David Dickinson Age, Husband, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Career

David Dickinson

David Dickinson MBE is a television personality and antique merchant from England. Dickinson presented the BBC One antiques program Bargain Hunt from 2000 until 2004 when he was replaced by Tim Wonnacott. Dickinson left the BBC in 2005 and has been anchoring the ITV afternoon program Dickinson’s Real Deal since 2006. Know all about David Dickinson Age, Husband, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Career

Quick Facts

Real Name David Dickinson
Nick Name David
Famous As Television personality, Antique merchant
Age 80 years
Birthday August 22, 1995
Birthplace Cheadle Heath, Stockport, United Kingdom
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality British
Religion Christianity
Height approx. 5 ft 9 in
Weight approx. 60 Kg
Body Measurements N/A
Biceps Size N/A
Eye Color Black
Hair Color White
Shoe Size N/A
Girlfriend/Dating N/A
Spouse Lorne Lesley
Net Worth $3 million

David Dickinson Age & Early Life

David Dickinson was born in Cheadle Heath, Cheshire, Stockport, on 16 August 1941. Dickinson was put up for adoption as a newborn and never again saw his original mother although he communicated with her in later life while she was living in Jersey. Talking about his educational details, He did his schooling at a local High School. Likewise, his higher education details are not revealed yet.

David Dickinson Height & Weight

David Dickinson is 5 feet 9 inches tall. He weighs approximately 60kg. He has lovely warm black eyes and white hair due to his old age. There is no information on his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, and so on.

David Dickinson
David Dickinson (Source: Google)

David Dickinson Net Worth

How much is David Dickinson’s net worth?  David Dickinson, the British presenter, has a lengthy history in broadcast media. David Dickinson’s net worth was estimated to be $2.7 million in 2018. It has grown to $3 million by 2021.


  • A casual encounter with a TV producer at a BBQ in 1998 led to Dickinson’s TV debut, a two-part BBC documentary on him and his preparation for a performance at Olympia.
  • Dickinson joined ITV in 2006 to host Dickinson’s Real Deal, a new daytime antiques show that airs on weekday afternoons. Episodes from the past are routinely re-enacted. The exhibition travels across the UK, asking people to come in and either sell their antiques and collectibles for appraisal by an antique dealer, who may offer to purchase the item for cash or buy the item for cash.
  • The David Dickinson Program, a celebrity variety show, aired on ITV for ten episodes beginning on May 17, 2010.  He hosted David Dickinson’s Name Your Price for ITV in 2017.
  • Dickinson featured on the eleventh series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway in March 2014. Dickinson was duped into thinking there was a live quarrel and subsequent vehicle collision on the set of his new ‘fake’ program Long Lost Treasures after the pair disguised themselves using prosthetics and phony accents. During the aftermath of the wind-up and after Ant & Dec’s big revelation, Dickinson said, “you two have done me up like a kipper!”

David Dickinson Wife & Marriage

Who is David Dickinson Wife? Dickinson met his wife, cabaret actress Lorne Lesley, at a nightclub in the 1960s, and they married in 1968. Lorne gave David an antique regency mourning ring set with a rose-cut diamond as a wedding present. Lorne is of African, Welsh, and Scottish descent and was born in Tiger Bay, Cardiff. The couple has two grown-up children as well as grandkids and lives in the Cheshire hamlet of Prestbury.