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Stints followed on BBC One for the Holiday programme.
Smillie continued to present holiday programmes such as Summer Holiday, Holiday Swaps, Holiday Heaven and Holiday Favourites throughout the Nineties.
Carol Patricia Smillie (born 23 December 1961) is a Scottish television presenter and actress, and a former model, who was highly prominent as a presenter on British TV during the 1990s and early 2000s.
She is best known for assisting Nicky Campbell on the UK version of the game show Wheel of Fortune between 19.
Ancona's impression of Smillie used the catchphrase "I’m Smiley Smiley Carol Smillie", which Smillie adopted and has entered into popular culture.
Academically, she did not shine there, but she did eventually attain seven O-grades, including in fabric and fashion.
Undeterred, she spent another year at Cardonald College, finally achieving this goal.
At age 18, in 1979, Smillie embarked on her first year at the Glasgow School of Art, studying Art, Design, and Fashion, with the idea of becoming a fashion designer.
However, it was the DIY programme Changing Rooms that established her name and led to her presenting other primetime shows for the BBC, such as the National Lottery and her own morning chat show Smillie's People.
Smillie is known for her smile, which was caricatured by the British impressionist Ronni Ancona in the UK television show Big Impression.
She is also well known for presenting the BBC One home improvement show Changing Rooms from 1996-2003.
Smillie has appeared on the BBC television channel, firstly as a reporter on The Travel Show, and then Holiday, often as the programme's presenter.
Smillie mainly appeared on the Wednesday Midweek Draw show, but also made occasional appearances on Saturday nights.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating