star has also devoted himself to charity work, raising millions of dollars for organizations such as CLIC Sargent and The Elton John AIDS Foundation.

When he teamed up with some fellow BBC antique experts in 2017, the eccentric presenter considered pursuing a career in music.

For BBC Children In Need, he and the band recorded a rendition of Sleigh Ride.

He reunited with the celebrities the following year to record another Christmas single, Rock With Rudolph.

The charity race benefited Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Ross reunited with more celebrities in 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society and Action for Alzheimer’s.

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