Childs in 2014
Amy Andrea Childs
7 June 1990
|Television||The Only Way Is Essex (2010–2011)|
It's All About Amy (2011–2012)
Celebrity Big Brother (2011)
The Jump (2014)
Amy Andrea Childs (born 14 June 1990) is an English television personality, businesswoman and model. She appeared in the first two series of the ITV2 reality series The Only Way Is Essex, and then starred in her own reality series It's All About Amy from 2011 to 2012. Childs came in fourth place in the Channel 5 series Celebrity Big Brother 8 in 2011. In 2014, she participated in the Channel 4 series The Jump.
Childs was born in Barking, but relocated to Brentwood, Essex. She attended Raphael Independent School where she claims to have been Head Girl. She left the school with four GCSE qualifications.
Childs rose to fame in 2010 after appearing in the ITV2 reality series The Only Way Is Essex. She later signed to Can Associates management agency. As a model, she has posed for the fashion magazine Vogue. Childs put her name to a ghost-written column for New! magazine, and presented a regular fashion segment on the ITV series This Morning. In July 2011, she was named Personality of the Year at the National Reality TV Awards.
From December 2011 to January 2012, Childs starred in her own reality series, titled It's All About Amy, broadcast on Channel 5. The series was cancelled after one series due to low ratings. In February 2012, Childs competed in an episode of Let's Dance for Sport Relief alongside cousin Harry Derbidge. She later participated in a celebrity special of The Bank Job on Channel 4 in March 2012.
|2010–2011||The Only Way is Essex||Series regular; 24 episodes & Christmas special|
|2011||Celebrity Big Brother||Housemate; fourth place|
|2011–2012||It's All About Amy||Main role|
|2011–2013||Big Brother's Bit on the Side||Panelist; 22 episodes|
|2014||The Jump||11th Place|
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- "It's All About Amy axed by Channel 5".[permanent dead link]
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