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Laura Hamilton is an English TV presenter and property expert. Laura was second in Dancing on Ice’s sixth series in 2011. Laura Hamilton, a presenter on Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun since February 2012, has also presented Cowboy Builders & Bodge Jobs for Channel 5 in 2015.
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Laura Hamilton was 39 years old when she was born in Dartford (Kent), United Kingdom. She is the daughter Ian Hamilton and Lynn Hamilton. After earning her A-Levels from Dartford Grammar School, she declined an offer to study psychology and law at university. She was offered a contract for one year at Channel 4 television as a runner for Dermot o’Leary. After her contract was up, she left Channel 4 and became an assistant floor manager on productions like Top of the Pops and The Buckingham Palace Jubilee Celebrations.
Hamilton went on to become a 2nd/3rd assistant director on television shows like Family Affairs, The Bill and films such as Stardust and Harry Potter. Before making her TV debut, Hamilton worked as an assistant behind the camera for four more years. She has worked as an assistant for broadcasters and production companies like ITV, Channel 5, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network before becoming a TV star.
She enjoys skiing and snowboarding, and she also loves to travel and go to the theatre. She has traveled to many countries, including India, Cuba and Thailand, Hong Kong as well as Australia, Fiji, Iceland, Fiji, Fiji, Australia, Fiji and other parts of America. Hamilton began developing properties at the age of 19, when she was able to complete her first project, which was completely self-funded.
Laura Hamilton’s first appearance in front of the camera was as ‘Melody” in Fun Song Factory, a pre-school program for CITV. She played the role for two and a quarter years until it ended in 2006. Aston Merrygold, JLS’s Fun Song Factory star, had also appeared with her. She was also featured in Dead Man’s Cards (2006) and Magicians (2007). Citibank’s European campaign featured her as their face.
In 2006, Hamilton was made the Nickelodeon UK’s female face. She has presented Nick heads and Slime Across Britain in summer 2007. ME: TV (LIVE), for the channel. She also presented the Nickelodeon UK Kids’ Choice Awards in 2007 with McFly and Dannii Minogue 2008.
Hamilton began guest-presenting on GMTV’s Toonattik in March 2008. Endemol produced The Bratz Fashion Academy, where children could become fashion designers. She designed a dress she wore to an award ceremony. Hamilton hosted the UK’s Staraoke on Boomerang in 2009 with Nigel Clarke.
Hamilton was announced as one of 16 celebrities who will be taking part in ITV1’s flagship program, Dancing on Ice.
She was among a group of people who met with Simon Cowell in early 2011 to discuss the possibility of presenting The Xtra Factor. To move away from children’s TV, she quit her Nickelodeon job.
Laura Hamilton was a guest judge on Channel 5’s Real Food Family Cook-Off. Hamilton was a participant in Series 11 on The Real Hustle.
Hamilton was featured on Winter Wipeout’s first celebrity special, 24 March 2012. After being eliminated at the Winter Blunderland stage, Hamilton did not make it to the “Wipeout zone” final. Hamilton was on Celebrity Eggheads 13/12/12, along with Alistair Appleton and Simon O’Brien. She also joined Ed Hall, Ed Hall, and Angus Purden as the “house and house experts” team.
Laura Hamilton’s Beat my Build was aired on Channel 4 November 2013. She was a participant in The Jump’s first series, but she left on Day 5 after narrowly losing against Donal MacIntyre the ski jump-off.
Laura Hamilton hosted Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge for CITV. It was also aired on Disney XD. From series 3 to 5, she co-hosted with American actor Geno Segers and ex-Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere. In 2015, the show was cancelled.
Hello Magazine announced that Hamilton was joining the team for Channel 4’s award-winning series, A Place in the Sun. Hamilton’s first episode aired 6 February 2012.
She sometimes presents outside broadcasts or viewer competitions, including ITV’s Weekday Breakfast Programme Daybreak. Hamilton writes regularly for A Place in the Sun magazine, and reviews hotels for national publications. She joined Hello Magazine in June 2013 as a celebrity blogger.
Dancing on Ice
Laura Hamilton participated and finished second in the 2011 series on Dancing on Ice, which was hosted by Canadian professional Colin Ratushniak. They were at the top of the leaderboard for four consecutive weeks: Qualifier 1 was a total of 19.5 points, week 4 had 25.5 points, week 5 had 25.5 and week 7 had 28.5/57.0/60.
Hamilton was the team captain for the “team challenge” week 7. Hamilton’s group was judged to have performed better than the other. Therefore, Hamilton and Ratushniak scored 57.0 points out of 60.
They were the fourth couple to ever achieve a perfect score (30.0 out of 300.0) when they performed their favorite routine, “I’m so Excited”, in the Final. They finished second overall. Along with Ratushniak, she also participated in Dancing on Ice: The Tour 2011.
Laura Hamilton serves as an ambassador for WellChild and the Children’s Trust in Tadworth. She is also a supporter of When you Wish Upon a Star.
Laura Hamilton married Alex Goward, his long-term boyfriend. They had their wedding in 2012. On 13 November 2013, Hamilton gave birth to Rocco Goward, a baby boy. This was announced via Twitter. On 8 May 2015, she announced the birth her second child, Tahlia Goward. Laura and Alex Goward, her husband, live with their children in Surrey.
Laura Hamilton net worth
What is Laura Hamilton’s net worth? Laura Hamilton’s net worth is approximately $4 million. Her main source income comes from her work as a television presenter and property expert. Hamilton’s successful career has allowed her to enjoy luxurious lifestyles and fancy cars. She is one of Britain’s most influential and wealthy television presenters.