Glamourous and devoted TV presenter and actress who knows how to flaunt it!
Amanda Holden played the role of Sarah Trevanion in Wild at Heart and the title role in Thoroughly Modern Millie, for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award.
Britain’s Got Talent
Following the success of America’s Got Talent the previous year, it was announced that Britain’s Got Talent would air in June 2007 with Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan (who had also judged America’s Got Talent) and Amanda as judges. Ant & Dec were announced as presenters, with Stephen Mulhern as the presenter of ITV2 spin-off series Britain’s Got More Talent.
Other TV Credits
Holden’s other TV credits include three series of the comedy Kiss Me Kate with Caroline Quentin and Chris Langham, three series of the ITV’s The Grimleys, Celeb with Harry Enfield, BBC series Hearts and Bones with Damian Lewis, the Jonathan Creek episode “The Problem at Gallowes Gate” and a Boxing Day special Marple opposite Geraldine McEwan and John Hannah. She also co-starred with Bill Nighy and Tom Courtenay in Ready When You Are, Mr McGill, Jack Rosenthal’s comedy drama.
Since 2009, Holden has co-presented A Night of Heroes: The Sun Military Awards annually on ITV with Phillip Schofield. In January 2010, she presented her own three-part series on ITV, Amanda Holden’s Fantasy Lives.
In 2010, Holden co-presented The Door with Chris Tarrant. The show featured six celebrities passing through a series of doors and taking on a number of tough challenges. The last star standing claimed a cash prize for their chosen charity.
In 2012, Holden presented talent show Superstar on ITV. On 24 March 2014, she hosted an episode of the Channel 4 show Dispatches about the treatment for stillbirths and miscarriages.
In 1996, Amanda Holden played Pamela in Intimate Relations. In 1999, she appeared as a shoe shop assistant in Virtual Sexuality. In 2014, Holden voiced a character in the film Pudsey: The Movie.