Robin Leach (born August 29, 1941) is an English celebrity writer famous for hosting his first show, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous in the 1980s, which focuses on the lavish luxurious mansions, cars, yachts of celebrities, and sometimes has interviews with them, either at home, or on their vacations. His voice is often parodied by other actors.
During grammar school at Harrow County School for Boys, 20 miles from London, he edited a school magazine, The Gayton Times, at age 14. At age 15 he became a general news reporter for The Harrow Observer and started a monthly glossy town magazine at age 17. Leach moved on to the prestigious Daily Mail as Britain's youngest page one reporter at age 18. In 1963, he emigrated to America and wrote for a number of publications (New York Daily News, People, Ladies Home Journal etc.) before launching GO Magazine and then was show business editor of The Star.
Leach makes occasional guest appearances on television shows. His signature phrase is "champagne wishes and caviar dreams."
He now does many voiceovers for shows emphasizing the wealth of celebrities and lavish places of the world on VH1.