A household name and familiar TV face, Quentin has appeared on everything from the Generation Game and Sarah Milligan to Newsnight and Strictly Come Dancing.
He still holds the lowest ever recorded score on Strictly (eight out of 40) during the second series that he describes as his ‘proudest television achievement’. As well as dozens of car shows, Quentin devised and presented BBC2’s All the Right Moves – the first TV buying and selling property show - as well as Britain’s Worst Teenager, Worst Mother In-Law, Worst DIYer and Britain’s Worst Pet. His format went on to spawn Canada’s Worst Driver and Worst Home Improver, which are in their tenth series and some of the best-watched shows on Canadian TV. Quentin’s Worst format was nominated for the Montreux Rose D’Or Best TV Reality Show in 2004.
His latest series, The Classic Car Show, which he co-presents with Jodie Kidd on Channel 5, is a 13 part global format distributed by Sony Television internationally.