Nigel Marven is widely known as the presenter of Ten Deadliest Snakes. On finishing school, Nigel spent a year travelling throughout America before reading Botany and Zoology at university in Bristol – the world capital of wildlife filmmaking. While researching for an MSc, Nigel got his first break in television on a BBC wildlife programme, and his first full-time television job was as a researcher on his hero David Attenborough's First Eden series about the Mediterranean. Nigel remained at the BBC for well over a decade, producing many primetime wildlife films including Incredible Journeys and Life of Birds. He eventually left to join Granada Television, where he continued to produce cutting-edge wildlife films but also found a new role in front of the camera. Five years later, Nigel now runs his own production company and makes films that are screened all over the world. He has previously worked and filmed in Malaysian Borneo. He too has previously worked and filmed in Malaysian Borneo.