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Hilary Lorraine Devey CBE (born 10 March 1957) is an English businesswoman, television personality and entrepreneur, famous for her two-year character on BBC Two programme “Dragons’ Den” until she left to present the five-part Channel 4 show “The Intern”.
Hilary Devey has featured in a number of television programmes including Channel 4’s Secret Millionaire in 2008, where she contributed more than 350,000 to the Back Door Music Project and the Syke Community Centre in Rochdale. Appearing on the programme she popularised her saying “you’d make my foot itch” to signal dissatisfaction or insufficient interest in a enterprise. She afterwards declared that she’d be leaving the show in June 2012, as Hilary Devey had signed an exclusive two year deal with Channel 4. In September 2012, Devey presented her last programme for BBC Two, a miniseries called Hilary Devey’s Girls On Top, a combined Open University and BBC Two production. In April 2013 she started fronting the brand new Channel 4 show The Intern, a six-part company documentary in which sees gave three young interns a week’s trial in the work in their dreams. The primary three aired in the Thursday 9pm timeslot, but the later three were air on Wednesday nights at 11pm. On 3 April 2014, Devey declared that she was set to host a brand new Channel 4 company programme, which she’ll start filming in June. On 20 June 2014, Devey will participate in a star episode of Fifteen to One.