In DD, it’s 100 times worse, the narrator will list all the dragons’ names and their equipment and/or how they got their fortune AGAIN in the middle of the show. Jennifer Wood left after 1 season and Arlene is much more interesting. Jennifer Wood biography, pictures, credits,quotes and more. No biography is available for Jennifer Wood. Add a Biography. Jennifer Wood, Self: Dragons’ Den. Update information for Jennifer Wood. More at IMDbPro Add or change photos on IMDbPro Represent Jennifer Wood?
A few personal observations on last night s show: New dragon Arlene Dickinson, a Calgary marketing consultant, is quiet but firm and much tougher than the Season 1 dragon she replaced, Jennifer Wood. Over the years, Dragons Jennifer Wood, W. Brett Wilson and Robert Herjavec have left the show. One original Dragon, La Senza founder Lawrence Lewin, passed away after season two. Dragons’ Den star Arlene Dickinson says she’s leaving the show after eight seasons. The series, which airs Wednesdays on CBC-TV, debuted with Jim Treliving, Kevin O’Leary, Jennifer Wood, Laurence Lewin and Robert Herjavec.
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Canadian Entrepreneur: Reviewing The Dragons
The CBC-TV reality show Dragons Den, pitting would-be entrepreneurs against millionaire moguls, roars into a sixth season with escalating popularity. What makes the program so appealing? Arlene Dickinson, communications and marketing guru who joined the show in its second season, replacing cattle baroness Jennifer Wood, postulates that it captures the dreamer and the armchair Dragon in all of us. Buckner, Dianne, Robert Herjavec, Laurence Lewin, Kevin O’Leary, Jim Treliving, Jennifer Wood, Stuart Coxe, Tracie Tighe, and Mike Downie. Dragons’ Den: Best of Season 1. Even so, at the show’s taping in August, I was shocked by the lack of respect some of her colleagues (all men) showed for Edmonton-based Jennifer Wood and her cattle-related businesses. Canadian entrepreneurs give pitching their products and ideas their best shot in an attempt to gain financing on the long running CBC series Dragons Den. Dragons’ Den is a Canadian television reality show based on the internationally franchised Dragons’ Den format which began in Japan. Jennifer Wood (Season 1), an executive in Canada’s beef industry.