Thomas Skinner reveals surprise new career three years after The Apprentice | The Sun
THE Apprentice star Thomas Skinner has revealed his surprise new career, three years after appearing on the hit show.
Thomas, 32, made a name for himself on The Apprentice – a far cry from selling knocked-off goods and sleeping on the floor.
He's since appeared on Celebrity Masterchef and filmed The Weakest Link, but it appears he’s now trying his hand at a new career venture.
Apprentice star Thomas showed off his presenting skills over the weekend, as he appeared at the ABB FIA Formula E, which is presented by Vernon Kay on Channel 4, and fronted a social media channel for Envision Racing in London.
Throwing himself into the world of cars, Thomas was worlds away from his market stalls as he rubbed shoulders with the likes of Orlando Bloom and gave the racing drivers motivational speeches.
Thomas told The Sun: “I’ve been invited down and it’s been a great day. I can’t wait for the next season.”
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He even took the drivers to his local – Dino’s café – for breakfast and treated them to steak and ale pie.
Thomas recently became a dad to twins with his wife Sinead who gave birth four weeks early.
Talking about dad life, Tom, who has three children, said: “It really is hard work and I don’t get enough sleep.”
But despite the lack of sleep, the star said he and his wife are “talking about baby number four.”
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His new career comes after he told of happy he is to have overcome the tough times in his life – after finding success in business and on the telly.
He wrote: "I know the last few weeks I have spammed my social media with pictures of our baby twins and my little family, but I can honestly say they are my greatest achievement in life.
"I always think back to where I was in my life many years ago; Selling knocked off goods, sleeping on a fold out bed on the floor downstairs and driving a clapped out £500 van.
"To have my beautiful family to look after keeps me going. It just shows you what hard work can get you in life.”
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