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Amanda Lamb

  • Amanda Lamb

    Amanda Lamb

    Amanda Lamb was born on the 19th July 1972 in Portsmouth, Hampshire she is an English television presenter and former model.

    In 1994 she took over the role of the “Scottish Widow” in a long-running series of advertisements for the investment company, Scottish Widows Fund and Life Assurance Society. Amanda was once asked by David Bailey to glide across the screen wearing roller skates in a scene which never made it to the final cut. Amanda’s final advert and her favourite was called “The Lighthouse”, this contract lasted ten years
    In 2008 Amanda was picked by Ortak to model their autumn jewellery collection.

    In 2001, Amanda became the main presenter of the Channel 4 programme “A Place in the Sun.” She also presented “Hot Shots”, an Epson funded programme shown on Discovery Real Time on digital photography which was notable as being the last television appearance of photographer Patrick Lichfield.

    She competed in the reality television show “The Games” in March 2006. Amanda then returned to filming “A Place in the Sun,” in which she still appears.
    She currently co-hosts the cookery programme “Market Kitchen” (on Good Food) and regularly appears on “The Wright Stuff” (FIVE)
    Amanda’s recent appearances include: GMTV competitions, Angela and Friends, Countdown and Sky News, reviewing the papers with Eamonn Holmes.

    Amanda was married but she divorced in 2003. She later traded in her engagement ring for an art deco diamond ring designed by famous jeweller to the Queen, Harry Collins.
    In 2007, Amanda bought herself an apartment in the medieval town of Nardò in Apulia province, southern Italy.
    Amanda is engaged to Cameraman Sean McGuinness. In February 2009, Amanda gave birth to a girl, Willow Rose.

    Date of birth 19 July 1972
    Place of birth Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
    Height 5 ft 11.5 in (1.82 m)
    Hair colour brown
    Eye colour Green
    Measurements 34B[2]-26-36
    Dress size 10-12 (UK); 36-38 (EU); 6-8 (US)