Laura hamilton net worth


Laura hamilton net worth $4 million. Laura Jane Hamilton is an English television presenter, property expert and entrepreneur. She began her career on children’s television, presenting shows such as Fun Song Factory and on Nickelodeon. She participated in series six of Dancing on Ice in 2011, finishing in second place.

Laura hamilton net worth
Laura hamilton net worth

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Laura hamilton Biography

First Name Laura
Name Laura Hamilton
Complete Family Name Laura Hamilton
Date of Birth 24 April 1982
Birth Day 24 April
Birth Years 1982
Birth Place Kent, [1]
Birth City Kent
Birth Country English
Nationality/Country English
Race Being Updated
Ethnicity Being Updated
Sun sign, Horoscope, Zodiac Sign Gemini
Famous As Journalist
Also Known for Journalist
Occupation Journalist
Years active 2004–present
Started Career In 2004

Laura hamilton net worth

Net Worth $4 million
Profession Television presenter, Property expert
Height 1.73m
Age 39 years

Laura hamilton Husband

Laura Hamilton is married to his longtime boyfriend Alex Goward, they had their wedding in 2012. It was announced on Twitter that Hamilton had given birth to a baby boy called Rocco Goward on 13 November 2013. She announced the birth of her second child, a daughter named Tahlia Goward, on 8 May 2015. Laura, her husband Alex Goward, and her children live in a private house in Surrey. Also Read Julianne Hough Net Worth

Parent Cynthia and Keith Gill
Children 2
Father Michael Grylls
Mother Rosemary Virginia Anna Cumpston
Siblings Coky Giedroyc,Philip Parham,
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Brother Being Updated


Laura got her first breakthrough in the famous pre-school show Fun Song Factory. She worked on that show for two and half years until the show ended in 2006. In 2006 she appeared in the films Dead Man’s Cards. Moreover, in the same year, she became the female face of kids’ TV channel Nickelodeon. In 2007, she appeared in the movie Magicians. Later on, in the next year, Laura started guest presenting on GMTV’s Toonattik. In 2009, she co-hosted the UK version of Staraoke on Boomerang. In 2011 she participated in ITV1’s flagship show, Dancing on Ice, and finished in second place. Furthermore, in 2011 she quit her job with Nickelodeon to move away from children’s television and started working as a guest judge on the Channel 5 show Real Food Family Cook Off. In 2012 she appeared as a participant in Series 11 of The Real Hustle and even became the show’s winner. In the same year, she appeared on Celebrity Eggheads.Her show Beat my Build was aired on Channel 4 in 2013. In 2014, she participated in the first series of The Jump. However, she left the show on day five due to losing the ski jump-off.


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