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Peter Jones is a judge on the ABC's "American Inventor." He is also the Co-Creator and Executive Producer.

Peter Jones is one of the most successful and versatile businessmen in the UK, with interests spanning telecommunications, business services, fashion and real estate, as well as entertainment. As the founder of Phones International Group, Peter Jones, 39, heads one of the most successful privately owned companies in the UK. He founded the telecommunications giant in April 1998 and has watched the company experience an explosive growth, with projected revenues expected to exceed $500 million this year.

Peter Jones found fame as one of the panelists on the hit BBC business reality show, "Dragon's Den." His honest off-the-cuff comments made him an audience favorite and catapulted his celebrity status well beyond the business world. In 2005, he established Peter Jones TV to develop original television programming with a business twist. He is the co-creator and executive producer of the highly anticipated ABC Television Network reality show, "American Inventor," the first major U.S. project for Peter Jones TV. He also serves as a judge on the series.

Peter Jones continues to focus on future opportunities for his emerging empire, and is currently developing a number of new business-related entertainment television shows for the UK and U.S. markets.




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PETER JONES: FACTS

How tall is Peter Jones? How old is Peter Jones? Find out here.

Age: 48 years old
Birthday: March 18, 1966
Height: 6' 7 ¼"
Birthplace: England, UK
Wife: Caroline





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