She currently stars in her own show, Badger or Bust.
She has appeared on an episode of 8 Out of 10 Cats.
She was nominated for a national television award, but didn't make it through to the second round of voting.
She was brought into The Apprentice boardroom four times.
Her husband sold their story to the tabloids.
Her best tasks were car selling and flat letting.
She worked as a senior management executive for Compass Finance.
She has worked as a barmaid at several pubs in Wolverhampton.
She has 3 GCSE'S.
She appears on The Big Idea, on Sky One.
Her business has offices in Manchester and Didsbury.
She was the runner up in the 2006 version of The Apprentice.
She refuses to talk about her private life.
Her business started trading in June 2006
She keeps in contact with some of The Apprentice candidates.
She has been inspired by Phil Green, a highly successful businessman.
She wants kids.
She doesn't like the TV show Big Brother.
She likes Gordon Brown as a prime minster.
She is openly gay.
She was nominated for a National Television Award, in the reality section.
She has her own consultancy firm, Ruth Badger Consultancy Ltd.
She started her business in Janurary 2006.
After filming The Apprentice, Sir Alan Sugar offered her a job at Vigelen.
She was the 2006 runner up for the reality show The Apprentice.
She left school in Year 11.
Andy worked at his local Woolworths, as a teenager.
Andy plays online poker in his spare time.
She has been inspired by Nicole Horlicks, a very successful business woman.
She writes a column for First Magazine.
She is an ambassador for the Compton Hospice in the Midlands.
Ruth: I tell the truth. Unfortunately, with me, what you see is what you get.
Ruth: Every pound I have, I've worked for and I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth. And there are people in the show who have never done a days work in their life and if they cross me they'll pay the price.
Ruth: I can sell anything. I love selling.