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Mary Berry is one the country’s best loved cookery writers and television presenters.
Mary is known nationwide for her work as a judge on The Great British Bake Off, Junior Bake Off, and Comic Relief Bake Off. She also presented the Love Production’s American spin-off show The Great American Baking Show for NBC.
In March 2017 Mary fronted a six-part series for BBC 2, Mary Berry Everyday. The show and its accompanying cook book featured recipes from throughout Mary’s career. In May 2017 Mary featured in the Gardeners World coverage from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. 2017 will also see Mary front her latest TV project, Mary Berry’s Secrets from Britain’s Great Houses.
Mary trained at The Cordon Bleu in Paris and Bath School of Home Economics, and in the swinging ’60s became the cookery editor of Housewife magazine, and later, Ideal Home magazine.
She first appeared on television in the 1970’s when she became the resident cook on Afternoon Plus with Judith Chalmers.
Combining motherhood and work, she continued writing books and filming television series for BBC from her home. Mary launched the extremely successful Aga Workshops, a cookery school at home, which had over twelve thousand students over sixteen years. She has written over eighty cookery books with total sales of over six million.
Mary is a Patron of the Child Bereavement Trust, an Ambassador for the RHS and President of the National Garden Scheme. Mary has won many awards including Good Housekeeping Award for Food Book of the Year and an NRTA for Best Television Chef. In 2012 Mary was honoured with a CBE for services to culinary arts and recently won Best TV Judge at the 2017 National Television Awards.
Mary continues to write books alongside Lucy Young, her assistant of over twenty years. She lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband, has two grown up children and five grandchildren.
Mary Berry is available for cookery demonstrations, personal appearances, brand campaigns and ‘In conversation with’ style talks.
Find out more about Mary on her website.