It's hard to believe that Ant and Dec have been on our TV screens since 1988, when they appeared in CBBC kids drama 'Byker Grove' as PJ and Duncan. After leaving the show in the early 90s, the boys - real names Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly - went on to launch a music career, releasing singles such as 'Let's Get Ready To Rhumble' and 'Shout'. They later broke into TV presenting, and in 1998, they landed their biggest gig to date - fronting Saturday morning kids' shows 'SM:TV Live' and 'CD:UK' alongside Cat Deeley. Both shows became a huge hit for ITV, and the lads moved into prime time, fronting the likes of 'Pop Idol' and 'Slap Bang'. After they left 'SM:TV' in 2001, they went to on host 'Friends Like These' for the BBC, before launching 'Saturday Night Takeaway' in 2002 to huge audiences. In the same year, they were announced as the presenters of new reality show 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!', and have fronted the jungle-based show ever since. 2007 saw Simon Cowell recruit them to front his latest show 'Britain's Got Talent', and the pair have presided over all ten series, which has featured judges Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. Having signed a golden handcuffs deal with ITV, they've also presented shows including 'Red Or Black?', 'PokerFace', 'Gameshow Marathon' and 'Push The Button'. In 2016, they revealed that they could quit ITV when their current deal comes to an end, with plans to launch their own sitcom and stage show.