Amanda de Cadenet
|Amanda de Cadenet|
19 May 1972 |
|Spouse(s)||John Taylor (m. 1991–97) (divorced; 1 child)
Nick Valensi (m. 2006) (2 children)
Amanda de Cadenet (born 19 May 1972) is a British photographer and former actress.
De Cadenet is the daughter of Anna and racing car driver Alain de Cadenet. She began her career as a co-presenter for The Word, a late-night Channel 4 magazine show. She also co-hosted The Big Breakfast.
Her first marriage was in 1991 to Duran Duran bassist John Taylor with whom she had a daughter, Atlanta. The following year, de Cadenet moved from the U.K. to Los Angeles. The marriage lasted until 1997.
Upon arrival in L.A., de Cadenet embarked upon a short film career, appearing in Four Rooms by independent film maker Allison Anders, Fall, and Brokedown Palace. Her career then turned to photography. She worked for magazines such as Spin,[not in citation given] Jane and Harper’s Bazaar, among others. In 2005, she published a book entitled Rare Birds. Her other celebrity popular culture subjects have included Drew Barrymore, Sofia Coppola, Demi Moore, Olivia Wilde, Mary J. Blige, Keanu Reeves, Beck Hansen, and the members of The Strokes.
In 2011, it was announced that de Cadenet will be the host of a new television interview series called The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet, airing on the Lifetime Channel, with Demi Moore as a co-executive producer. On the show, de Cadenet has interviewed guests such as Lady Gaga, Portia de Rossi, Rita Wilson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Zoe Saldaña and Jane Fonda.
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