Ulrika was just as much part of the Gladiators show as the Gladiators themselves... she presented every series! Starting her career as a weather presenter on TV-am, Ulrika has gone on to be a team captain on comedy quiz show Shooting Stars and present many television shows including the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest and Dog Eat Dog.
Footballer and martial arts expert Fash presented the show between 1992-1996 and made a welcome return for the final series in 1999. Famed for his 'Awoooga' catchphrase, Fash was the 1993 Gladiators Celebrity Champion. He has gone on to star in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and became an International Spokesperson for UNICEF.
English rugby player Jeremy became the Gladiators co-host in 1997 after Fash had a two year break. He was once surprised during the filming of Gladiators by Michael Aspel when he was presented with This Is Your Life book. He also presented the series Body Heat and Top Score.
The man who gets '3, 2, 1' shouted at him wherever he goes began his career as a teacher and he has coached athletes for the Commonwealth Games, European Championships, Olympic Games and World Championships. He was also Director of Training for the Gladiators show.
G-Force, led by Donna Derby, made fantastic audience entertainment with an array of vibrant dance routines and constant cheering on for the Contenders. They even managed to keep Wolf Man under control!
John provided the voice-over commentary for every series of the UK Gladiators.
Eunice, winner of the 1994 UK Gladiators series and first International Gladiators, was a Northern Contender Coach for the Gladiators: The Challenge 1996 series. She is also now a world famous stuntwoman.
Phil, winner of the 1993 UK Gladiators series, was a Southern Contender Coach for the Gladiators: The Challenge 1996 series. He also competed in the International Gladiators 1 and Springbok Challenge 2.
Andrew was timekeeper for the 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998 and 1999 series of Gladiators. As well as being the Associate Producer of Gladiators he also worked on Run The Gauntlet, World's Strongest Man, Superchamps and Ice Warriors.
Derek, the 400-metre Olympic sprinter, was timekeeper for the 1995 series of the Gladiators. He also was the triumphant winner of the Gladiators Celebrity Special in 1994 and became the Gladiators and Contenders trainer.