WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE ONE MILLION POUND WINNERS
Added on: 30th Sep 2014
Patrick 'Pat' Gibson: On 24 April 2004 he became the fourth
contestant to win the £1m jackpot a multiple world champion in
quizzing and one of the world's most successful quiz players.
He is best known for winning several quiz shows and being a panellist
on Eggheads. He got to the final question with two lifelines intact.
David Edwards (born in Barry, south Wales) is a former
physics teacher at Cheadle High School and Denstone College
in Staffordshire who became the first man to win the million pounds
on the British Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on 21 April 2001,
and only the second person to answer all 15 questions correctly,
and hence win the prize, after Judith Keppel.
Cheat: Major Charles Ingram was given an 18 month suspended
sentence after using an elaborate coughing system to make sure
he had the right answer communicated to him in 2001.
Judith Keppel was the show's first contestant to win
one million pounds in 2000. She is also the only woman
in the United Kingdom to have won it and also the first person
to win a million or more on a British television game show.
She also appears on the BBC Two quiz show Eggheads.
Robert Brydges: For most of us, scooping the jackpot on
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? would leave us dazed,
delighted and making plans to spend, spend, spend.
But not Robert Brydges, one of the 5 winners on the
hit ITV quiz show. For the 47-year-old father of two was
already a millionaire several times over.