A medical doctor and award-winning TV host, Dr David Bull has been hosting network shows for over 20 years both in Britain and on American television. He has hosted over 30 programmes and has worked for some of the biggest networks including BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, Living, Sky and Food Network. He also writes and produces shows on health, science and medicine.
With degrees in Medicine, Surgery and Science, David has worked in many London based NHS hospitals including St Mary’s Hospital, Ealing Hospital and the Whittington Hospital in the fields of General Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine and General Practice.
He began working as a television doctor in 1995, for SKY offering travel advice for people heading abroad. In 1996, he joined the children’s news show, Newsround on the BBC, offering medical advice to children about their health.
David has won a Royal Television Society Award for best children’s factual programme; a documentary on bullying based on his own experiences.
His other television credits include, his own children’s talk show, Sort It!, The Really Useful Show, Watchdog, Watchdog Healthcheck, Most Haunted, Hospital Live and the live science show Tomorrow’s World.
In 2008, David crossed to America where he began working on The Rachael Ray show in New York and hosting for WebMD. In 2012, he became the host of Sugar Dome for Food Network and starred in the movie Caveman, playing an eccentric game show host.
He is also an established author. His health-inspired books have been translated into multiple languages and published worldwide.
David is also an influential businessman. In 2000, David set up his own PR and Comms Company, IncrediBull. The business grew to employ over thirty staff in London and San Francisco. In 2014, he sold the company to concentrate on his TV career. David also owns a property business, buying and selling homes across Europe.
David is a dedicated campaigner and has been active in getting people out to vote, engaging young people in politics, cleaning up dirty hospitals, improving sexual health and implementing newborn screening for the life-threatening condition, Cystic Fibrosis. In 2014 he joined the Advisory Board for UKares, an LA-based charity, dedicated to helping UK and Commonwealth citizens who find themselves in dire trouble in the US.
Through his television career and campaigning, David has interviewed many influential political figures, global personalities and business tycoons.
David now splits his time between his homes in Los Angeles and London.