Laura Hamilton Net Worth

Television Presenter

Laura Hamilton’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Laura Hamilton was born on 24 April, 1982 in Greenwich, United Kingdom, is an English television presenter. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Laura Hamilton’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Television presenter
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 24 April 1982
Birthday 24 April
Birthplace Greenwich, United Kingdom
Nationality British

What is Laura Hamilton’s net worth?

Laura Hamilton’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Laura Hamilton is 39 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Hamilton presented the revived series of Fort Boyard for CITV, now called Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge, which also aired on Disney XD in the USA. She co-hosted alongside American actor, Geno Segers in series 1 & 2 and former Blue Peter presenter, Andy Akinwolere from series 3 to 5. The show was not renewed for a 6th series in 2015.


Her show Beat my Build aired on Channel 4 in November 2013. In 2014, she participated in the first series of The Jump and left the competition on day 5, after narrowly losing the ski jump-off against Donal MacIntyre.

She occasionally presents outside broadcasts and viewer competitions including ITV’s weekday breakfast programme, Daybreak. Hamilton regularly writes for A Place in the Sun magazine and also reviews hotels for national publications. At the end of June 2013, she joined Hello Magazine as a ‘Celebrity Blogger’.


On 24 March 2012, Hamilton appeared on Winter Wipeout’s first celebrity special. She failed to progress to the “Wipeout Zone” final, after being eliminated in 4th place at the ‘Winter Blunderland’ stage. On 13 December 2012, Hamilton appeared on Celebrity Eggheads alongside Alistair Appleton, Simon O’Brien, Ed Hall and Angus Purden in the “house and home experts” team.

Hamilton grew up in Dartford, Kent and now lives in Surrey with her husband Alex Goward whom she married on 22 September 2012. A keen skier and snowboarder, she also enjoys travelling and going to the theatre. She has visited many countries around the world including India, North Africa, Cuba, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia, Fiji, Iceland and parts of America. Hamilton has been developing properties since the age of 19 when she completed her first project which was entirely self funded. It was announced on Twitter that Laura had given birth to a baby boy called Rocco on 13 November 2013. She announced the birth of her second child, a daughter named Tahlia, on 8 May 2015.


In early 2011, amongst a few others, she was in discussions with Simon Cowell to present The Xtra Factor that year. She decided to quit her job with Nickelodeon to move away from children’s television.

On 4 October 2011, Hamilton appeared on the Channel 5 show Real Food Family Cook Off as a guest judge alongside chef Ainsley Harriott. On 17 February 2012, Hamilton appeared in Series 11 of The Real Hustle, as a participant.

On 24 August 2011, it was announced in Hello Magazine that Hamilton would be joining the team of Channel 4’s award-winning show, A Place in the Sun. Her first episode aired on 6 February 2012.

Hamilton took part and came second place in the 2011 series of popular ITV show Dancing on Ice with Canadian professional Colin Ratushniak. They were top of the leaderboard four times during the competition; Qualifier 1 with a score of 19.5 out of 30, week 4 with a score of 25.5 out of 30, week 5 with a score of 25.5 out of 30 and week 7 with a score of 28.5 out of 30/57.0 out of 60.

They were only the fourth couple in Dancing on Ice history to achieve a perfect score of 30.0 out of 30.0 when they performed their favourite routine to “I’m So Excited” in the Final. They came second place overall. She also took part in Dancing on Ice: The Tour 2011 along with Ratushniak.


On 18 December 2010, Hamilton was revealed as one of the 16 celebrities to participate in ITV1’s flagship show, Dancing on Ice in 2011.


In March 2008, Hamilton started guest presenting on GMTV’s Toonattik. She was involved in the Endemol-produced The Bratz Design Academy in late 2008 where children got to become fashion designers and design a dress that she wore to an awards ceremony. In 2009, Hamilton co-hosted the UK version of Staraoke on Boomerang with Nigel Clarke.


Her first break in front of the camera came as ‘Melody’ in the popular pre-school show Fun Song Factory for CITV, which she played for two and a half years until the show ended in 2006. She had appeared alongside Aston Merrygold from JLS on Fun Song Factory. She also appeared in the films Dead Man’s Cards in 2006 and Magicians in 2007. She was also the face of Citibank for their European campaign.

In 2006, Hamilton became the female face of kids’ TV channel Nickelodeon, and has presented Nickheads, Slime Across the UK in summer 2007, and ME:TV (LIVE) for the channel. She has also presented the Nickelodeon UK Kids’ Choice Awards, with McFly in 2007, and Dannii Minogue in 2008.


Laura Hamilton (born 24 April 1982) is an English television presenter. She participated in series six of Dancing on Ice in 2011, finishing in second place. Since February 2012, Hamilton has been a presenter on Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun and also co-presented Cowboy Builders & Bodge Jobs for Channel 5 in 2015.

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