JESSICA BLACKMORE

Jessica Blackmore is an actress, known for Dam Sharks (2016), Wicked Mom’s Club (2017) and Robot 4.
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Jessica Blackmore

Jessica Blackmore
Actress (13 credits)
  Robot 4 (post-production)
Fielding
 2018 The Quiet Man (Video Game)
Lala / Lorraine
 2018 Baby Obsession
Jane
 2017 Ex-Wife Killer
Hannah
 2017 Wicked Mom’s Club
Mandy
 2016 Dam Sharks (TV Movie)
Kate
 2016 The Love Effect (Short)
Pia
 2016 This Day Forward (Short)
Sophie
 2014 My Name Is Vivienne
Chantelle on ‘Lost Angeles’
 2009 The Sacred
Miranda
 2009 Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Jr. (TV Movie)
Assistant with White Horse (uncredited)
 2008 Bait Shop (Video)
Hot Rod Girl
 2008/I Mina (Short)
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Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace

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Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace
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Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace in 2007
Born (1978-12-28) 28 December 1978 (age 40)

London, England
Nationality British
Education London College of Fashion
Occupation Actress, Model, Magazine columnist, Television personality, Fashion designer
Height 5’7″
Television Big Brother
Celebrity Coach Trip
Parent(s) Sophia Horgan, Steve Wallace

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace (/æʃˈln ˈhɔːrɡən ˈwɒlɪs/}; born 28 December 1978[1]) is a British fashion designer, magazine columnist, actress, and television and media personality. She rose to fame in 2006 when she appeared, and finished third, in the seventh series of reality television show Big Brother.

Career[edit]

2006: Big Brother[edit]

Horgan-Wallace rose to notoriety in the United Kingdom when she was selected as a contestant in the seventh series of the Channel 4 TV series, Big Brother, in 2006. She entered the Big Brother House on Day 12, and became known for her clashes with fellow contestants Nikki Grahame and Grace Adams-Short, and for being voted into the “House Next Door” by the public—a secret house, where she was forced to choose who out of five new contestants would become new housemates.[2][3][4][5][6][7] Horgan-Wallace reached the final on Day 93; she came third with 22% of the public vote.[8]

In August 2010, she turned down an offer to appear in Ultimate Big Brother[9] in order to shoot her scenes for a minor role in the British urban comedy film, Anuvahood instead.

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace at a red carpet event

Since 2007, Horgan-Wallace has been a frequent guest on the Big Brother support shows, Big Brother’s Big Mouth, Big Brother’s Little Brother, and since the show’s move to Channel 5 in 2011, Big Brother’s Bit On The Side. She also writes Big Brother columns for The Sun Online.

2007–present: Transitions into television work[edit]

Since 2007, she has appeared in a number of episodes of Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe. She has also presented for shows such as T4. She appeared in BBC One‘s Test The Nation, on a team with several other Big Brother contestants.[10] She also made a small appearance on The Charlotte Church Show. She appeared in several episodes of the Red TV series Celebrity: Stars at Work, which aired in December 2007 and January 2008.[11] Following on from this, Horgan-Wallace signed a one series contract with Red TV to film a self-titled, fly-on-the-wall documentary Aisleyne. Four episodes were broadcast, the first being aired on 5 March 2008.[12][13]

In June 2008, Horgan-Wallace made a guest appearance on a special edition of The Friday Night Project, which aired after the launch of Big Brothers ninth series.[14] Her contributions to the show included a sketch which mocked her rivalry with former housemate Nikki Grahame.[15] In August 2008, she made a brief cameo appearance in The Kevin Bishop Show. In October 2008, Aisleyne cameoed in Channel 4 and E4‘s horror Dead Set, which was written by Charlie Brooker. She played herself in this show. She featured in two episodes – episode 1.01 and episode 1.05. In episode 1.05 she played a zombie version of herself.

On 2 March 2009, Aisleyne underwent a make-under for the BBC Three programme Snog Marry Avoid?,[16] presented by Jenny Frost. She was persuaded that a more natural look suited her. In May 2009 she was interviewed for the E4/CH4 programme Big Brother: A Decade in the Headlines, written and presented by Grace Dent.

In March 2010, she appeared as a guest diner on the Living TV programme, Celebrity Restaurant in Our Living Room. On 5 May 2011 she starred in an episode of Celebrity Hens and Stags for Wedding TV.[17] She helped organise a stag night in Edinburgh including racing in an off-road buggy. In June 2011 she appeared as a contestant[18] in the TV3 (Ireland) series, Celebrity Salon. She finished runner-up behind TV presenter, Alan Hughes.

In January 2012, she appeared in the third series of the Channel 4 show Celebrity Coach Trip, alongside fellow Big Brother alumna Nikki Grahame. The pair were given a red card on Day 3 of the series after clashes with older celebrities including Edwina Currie and Jean Broke-Smith. From December 2012, Horgan-Wallace became a regular guest on the Loaded TV chat show, Looser Women Live, a programme regularly hosted by her friend, the model and fellow reality TV star, Nicola McLean.

On 11 February 2015, she appeared as a claimant on the ITV daytime show Judge Rinder, in a case of unpaid debt against her fellow former BB7 contestant Michael Cheshire, winning her case.[19]

She appeared on the Channel 5 show Celebrity Botched Up Bodies on 6 October 2016, regarding trouble with dental veneers.[20] On 25 March 2017, she appeared as a contributor in the Channel 5 show When Celebrity Goes Horribly Wrong. On April 3, 2017 she was featured in the Channel 4 programme How’d You Get So Rich? presented by Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan, in which she discussed her acquisition of a property portfolio.

On November 12 2018, she appeared on Channel 4 show First Dates, where she was set up on a blind dinner date in the First Dates restaurant with Darren, a fellow Londoner. At the end of the show it was revealed the couple had yet to go on a second date.

On November 20 2018, she appeared in a feature within the Victoria Derbyshire show on BBC2 called Brexit Blind Dates, in which opposing voices in the Brexit debate meet for dinner. Horgan-Wallace, a supporter of Leave, debated the issue with Labour peer Professor The Lord Winston for Remain.

Starting in 2017, Horgan-Wallace became a regular guest on ITV morning show, Good Morning Britain, discussing issues of the day with other invited guests.

Bit on the Side incident[edit]

On 22 September 2015, Horgan-Wallace appeared as a panelist on the Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side after-show and got into a heated argument with fellow panelist, Farrah Abraham. The show was taken off air 10 minutes early after a “clash” between panellists. Abraham and Janice Dickinson were given police cautions.[21] Horgan-Wallace was to face trial on charges of common assault and criminal damage,[22] but according to the Daily Mirror, on 29 January 2016 the CPS dropped all charges.[23]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Rollin’ with the Nines 2006 Clubber Uncredited
Anuvahood 2011 Maria
What’s the Score? 2014 Herself Credited as “Aisleyne”
Serial Kaller 2014 Jasmine

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Network Notes
Big Brother 2006, 2015 Herself Channel 4/Channel 5 106 episodes
Big Brother’s Little Brother 2006-2010 Channel 4 10 episodes
Big Brother Uncut 2006 Network Ten 22 episodes
Big Brother’s Big Mouth 2006–2007 Channel 4 2 episodes
The Gadget Show 2006 Channel 5 1 episode
Test the Nation: The National IQ Test 2007 2007 RTÉ One TV special
Celebrity: Stars at Work 2007–2008 RED TV (Brit Hits) 3 episodes
The Most Annoying Couples We Love to Hate 2008 BBC Three TV special
Dead Set E4 2 episodes; cameo
Big Brother: A Decade in the Headlines 2009 TV documentary
Snog, Marry, Avoid? BBC Three 1 episode
Deadline ITV 3 episodes
Ultimate Big Brother 2010 Channel 4 2 episodes
Celebrity Salon 2011 TV3 6 episodes
Celebrity Coach Trip 2012 Channel 4 3 episodes
Come Again 2013 Loaded TV 2 episodes
Judge Rinder 2015 ITV Episode #2.28
Fired by Mum & Dad MTV Episode #1.1
Britain’s Flashiest Families Channel 5 Episode #2.2
Big Brother Countdown 4 episodes
Big Brother’s Bit on the Side 27 episodes
Celebrity Botched Up Bodies 2016 1 episode

Other work[edit]

In 2006, she had a small part in the film Rollin’ with the Nines.[24][25]

After Big Brother, Aisleyne made numerous personal appearances in nightclubs around the UK. She hosted a show for the online radio station, Invincible,[26] was a guest commentator on BBC’s Asian Network[27] and made several guest appearances on Choice FM’s Morning Vybe show.[10]

She worked as an agony aunt for More magazine[28] and wrote a weekly column for Reveal magazine covering Big Brother 8 as well as a daily blog on their website. She reprised this role for the programme’s ninth and tenth series.[29]

In September 2007, it was announced that she had taken control of her own career via her management company, Aisleyne Ltd, along with co-director Richard Skeels.

On 10 February 2008 Aisleyne released a fashion range named “Unique by Aisleyne”. She worked with the “high-end” fashion distributors Unique Collections Ltd, to design and produce the outfits. A complementary swimwear range was launched a few weeks later.[30]

It was announced on 24 April 2008, that Mainstream Publishing had bought the right to publish her autobiography, entitled Aisleyne: Surviving Guns, Gangs and Glamour.[31] This book was published on 7 May 2009. The launch party held on 6 May was attended by various celebrities, including Jodie Marsh, Charlie Brooker and Nate James.

On 24 and 27 March 2009, she co-hosted a radio show on SMUC Radio[32] with Eamonn McCrystal.

Horgan-Wallace plays the role of Maria in the British film comedy Anuvahood, which was released in the UK on 18 March 2011.

On 10 June 2011, she was a judge in the Miss Universe Ireland beauty contest in Dublin.[33]

Horgan-Wallace plays the character of Jasmine in the forthcoming low-budget British horror movie, Serial Kaller, which was filmed in April and May 2013.

In March 2014, she launched her own celebrity boot camp named Aisleyne’s Booty Camp,[34] based in a Country House near Grantham, Leicestershire.

In October 2016, Horgan-Wallace launched her own fitness app titled Aisleyne 7 Minute Workout, which was released on the Apple and Android Play Store platforms.[35]

Philanthropy[edit]

Horgan-Wallace is a patron of Brain Tumour UK[36] and acted as an ambassador for Club4Climate, an initiative based around parties in London’s West End and elsewhere that aimed to prevent climate change.[37][38] In 2007, she completed the London 10 kilometre run to raise money for Brain Tumour UK, and she completed the same event on 6 July 2008.

She has been involved with the NHS Stop Smoking campaign in association with Cancer Research UK,[39] and has given her support to No Smoking Day[40] each year since 2008. She also became involved in the “Put the Knives and Guns Down!” campaign encouraging teenagers to get off the streets and stop shootings and stabbings.

Faye Brookes

 

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Faye Brookes

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Faye Brookes
Born
Faye Alicia Barber

(1989-09-03) 3 September 1989 (age 29)

Occupation Actress
Years active 2011–present
Known for Kate Connor on Coronation Street
Partner(s) Gareth Gates (2012–2018)

Faye Alicia Brookes (born 3 September 1989) is an English actress known for playing Kate Connor in the long-running soap opera Coronation Street.[1]

Early life[edit]

Brookes was born on 3 September 1989 in Manchester, England.

She graduated from the Guildford School of Acting in 2009 after completing a Bachelor Arts degree in Musical Theatre and was awarded the Principal’s Choice Award.[2]

Career[edit]

Brookes has starred in theatre productions of Grease, Shrek and Legally Blonde. She is also a co-Principal at ‘Fates Academy’ where she and her boyfriend Gareth Gates teach children performing arts.

Coronation Street[edit]

In mid-2015, it was announced that the Connor family in Coronation Street was being extended. The family first appeared in the street in 2006 and have featured in many storylines. Brookes was cast as lesbian Kate Connor and after her on-screen brother Aidan Connor made his first appearance played by The X Factor winner Shayne Ward, Brookes first appeared as Kate in October 2015. She won best newcomer for her portrayal of Kate in January 2017 at the 22nd National Television Awards.

Filmography[edit]

Chloe Goodman

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Chloe Goodman
(born June 10, 1990) is a former ‘glamour’ model, and TV personality.[1]

Career[edit]

Goodman has been a Page 3 model. In a Channel 4 News debate about The Suns use of topless models she argued against Germaine Greer and Harriet Harman stating “Why should feminist women then tell other women how to live their lives? Women fought together to get the vote and so on and so forth, so why should women now be fighting each other, and tell each other what job roles to now take within the industry?”.[2]

She appeared on the first series of Ex on the Beach and starred in all 8 episodes. In 2015, she took part in the fifteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother, she was involved in a controversial incident leading to the removal of Jeremy Jackson. She is the first housemate of the season to be evicted, on Day 10.[3] She has also appeared on This Morning and Lorraine and was a participant in NHS in Crisis. Off the back of her appearance on Celebrity Big Brother she became the face of Lovehoney Lingerie.

In 2016, she returned to Ex on the Beach for its All Star series.[citation needed
]

Actress (1 credit)
 2014/I Plastic
Zara
Hide Hide Show Show Self (11 credits)
 2018 The Story of Reality TV (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Ex on the Beach, Series 1
 2017 When Reality TV Goes Horribly Wrong (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Reality TV Star
 2016 The Real Housewives of Cheshire (TV Series)
Herself

Plastic Fantastic (2016) … Herself
 2014-2016 Ex on the Beach (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #5.2 (2016) … Herself
Episode #5.1 (2016) … Herself
Episode #1.8 (2014) … Herself
Episode #1.7 (2014) … Herself
Episode #1.6 (2014) … Herself
 2015 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 6 February 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 27 January 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 19 January 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 16 January 2015 (2015) … Herself
Episode dated 15 January 2015 (2015) … Herself
 2015 Celebrity Big Brother (TV Series)
Herself

The Final (2015) … Herself
Day 10 (2015) … Herself
Shock Arrival (2015) … Herself
Day 8 (2015) … Herself
Day 7 (2015) … Herself
 2015 Lorraine (TV Series)
Herself – Celebrity Big Brother

Episode dated 3 February 2015 (2015) … Herself – Celebrity Big Brother
 2015 Channel 4 News (TV Series)
Herself – Former Page 3 Model

Episode dated 20 January 2015 (2015) … Herself – Former Page 3 Model
 2015 NHS in Crisis: The Live Debate (TV Movie)
Herself
 2015 This Morning (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 19 January 2015 (2015) … Herself

BIANCA GASCOIGNE

Bianca Gascoigne

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British glamour model and television personality
Bianca Gascoigne
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Gascoigne at a premiere for State of Play in April 2009
Born
Bianca Failes

(1986-10-28) 28 October 1986 (age 32)

Hertfordshire, England
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Eye color Blue

Bianca Gascoigne (born 28 October 1986)[1] is a British glamour model and television personality. She is the daughter of Sheryl Gascoigne, and adopted daughter of Paul Gascoigne, a former footballer. She has a brother Mason and a half-brother Regan Gascoigne. She came sixth in the nineteenth series of Channel 5 reality show Celebrity Big Brother.[2]

Modelling[edit]

In September 2006, Gascoigne appeared on the front cover of Loaded. In January 2007 she was on the cover of Nuts. In August 2008, she appeared on the cover of Zoo Weekly. She has also been featured in Maxim, FHM and numerous tabloid newspapers.[3]

TV career[edit]

In 2006, Gascoigne won ITV’s reality TV show Love Island, which was set in Fiji.[4]

In July 2008, she competed against glamour model Danielle Lloyd on the TV show Gladiators, in a celebrity special,[5] which she went on to win, supporting a charity for domestic violence.

Gascoigne also presented Big Brother’s Big Mouth from 15 to 18 July 2008,[3] and appeared in an episode of the BBC Three reality programme Snog Marry Avoid? where she also performed a rap to POD.[6][7]

In 2010, she took part in Celebrity Coach Trip with her friend Imogen Thomas.[8]

In 2012, Gascoigne auditioned for the ninth series of The X Factor where she sang Mary J. Blige‘s “I’m Goin’ Down” but failed to make it to bootcamp as the judges claimed that there were already some “excellent” performers in her category and described her voice as being “mediocre”.[9]

In 2017, she appeared on Celebrity Big Brother 19 making it to the final on Day 32 and placing sixth.[2
]

Actress (1 credit)
  Billy (announced)

Self (26 credits)
 2018 Good Morning Britain (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 14 August 2018 (2018) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 27 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Guest
 2017 When Reality TV Goes Horribly Wrong (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Reality TV Star
 2017 Loose Women (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #21.114 (2017) … Herself
 2017 Celebrity Big Brother (TV Series)
Herself

Day 26 (2017) … Herself
Day 25 (2017) … Herself
Live Eviction: Part 2 (2017) … Herself
Live Eviction: Part 1 (2017) … Herself
Live Eviction (2017) … Herself
 2013 This Week (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 3 October 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2013 Being Paul Gascoigne (TV Special documentary)
Herself
 2013 Looser Women Live (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 10 April 2013 (2013) … Herself
Episode dated 24 March 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2012 The X Factor (TV Series)
Herself – Auditionee

Auditions 6 (2012) … Herself – Auditionee
 2012 Celebrity Five Go To… (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #3.5 (2012) … Herself
Episode #3.4 (2012) … Herself
Episode #3.3 (2012) … Herself
Episode #3.2 (2012) … Herself
Episode #3.1 (2012) … Herself
 2011 Come Dine with Me (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
Episode dated 29 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
Episode dated 28 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
Episode dated 27 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
Episode dated 26 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2011 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.13 (2011) … Herself
 2010 I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (TV Series)
Herself

Coming Out (2010) … Herself
 2010 I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! NOW! (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #10.13 (2010) … Herself
 2010 Celebrity Coach Trip (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Salzburg (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Linz (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Passau (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Regensburg (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Pilzen (2010) … Herself – Contestant
 2010 Snog Marry Avoid? (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #3.4 (2010) … Herself
 2009 The Noughties… Was That It? (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2009 Xposé (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #4.34 (2009) … Herself
Episode #4.33 (2009) … Herself
 2009 Celebrity Juice (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.1 (2009) … Herself
 2009 Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #9.1 (2009) … Herself
 2009 Cutting Edge (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Surviving Gazza (2009) … Herself
 2009 This Morning (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 5 January 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2008 The Podge and Rodge Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #4.1 (2008) … Herself
 2008 CelebAir (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.1 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Gladiators (TV Series)
Herself – Contender

Celebrity Special (2008) … Herself – Contender
 2006-2007 The Xtra Factor (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #4.1 (2007) … Herself
The Aftermath (2006) … Herself
 2006 Celebrity Love Island (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.23 (2006) … Herself
Episode #2.22 (2006) … Herself
Episode #2.8 (2006) … Herself
Episode #2.1 (2006) … Herself

 

EMILY BARCLAY

Emily Barclay was born on October 24, 1984 in Plymouth, Devon, England. She is an actress, known for In My Father’s Den (2004), Suburban Mayhem (2006) and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (2010).
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Actress (27 credits)
 2017 Sisters (TV Series)
Kasey

Episode #1.7 (2017) … Kasey
Episode #1.6 (2017) … Kasey
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Kasey
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Kasey
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Kasey
 2015-2017 Glitch (TV Series)
Sarah Hayes

The Letter (2017) … Sarah Hayes
The Walking Wounded (2017) … Sarah Hayes
A Duty of Care (2017) … Sarah Hayes
All Too Human (2017) … Sarah Hayes
Two Truths (2017) … Sarah Hayes
 2017 Offspring (TV Series)
Georgie Sanz

Episode #7.9 (2017) … Georgie Sanz
Episode #7.4 (2017) … Georgie Sanz
 2017/II Ellipsis
Viv
 2015-2016 Please Like Me (TV Series)
Ella

Souvlaki (2016) … Ella
Burrito Bowl (2016) … Ella
Beluga Caviar (2016) … Ella
Porridge (2016) … Ella
Babaganoush (2016) … Ella
 2016 The Light Between Oceans
Gwen Potts
 2012 Mr. Pip
Australian teacher
 2011 Weekender
Claire
 2011 Love Birds
Brenda
 2010 Lou
Rhia
 2010 Lowdown (TV Series)
Abi Hart

Hart of Darkness (2010) … Abi Hart
 2010/II Zero (Short)
Girl
 2009 Prime Mover
Melissa / Calendar Girl
 2009 Piece of My Heart (TV Movie)
Young Flora
 2006 Suburban Mayhem
Katrina Skinner
 2006 The Silence (TV Movie)
Evelyn Hutchison
 2005 Cockle (Short)
Jane
 2005 Kidnapped (TV Movie)
Maddy
 2004 In My Father’s Den
Celia Steimer
 2004 Deceit (TV Movie)
Katie McCarthy
 2003 Spin Doctors (TV Series)
Tiffany

Episode #4.2 (2003) … Tiffany
 2003 Terror Peak (TV Movie)
Melanie Fraser
 2001 Mercy Peak (TV Series)
Hayley Borden

Her Secret Passion (2001) … Hayley Borden
 2001 No One Can Hear You
Amy Burchall
 1999 A Twist in the Tale (TV Series)
Alison Bradley

A Ghost of Our Own (1999) … Alison Bradley
The Duellists (1999) … Alison Bradley
 1992 Shortland Street (TV Series)
Kelly McKinley (1998)

Charlotte Crosby

Charlotte Crosby

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Charlotte Crosby
Born
Charlotte-Letitia Crosby

(1990-05-16) 16 May 1990 (age 28)

Sunderland, England
Occupation Television personality
Years active 2011–present
Television Geordie Shore (2011–16)
Celebrity Big Brother (2013)
Just Tattoo of Us (2017–)
The Charlotte Show (2018-)
Website Official website

Charlotte-Letitia Crosby (born 16 May 1990) is an English reality television personality from Sunderland, known primarily for appearing in the MTV reality series Geordie Shore.[1] She also won Celebrity Big Brother series twelve in 2013.

Early life

Crosby was born in Sunderland and educated at St Anthony’s Girls’ School where she completed A levels. Originally considering studying criminology at university, she successfully auditioned and was cast to appear in the Tyne and Wear based reality TV show, Geordie Shore.[2]

Media career

Geordie Shore

Charlotte was an original cast member of MTV‘s reality show Geordie Shore, which she had starred in since 2011.[3] She featured in twelve series of the show. She became known for an on/off relationship with fellow cast member Gaz Beadle.[4] She announced her departure from the show via Twitter in June 2016.

Other television and media

In November 2012, alongside her Geordie Shore cast members, Crosby guest appeared in the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards where they presented the award for Best Male, which Justin Bieber won.[5] In February 2013, Crosby appeared on The Sarah Millican Television Programme alongside her Geordie Shore cast members Gary Beadle, James Tindale and Holly Hagan.[6]

On 23 August 2013, Crosby began appearing in the twelfth series of Celebrity Big Brother On 13 September, she won the series beating runner-up Abz Love.[7]

In 2013, Charlotte hosted the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards. Crosby is a regular panellist on This Morning, panel for the fashion strand ‘Rate or Slate’ and also has regularly appeared on the panel for ITV Shows, Britain’s Got More Talent, Xtra Factor and Celebrity Juice. In January 2014, it was confirmed that Crosby would have her own reality series on TLC where she will spend time in different extreme cultures and to live with some of the world’s unique communities. “I am bursting with excitement about my new show with TLC. I literally want to run around shouting about it from the rooftops!”[8] The series is called The Charlotte Crosby Experience.[9]

In early January 2015, MTV UK announced that Crosby was set to star in the second series of reality show Ex on the Beach. The series premiered later that month on 27 January. Charlotte joined the cast in the villa in the series fifth episode, appearing as an ex of fellow Geordie Shore cast member Gary Beadle.[10][11]

Charlotte occasionally hosts MTV News and also had a regular column in Star Magazine. On 19 September 2015, Crosby and her home appeared on comedy panel game show Through the Keyhole. Charlotte has also appeared on programmes such as “Staying In”, Fake Reaction, “Most Shocking Celebrity Moments”, 50 Funniest Moments, Utterly Outrageous Moments.

Crosby’s autobiography, ME ME ME, was published in July 2015.[12] The book topped the Sunday Times bestseller list.[13] On 4 August 2015, Crosby appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Innuendo Bingo.[14]

Crosby had her own programme on Chart Show TV called ‘Charlotte Crosby’s Propa Mint Party’ where she played a collection of her favourite music videos. Crosby is a contributor to the Channel 4 documentary show, ‘A Granny’s Guide to the Modern World‘. She offers insight on life as a celebrity to the older generation.[15] In August 2016, Crosby narrated of Channel 5 documentary-reality series Tattoo Disasters U.K. In August 2016 she announced that she will appear in new E4 dating show Celebs Go Dating, a show that gave non-celebrities the chance to date celebrities. The series ran from the end of August until the middle of September 2016.[16] In October 2016, Crosby appeared on Celebrity Storage Hunters UK as a buyer in Season 1. Later that month, Crosby appeared on Tipping Point: Lucky Stars with comedian Jimmy Carr[17] and boxing legend David Haye, where they competed in the hope of winning £20,000 for charity.

In December 2016, Crosby was the star of “MTV Asks Charlotte Crosby” set in her newly-bought mansion in the North East of England. Later that month she made a guest appearance on the Christmas special of In Bed with Jamie on E4, which was also set in her home. On Christmas Day 2016, Crosby made her radio hosting debut on Heat Radio where she co-presented an afternoon show with Lucie Cave.

From 27 February to 3 March 2017, Crosby was a stand-in presenter on the Capital North East breakfast show whilst the regular hosts took a week off. She reprised this role in February 2018, June 2018 and September 2018. In June 2017, Crosby published her second autobiography Brand New Me. In contrast to her first book it was published in a diary format. The book became a Sunday Times bestseller, the second of Crosby’s books to peak at number 1.[18][19]

In 2018, it was confirmed Crosby would star in her own fly on the wall reality series to be broadcast on MTV. The series, titled The Charlotte Show, premiered on Wednesday 28 March 2018.[20] In July 2018, it was confirmed that The Charlotte Show had been renewed for a second seasom, following the success of the first.[21]

Fitness DVDs and books

On 26 December 2014, Crosby released her first fitness DVD entitled “Charlotte’s 3 Minute Belly Blitz” to an overwhelming success.[22] The workout DVD featured Richard Callendar of ITV‘s The Biggest Loser fame and weight loss expert David Souter. It quickly becomes the UK’s fastest selling fitness DVD as it shifted 101,000 copies in its first four weeks on sale and overtook 2008s “Dirty Dancing’s Official Dance Workout”, which sold 77,000 copies in the same time period. 3 Minute Belly Blitz topped the official sports and fitness chart upon release and also knocked off Disney’s Frozen off the top of the Official DVD charts. Within a month it became the sixth best-selling Fitness DVD of the decade.[23] At the end of 2015 it was the 31st biggest selling DVD of the year.[24] Since its release it has continually remained at the top ends of the Sports & Fitness DVD charts.[25]

The following year on 26 December 2015, Crosby released her second Fitness DVD entitled, “Charlotte’s 3 Minute Bum Blitz”. The object of the DVD is to get a ‘more peachy bum’.[26] It uses the same trainers as 3 Minute Belly Blitz.

In April 2016, Crosby publish her first health and fitness book and her second overall book to date, Live Fast, Lose Weight: Fat to Fit. The book features Charlotte’s tips and tricks on keeping fit and 80 recipes for a healthy lifestyle.[27]

In January 2018, Crosby published her second health and fitness book entitled 30 Day Blitz. She promoted the book with a series of signings throughout the UK.[28][29]

Nostalgia

In 2014, Crosby launched her fashion line titled Nostalgia, in association with British online fashion retailer ‘In The Style’.[30] Nostalgia contains women’s clothing such as T-shirts, dresses, jumpsuits and playsuits. In early 2016, Crosby expanded by launching her first swimwear collection for Nostalgia. She undertook a photoshoot in Australia, where she also filmed the online and TV advertisement.

Personal life

From December 2015 to April 2016, Crosby and Gaz Beadle started a relationship outside of filming Geordie Shore. This came to an end following Crosby’s ectopic pregnancy. Crosby had life-saving surgery at St John and Elizabeth hospital in London which involved the removal of her left Fallopian tube. At this same time, Beadle had been unfaithful to her in Thailand whilst filming Ex on the Beach, leading to the end in their relationship.[31][32][33]

Filmography

Year Title Role Note
2011–16 Geordie Shore Herself Cast member
2013 Celebrity Big Brother Housemate (Winner) (series 12)
2014 The Charlotte Crosby Experience Presenter
2015 Ex on the Beach Gary Beadle’s ex (series 2)
2016 Charlotte Crosby’s Propa Mint Party Presenter
Tattoo Disasters UK Narrator/Presenter
Celebs Go Dating
Celebrity Storage Hunters UK Main Buyer
MTV Asks Charlotte Crosby
2017- present Just Tattoo of Us Presenter
2017 Drunk History UK Issac Newton’s Mother Acting role
Celeb Ghost Hunt Live Herself One-off special
2017–present Single AF Narrator/Presenter
2018–present The Charlotte Show Reality series

Guest appearances

CHARLOTTE VEGA

Charlotte Vega was born in Madrid, to a British mother and Spanish/British father. After ten months, they moved to Barcelona, where Charlotte grew up. Her multicultural background has enabled her to speak both English and Spanish as a native and work in both languages from the early stages of her career. She is known for her leading role as ‘…
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Actress (15 credits)
 2018 Love Beats (post-production)
Alicia
 2017 Danielle (Short)
Danielle
 2017 The Bookshop
Kattie
 2017 Proyecto tiempo
Eva (segment ‘Brainstart’)
 2017 The Lodgers
Rachel
 2017 American Assassin
Katrina
 2017 Provenance
Sophia
 2016 Lo que escondían sus ojos (TV Mini-Series)
Carmen Díez de Rivera

El mundo en nuestra contra (2016) … Carmen Díez de Rivera
Un secreto a voces (2016) … Carmen Díez de Rivera (credit only)
A corazón abierto (2016) … Carmen Díez de Rivera (credit only)
Dos mundos opuestos (2016) … Carmen Díez de Rivera
 2015 Velvet (TV Series)
Lucía Márquez

¿Vivan los novios? (2015) … Lucía Márquez
Vientos de cambio (2015) … Lucía Márquez
Y la vida sigue… (2015) … Lucía Márquez
En vilo (2015) … Lucía Márquez
A un océano de distancia (2015) … Lucía Márquez
 2014-2015 The Refugees (TV Series)
Sofía

Un nuevo inicio (2015) … Sofía
Sara (2015) … Sofía
La verdad (2015) … Sofía
Solos (2015) … Sofía
Sacrificio (2015) … Sofía
 2014 The Misfits Club
Valeria
 2013-2014 El secreto de Puente Viejo (TV Series)
Rita Aranda

Episode #1.752 (2014) … Rita Aranda
Episode #1.749 (2014) … Rita Aranda
Episode #1.743 (2014) … Rita Aranda
Episode #1.739 (2014) … Rita Aranda
Episode #1.732 (2014) … Rita Aranda
 2013 Another Me
Monica Meldrum
 2013 Los inocentes
Eva
 2012 [REC] 3: Genesis
Dama de Honor 2

NATALIE AMENULA

Natalie Amenula was born on March 6, 1985 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico as Natalie Ivelisse Amenula. She is an actress, known for Hamlet 2 (2008), Dirty Girl (2010) and Switched at Birth (2011).
Actress (13 credits)
 2019 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Wolf Tattoo

Episode #5.3 (2019) … Wolf Tattoo
 2016 Love Sanchez
Marisol Garcia
 2012-2014 Switched at Birth (TV Series)
Monica

Love Among the Ruins (2014) … Monica
Protect Me from What I Want (2012) … Monica
Las Dos Fridas (2012) … Monica
 2013 The Bridge (TV Series)
Cristina Fuentes

Maria of the Desert (2013) … Cristina Fuentes
Calaca (2013) … Cristina Fuentes
Pilot (2013) … Cristina Fuentes
 2010 Dirty Girl
Benita
 2008 Crash (TV Series)
Blanca

Three Men and a Bebe (2008) … Blanca
 2008 Cory in the House (TV Series)
Saruza Zamuti

Peace, Love and Misunderstanding (2008) … Saruza Zamuti
 2008 Hamlet 2
Yolanda
 2007 Heroes (TV Series)
Healer’s Daugher

Chapter Two ‘Lizards’ (2007) … Healer’s Daugher
 2006 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Michele Vasquez

All for One (2006) … Michele Vasquez
 2006 The Virgin of Juarez
Mexican Girl
 2006 The Shield (TV Series)
Magdalena

Jailbait (2006) … Magdalena
 2003 The Brothers Garcia (TV Series)
Christina Contreras

It Was Fun While It Lasted (2003) … Christina Contreras
Right Place, Right Time (2003) … Christina Contreras
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2008 Breakin’ Down ‘Cory in the House’ (Video documentary short)
Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2008 Cory in the House: Newt & Improved Edition (Video)
Saruza Zamuti

DEBORAH THEAKER

 

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Deb was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan but spent her formative years in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan (potash capital of the world) where her father served as the mayor and local mortician. She graduated from the University of Saskatchewan and relocated to Toronto where she became a member of Second City’s resident Company.During her years onstage …
Actress (77 credits)
 2016 Lady Dynamite (TV Series)
Sheri

White Trash (2016) … Sheri
 2016 2 Broke Girls (TV Series)
Audra

And the Pity Party Bus (2016) … Audra
 2014 Benched (TV Series)
Ruth

 2013 The Funtime Gang (TV Movie)
Karen Bigsby
 2013 Husbands (TV Series)
Margot

I Do Over (2013) … Margot
 2012 Hi, Lillian (Short)
Sissy
 2012 Mayfly (Short)
Theresa
 2012 The Immigrant (Short)
Jackie Chandler
 2011/I Let Go
Friendly Bank Teller
 2011 Mangus!
Raquel Spedgewick
 2010/I Gerald
Mother
 2010 Summer Eleven
Cheryl
 2010 Dirty Girl
Mrs. Hatcher
 2010 Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town (TV Mini-Series)
Teacher

The Stages of Grief (2010) … Teacher (as Deb Theaker)
 2009 Lushes (Short)
Mandanna
 2008 All the Comforts (TV Series)
Brenda
 2008 Over Her Dead Body
Mary
 2007 Halfway Home (TV Series)
Cosmetics Manager

Halfway Working (2007) … Cosmetics Manager
 2007 Entourage (TV Series)
Dr. Marcus’ Receptionist

Manic Monday (2007) … Dr. Marcus’ Receptionist
 2007 Jesus People (Short)
Brenda-Ray Horton
 2007 In Case of Emergency (TV Series)
Sharon

Happy Endings (2007) … Sharon
 2007 Bones (TV Series)
Jackie Burrows

The Boneless Bride in the River (2007) … Jackie Burrows
 2006 For Your Consideration
Liz Fenneman
 2006 Fat Girls
Judy
 2006 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)
Rhoda

There Is No Other Way (2006) … Rhoda
 2005 Yes, Dear (TV Series)
Joanne

Marital Aid (2005) … Joanne
 2005 Stephen’s Life (TV Movie)
Debbie Silver
 2005 Hopeless Pictures (TV Series)
Barbara (voice)
 2005 Cruel But Necessary
Nurse
 2005 Joey (TV Series)
Lorraine

Joey and the Break-up (2005) … Lorraine
 2005 Stargate SG-1 (TV Series)
Charlene Spencer

Citizen Joe (2005) … Charlene Spencer
 2004 The Wake-up Caller (Short)
Martha
 2004 Reno 911! (TV Series)
Psychic

Not Without My Mustache (2004) … Psychic
 2003 Joan of Arcadia (TV Series)
Mrs. Marx

Pilot (2003) … Mrs. Marx
 2003 A Mighty Wind
Naomi Steinbloom
 2002 The Burbs (TV Movie)
Sissy
 2002 The Third Wheel
Nancy
 2002 Six Feet Under (TV Series)
Tour Guide

Driving Mr. Mossback (2002) … Tour Guide
 2002 Run Ronnie Run
Mrs. Robinson (uncredited)
 2001 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Mrs. Mattingly

Imbroglio (2001) … Mrs. Mattingly
 2001 Rat Race
Lucy
 2001 Gilmore Girls (TV Series)
Mrs. Caldicott

Concert Interruptus (2001) … Mrs. Caldicott
 2000 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)
Debbie the Caterer

AAMCO (2000) … Debbie the Caterer
 2000 The Drew Carey Show (TV Series)
Susan

Be Drew to Your School (2000) … Susan (uncredited)
 2000 Best in Show
Winky’s Party Guest
 1999 The Man Show (TV Series)
Connie the Craft Lady

The Woman Show (1999) … Connie the Craft Lady
 1999 The Chimp Channel (TV Series)
Old Rose (voice)
 1999 Dill Scallion
Natalie Juggs (Mama)
 1998 Desperation Boulevard
Casting Lady
 1998 DiResta (TV Series)
Tourist

Public Enema No. 1 (1998) … Tourist
 1997 Ellen (TV Series)
Maura

Just Coffee? (1997) … Maura (uncredited)
 1997 Hayseed
Judy, Psychic hairdresser
 1997 Mad About You (TV Series)
Judy Kaufman

The Cockatoo (1997) … Judy Kaufman
 1997 Temporarily Yours (TV Series)
Lynn

Pilot (1997) … Lynn
 1996 Shooting Lily
Lynda
 1996 Townies (TV Series)
Lydia

Adventures of Rebound Girl (1996) … Lydia
 1996 Waiting for Guffman
Gwen Fabin-Blunt – Councilwoman
 1996 The Home Court (TV Series)
Doctor

Dog Day Afternoon (1996) … Doctor
 1995 Howie Mandel’s Sunny Skies (TV Series)
Various

Episode #1.10 (1995) … Various
Episode #1.5 (1995) … Various
 1995 Harrison Bergeron (TV Movie)
Jane Starbuck
 1995 Double Rush (TV Series)
Producer

Snowings and Goings (1995) … Producer
 1995 Forever Knight (TV Series)
Daphne Malloch

Beyond the Law (1995) … Daphne Malloch
 1994 In the Mouth of Madness
Municipal Woman
 1994 Dan Redican Comedy Hour (TV Movie)
Various
 1994 Take Another Look (TV Movie)
Health Addict
 1990-1993 Maniac Mansion (TV Series)
Casey Edison

Uncle Harry Ain’t Feeling So Good (1993) … Casey Edison
It Ain’t Over ‘Til Uncle Joe Sings (1993) … Casey Edison
Love Letters (1993) … Casey Edison
Idella’s New Career (1993) … Casey Edison
Freddie Had a Little Lamb (1993) … Casey Edison
 1990 The Kids in the Hall (TV Series)
Double Date Girl

Episode #1.20 (1990) … Double Date Girl
 1989 War of the Worlds (TV Series)
Saleslady

Unto Us a Child Is Born (1989) … Saleslady
 1988-1989 A.L.F. (TV Series)
Madame Pokipsi

Skipper’s Got a Brand New Dad (1989) … Madame Pokipsi (voice, as Debra Theaker)
Housesitting for Pokipsi (1988) … Madame Pokipsi (voice, as Debra Theaker)
The Slugs of Wrath (1988) … Madame Pokipsi (voice, as Debra Theaker)
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places (1988) … Madame Pokipsi (voice, as Debra Theaker)
He Ain’t Seafood, He’s My Brother (1988) … Madame Pokipsi (voice, as Debra Theaker)
 1988 A New Life
Shirley
 1988 ALF Tales (TV Series)
Madame Pokipsi (1988-1990) (voice)
 1987 Pet Peeves (TV Series)
Multiple characters (1986)
 1987 Seeing Things (TV Series)
Marsha (House-Buyer)

The Naked Eye (1987) … Marsha (House-Buyer)