The final question (the "question in a million") is the rarest moment in the program "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?". Having answered correctly this question, the hero of the game can earn the maximum prize.
Below is a list of participants who have reached the last question, as well as the wording of the questions.
Ingram Wilcox is the oldest man who won £1,000,000: at the time of the engagement he was 62 years old.
Laurence and Jackie Llewellyn Bowen for the first time in the history of the program answered incorrectly to the 15th question. However, due to incorrect wording, the question was re-enacted, but this time the pair began to take risks and took £500,000. They are also the first pair to reach the 15th question.
Charles Ingram won £1,000,000 in fraud. His accomplices were Tecwen Whittock, who reported the correct answers by radio, and his wife Diana Ingram, who, while in the hall as a cheerleader, accepted the answers and signaled coughing signals. Charles's was stripped from his £1,000,000 win because of that.
Laurence and Jackie Llewellyn Bowen were the first contestants to answer the £1,000,000 incorrectly, even though the question was flawed. They were invited back and walked away with £500,000. Strangely, when they got the flawed question wrong, the £500,000 lose cue was played instead of the £1,000,000 one.
However, Charles Ingram had help from Tecwen Whittock, which is cheating. That means Ingram Wilcox is officially the only one to win £1,000,000 with with no lifelines left for the last 5 questions without needing any help.
Roger Walker ran out of lifelines at his £16,000 question, but answered 5 questions in-a-row to win £500,000.
Judith Keppel, David Edwards, & Robert Brydges returned to the "Millionaires Return" episodes and all won £32,000. If Steve Devlin had gone with his instinct and won £1,000,000, he would have appeared in this episode. Likewise, if Charles Ingram's £1,000,000 winnings were not stripped, he would have also appeared in this episode.
Charles Ingram and Ingram Wilcox's runs were oddly similar to each other, minus the cheating on the latter's case. Both of them used their last lifeline on their £32,000 question which was "50:50". They answered their last 5 questions correctly with no lifelines remaining. The differences are using their Ask the Audience and Phone a Friend lifelines in their different value of questions. About them, both of them have the name "Ingram" in them, but, for the former, Ingram is his last name, and for the latter, Ingram is his first name; Charles cheated and not Ingram.