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Victoria Coren Mitchell
Born
Victoria Elizabeth Coren

(1972-08-18) 18 August 1972 (age 50)[1]
Hammersmith, London, England
EducationSt Paul's Girls' School
Alma materSt John's College, Oxford
Occupation(s)Journalist, television presenter, poker player, writer
Known forOnly Connect (2008–present)
Spouse
(m. 2012)
Children1
Parents
Relatives
ResidenceLondon, United Kingdom[citation needed]
World Series of Poker
Bracelet(s)None
Money finish(es)2
Highest ITM
Main Event finish
None
European Poker Tour
Title(s)2
Final table(s)2
Money finish(es)6
Information accurate as of 20 April 2014.
Websitevictoriacoren.com

Victoria Elizabeth Coren Mitchell (née Coren; born (1972-08-18)18 August 1972) is a British writer, TV presenter and professional poker player. She writes weekly columns for The Daily Telegraph and has hosted the BBC television quiz show Only Connect since 2008.

Early life

Victoria Elizabeth Coren was born in Hammersmith, West London,[2][3] the only daughter of the humourist and journalist Alan Coren and Anne Kasriel. Her father had been brought up in an Orthodox Jewish household.[4][5] She grew up in Cricklewood, North London, with her elder brother, journalist Giles Coren.[6] She is related to Canadian journalist Michael Coren.[7]

She attended independent girls' schools between the ages of five and 18,[8] including St Paul's Girls' School,[9] and read English at St John's College, Oxford.[10] [11] [12]

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Hammersmith

Hammersmith

Hammersmith is a district of West London, England, 4.3 miles (6.9 km) southwest of Charing Cross. It is the administrative centre of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, and identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.

West London

West London

West London is the western part of London, England, north of the River Thames, west of the City of London, and extending to the Greater London boundary.

Alan Coren

Alan Coren

Alan Coren was an English humourist, writer and satirist who was a regular panellist on the BBC radio quiz The News Quiz and a team captain on BBC television's Call My Bluff. Coren was also a journalist, and for almost a decade was the editor of Punch magazine.

Orthodox Judaism

Orthodox Judaism

Orthodox Judaism is the collective term for the traditionalist and theologically conservative branches of contemporary Judaism. Theologically, it is chiefly defined by regarding the Torah, both Written and Oral, as revealed by God to Moses on Mount Sinai and faithfully transmitted ever since.

Cricklewood

Cricklewood

Cricklewood is an area of London, England, which spans the boundaries of three London boroughs: Barnet to the east, Brent to the west and Camden to the south-east. The Crown pub, now the Clayton Crown Hotel, is a local landmark and lies 5 miles (8 km) north-west of Charing Cross.

North London

North London

North London is the northern part of London, England, north of the River Thames. It extends from Clerkenwell and Finsbury, on the edge of the City of London financial district, to Greater London's boundary with Hertfordshire.

Giles Coren

Giles Coren

Giles Robin Patrick Coren is a British columnist, food writer, and television and radio presenter. He has been a restaurant critic for The Times newspaper since 2002, and was named Food and Drink Writer of the Year at the British Press Awards in 2005.

Michael Coren

Michael Coren

Michael Coren is a British-Canadian writer and clergyman. A long-time television personality, Coren hosted The Michael Coren Show on the Crossroads Television System from 1999 to 2011 before moving to the Sun News Network to host The Arena with Michael Coren, from 2011 until the channel's demise in early 2015. He has also been a long-time radio personality, particularly on Toronto talk radio station CFRB. Coren is currently a columnist for the Toronto Star and iPolitics.

St Paul's Girls' School

St Paul's Girls' School

St Paul's Girls' School is an independent day school for girls, aged 11 to 18, located in Brook Green, Hammersmith, in West London, England.

St John's College, Oxford

St John's College, Oxford

St John's College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford. Founded as a men's college in 1555, it has been coeducational since 1979. Its founder, Sir Thomas White, intended to provide a source of educated Roman Catholic clerics to support the Counter-Reformation under Queen Mary.

Writing

At the age of 14, Coren had a short story published under a pseudonym in Just Seventeen magazine[13] and then won a competition in The Daily Telegraph to write a column about teenage life for their "Weekend" section, which she continued writing during her own teenage years. During a Channel 4 broadcast, she explained that one Telegraph reader had written to her, criticising her column and had used a very great number of swear words, all in Latin.[14]

Her books include Love 16[15] and Once More, with Feeling, about her attempt (with co-author Charlie Skelton) to make "the greatest porn film ever".[16] Their jobs reviewing porn films for the Erotic Review led them to believe that most of what they were watching was terrible and that they could make better films themselves.[1][17]

She adapted the newspaper columns of John Diamond into a play called A Lump in my Throat, which was performed during the 2000 Edinburgh Festival at the Assembly Rooms,[18] the Grace Theatre and the New End Theatre in London, before she adapted it again for a BBC Two docudrama with Neil Pearson, broadcast in 2001.

Victoria and Giles Coren wrote an introduction to Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks, an anthology of the best comic writing by their father Alan, published by Canongate in October 2008.[19]

Her poker memoir For Richer, For Poorer: A Love Affair with Poker[20] (the subtitle changed to Confessions of a Player when released in paperback in 2011)[21] was published in September 2009, and was well reviewed in The Times[22] and The Observer.[23]

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Just Seventeen

Just Seventeen

Just Seventeen, often referred to as J-17, was a fortnightly magazine aimed at teenage girls, published by Emap from October 1983 to April 2004. A special preview edition was given away free with sister magazine Smash Hits on 13 October 1983, with the first issue published the week after on 20 October. It had become a weekly publication by early 1986. It quickly became the UK's market-leading teen-girl magazine until the launch of Sugar in 1994, after which sales began to fall. In 1997, the magazine was changed to a monthly format in response to declining circulation, and the magazine was finally closed in 2004 after losing a third of its readership.

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph, known online and elsewhere as The Telegraph, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally.

Once More, with Feeling (book)

Once More, with Feeling (book)

Once More, with Feeling: How We Tried to Make the Greatest Porn Film Ever is a 2003 book by Victoria Coren and Charlie Skelton. The authors, whose only experience of the pornography industry were as journalists for the Erotic Review magazine, set out to make a pornographic film which would differ from the industry's standard output. Once More, with Feeling is their account of the time they spent researching and shooting the film.

Charlie Skelton

Charlie Skelton

Charlie Skelton is a comedy writer, journalist, artist and actor from Suffolk, England.

Erotic Review

Erotic Review

Erotic Review is a monthly UK-based lifestyle publication. Covering eroticism and sex-related topics, it was first published in 1995 as a print magazine, migrating to an eZine format in June 2010. In addition to the monthly magazine, available to paying subscribers as a virtual flipbook, the magazine's website featured blogs and reviews available free of charge. Mid-2011 it was decided to change the format once again, dispense with the flipbook and subscriptions and make all current columns, articles and reviews free of charge and so accessible to all.

John Diamond (journalist)

John Diamond (journalist)

John Diamond was an English journalist and broadcaster. In 1997 he was diagnosed with throat cancer, a subject he wrote about in his weekly column at The Times, as well as in two books. He was married to food writer and celebrity chef Nigella Lawson from 1992 until his death in 2001, and had two children.

Assembly Rooms (Edinburgh)

Assembly Rooms (Edinburgh)

The Assembly Rooms are meeting halls in central Edinburgh, Scotland. Originally solely a meeting place for social gatherings, it is now also used as an arts venue and for public events, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Hogmanay celebrations. There are four rooms, with moveable chairs or tables, that are used year-round and are available for private functions: Music Hall, Ballroom, Supper Room and Edinburgh Suite.

BBC Two

BBC Two

BBC Two is a British free-to-air public broadcast television channel owned and operated by the BBC. It covers a wide range of subject matter, with a remit "to broadcast programmes of depth and substance" in contrast to the more mainstream and popular BBC One.

Docudrama

Docudrama

Docudrama is a genre of television and film, which features dramatized re-enactments of actual events. It is described as a hybrid of documentary and drama and "a fact-based representation of real event".

Neil Pearson

Neil Pearson

Neil John Pearson is a British actor, known for his work on television. He was nominated for the 1994 BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor for Between the Lines (1992–1994). His other television roles include Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–1998), All the Small Things (2009), Waterloo Road (2014–2015), and In the Club (2014–2016). His film appearances include all three of the Bridget Jones films. He is also an antiquarian book dealer who specialises in the expatriate literary movement of Paris between the World Wars.

Canongate Books

Canongate Books

Canongate Books is an independent publishing firm based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Observer

The Observer

The Observer is a British newspaper published on Sundays. It is a sister paper to The Guardian and The Guardian Weekly, whose parent company Guardian Media Group Limited acquired it in 1993. First published in 1791, it is the world's oldest Sunday newspaper.

Ormerod hoax

In 2007, after the death of her father, having put a notice in The Times inviting those who knew him to attend a service, she was warned by a friend that a "gang of serial funeral crashers" based in the south of England were checking death notices to find funerals and memorial services to crash for their own enjoyment. After receiving some suspicious email replies to her notice, she instigated a hoax to trap the group. She created "Sir William Ormerod" and placed a death notice. A week later, she placed another notice in The Times "in the guise of his grieving boyfriend Peter" for his memorial service "followed by a drinks reception".[24] She reported that the group duly claimed to have known Ormerod and applied for tickets.[24][25]

After first suggesting holding the memorial service and putting laxative in the canapés, she got a friend to telephone the ringleader (a serial fraudster and ex-magistrate)[26] to let it be known that she knew who they were and that he was not welcome, but she let the others in the gang come to her father's service, "gave them a drink and sent them on their way".[27][25] She has written articles in the Observer and The Guardian about her experience.

Poker

Coren Mitchell was the first woman to win an event on the European Poker Tour, the first player to win both a televised professional tournament (EPT London 2006) and a televised celebrity tournament (Celebrity Poker Club 2005), and the first player to win two European Poker Tour Main Events (EPT London 2006 and EPT Sanremo 2014). She frequently plays Texas hold 'em at the Victoria Casino in London's Edgware Road. As a commentator/presenter she has presented William Hill Poker Grand Prix 2 (Sky Sports)[28] and Late Night Poker and The Poker Nations Cup for Channel 4, and World Poker Tour for ITV2; and has commentated on The Monte Carlo EPT, Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (Channel 4), Ultimate Poker Challenge (Channel 5).[29]

During her poker career, she has become a close friend of The Hendon Mob and mixes weekly home games with frequent visits to two regular casinos. She appeared in five episodes of Late Night Poker, although she never made it to a series grand final. However, in Late Night Poker's spin-off Celebrity Poker Club, she defeated Willie Thorne to win the series two grand final before joining Jesse May as the commentator in series three. In the 2003 Hold-Em 100 tournament in London, she was a guest dealer for the final table.

On 24 September 2006 she won the main event of the European Poker Tour London, earning a prize of £500,000 and defeating Australian professional Emad Tahtouh.[30] On 20 November 2011 she finished second in the International Federation of Poker's inaugural The Table World Championship, eventually losing heads-up with 29-year-old Spaniard Raul Mestre. She received $100,000 for second place, $10,000 of which she donated to Age UK. In April 2014 she won the main event of the European Poker Tour San Remo, earning €476,100 and becoming the first player to have won two EPT titles.[31][32] As of 2021 her total live tournament winnings exceed $2,500,000, making her the 14th best-earning female live poker player ever.[33]

She has been a member of Team PokerStars Pro,[34] but in November 2014 she removed her endorsement a few hours after PokerStars had announced they were starting an online casino. She said she was uncomfortable about potential addiction by vulnerable people to a site where the odds are in favour of the operator, and did not want to be associated with such an operation.[35]

She has said that she regularly stays up until 6 am, "Smoking and drinking and gambling. But I like cooking and gardening too, which makes me sound like a very strange mix of an old lady and teenage boy." When asked about this in 2012, she stated: "It is still true. I'll grow up one day, but not quite yet."[36]

Coren Mitchell was inducted into the Women in Poker Hall of Fame in 2016.[37]

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European Poker Tour

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Texas hold 'em

Texas hold 'em

Texas hold 'em is one of the most popular variants of the card game of poker. Two cards, known as hole cards, are dealt face down to each player, and then five community cards are dealt face up in three stages. The stages consist of a series of three cards, later an additional single card, and a final card. Each player seeks the best five card poker hand from any combination of the seven cards; the five community cards and their two hole cards. Players have betting options to check, call, raise, or fold. Rounds of betting take place before the flop is dealt and after each subsequent deal. The player who has the best hand and has not folded by the end of all betting rounds wins all of the money bet for the hand, known as the pot. In certain situations, a "split-pot" or "tie" can occur when two players have hands of equivalent value. This is also called a "chop-pot". Texas hold 'em is also the H game featured in HORSE and in HOSE.

Channel 4

Channel 4

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Channel 5 (British TV channel)

Channel 5 (British TV channel)

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The Hendon Mob

The Hendon Mob

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Late Night Poker

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Celebrity Poker Club

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Willie Thorne

Willie Thorne

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Jesse May

Jesse May

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Age UK

Age UK

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PokerStars

PokerStars

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Personal life

On 20 March 2012, Coren announced her engagement to actor and comedian David Mitchell.[38][39] According to David, they first met at a film premiere in 2007, and had a short-lived series of dates, but only began dating properly three years later.[40] The couple married in November 2012, in north London,[40] and their daughter was born in May 2015.[41][42]

In July 2012 she reported that she was terrified of flying,[43] and in August 2012 she tweeted that the therapist she was seeing to address her fear had been killed in a plane crash.[44][45]

Television and radio credits

Year Show Role Notes
Off the Page: Radio 4 Presenter
Fourth Column: Radio 4 Presenter
1992[46] 100% Performer
2001 I Love the 80s Guest
2003 Double Entry Judge
2004 The Pedants' Revolt Guest
2006–2007 Balderdash and Piffle Presenter
2007 Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe Guest
2008–present Only Connect Host
2008–present Heresy Presenter
2009–2010 You Have Been Watching Guest
2009–2010 The Wright Stuff Guest panelist
2010 The Bubble Guest panelist
2010–2015 Question Time Guest panelist
2010–2014 Have I Got News for You Guest panelist
2014–2022 Guest host
2010 My Teenage Diary: Radio 4 Guest
2011 Frank Skinner's Opinionated Guest
2011–2019 Would I Lie to You? Guest
2012–present QI Guest
2012 Room 101 Guest
2011–2013 8 Out of 10 Cats Guest Comic Relief Special (2011)

Season 15, Episode 7

2013 Goodbye Television Centre Presenter
2013 The Secret Life of Mary Poppins: A Culture Show Special Presenter
2015 The Unbelievable Truth Guest
2015 How To Be Bohemian With Victoria Coren Mitchell (3 episodes): BBC Four[47] Presenter
2016 The Great Sport Relief Bake Off Celebrity contestant
2016 Chain Reaction: Radio 4 Interviewer/Guest
2016–present Women Talking About Cars: Radio 4[48] Host
2018 Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier Guest panelist
2018 The Big Narstie Show Guest Season 1, Episode 3
2019–2021 Hypothetical Guest panelist
2019 The One Show Guest
2020 Celebrity Gogglebox for Su2c Guest
2021 Taskmaster Contestant

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Off the Page

Off the Page

Off The Page is a British discussion programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Fridays at 11 PM.

Balderdash and Piffle

Balderdash and Piffle

Balderdash and Piffle is a British television programme on BBC in which the writers of the Oxford English Dictionary asked the public for help in finding the origins and first known citations of a number of words and phrases. Presented by Victoria Coren, it was a companion to the dictionary's Wordhunt project.

Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe

Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe

Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe is a British television review comedy programme created and presented by Charlie Brooker and broadcast on BBC Four. The programme contains reviews of current shows, as well as stories and commentary on how television is produced.

Only Connect

Only Connect

Only Connect is a British television quiz show presented by Victoria Coren Mitchell. In the series, teams compete in a tournament of finding connections between seemingly unrelated clues. The title is taken from a passage in E. M. Forster's 1910 novel Howards End: "Only connect the prose and the passion, and both will be exalted".

Heresy (radio series)

Heresy (radio series)

Heresy is a comedy talk show on BBC Radio 4, created and originally hosted by David Baddiel, now hosted by Victoria Coren Mitchell. In the show, the presenter and a panel of guests commit "heresy" by challenging people's most deeply received opinions on a subject, in front of a studio audience.

The Bubble (game show)

The Bubble (game show)

The Bubble is a British television quiz show hosted by David Mitchell, and made for the BBC by Hat Trick Productions. Each week, three comedians are tasked to differentiate real news stories from fake ones, after four days of isolation in 'The Bubble', a remote country house. A first series was broadcast on BBC Two from 19 February 2010, running for six episodes. A second series was planned but later abandoned due to Mitchell's commitments to the Channel 4 series 10 O'Clock Live.

Have I Got News for You

Have I Got News for You

Have I Got News for You (HIGNFY) is a British television panel show, produced by Hat Trick Productions for the BBC, which premiered on 28 September 1990. The programme, loosely based on the BBC Radio 4 show The News Quiz, focuses on two teams, one always captained by Ian Hislop and one by Paul Merton, each plus a guest panelist, answering questions on various news stories on the week prior to an episode's broadcast. However, the programme's format focuses more on the topical discussions on the subject of the news stories related to questions, and the satirical humour derived from these by the teams. This style of presentation had a profound impact on panel shows in British TV comedy, making it one of the genre's key standard-bearers.

Frank Skinner's Opinionated

Frank Skinner's Opinionated

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QI

QI

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Room 101 (British TV series)

Room 101 (British TV series)

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8 Out of 10 Cats

8 Out of 10 Cats

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The Culture Show

The Culture Show

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