Ruth Higham

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Ruth Higham
Born Ruth Higham
1978 (age 38–39)

Ruth Higham (born 1978) is a former Page 3 girl from Harwood near Bolton, England. She has modelled for the Daily Star and The Sun since 1998.

Early life[edit]

She attended the C of E Canon Slade CE High School in Bradshaw,[1] which Sara Cox also attended. She became a beauty consultant for Max Factor.

Modelling[edit]

She was a Page 3 model from 1998 until around 2004. She first appeared on Page 3 of The Sun on April 17, 2000 and appeared in the paper 30 times. From 2002-6, she was the model for Aintree-produced Big D peanuts; this caused a 35% increase in sales in 2003.[2] She was also associated with a testicular cancer awareness campaign under the slogan "Say nuts to cancer".[3] In April 2005, she starred in a television advert for BT with Jeremy Clarkson. She has also appeared in adverts for PS2 and Solpadeine. In 1999, she appeared in a web-based 'soap opera' called Launderama for detergent manufacturer ACDO in Bolton, where she played the part of Glo White in a tour of UK universities.[4] She also appeared in a short drama series on the former channel Granada Breeze called 4Play, where she played the role of a TV presenter based in Manchester. In February 2003, she appeared with two other models on Blind Date, being the first candidate to be rejected.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Rejection for Ruth". This is Lancashire. 3 February 2003. 
  2. ^ "Giving nuts some glamour". BBC News. 27 January 2003. 
  3. ^ Jessica Nesbitt (25 July 2003). "CAMPAIGN: Charity PR - BigD Nuts PR tackles male cancer issue". PR Week. 
  4. ^ "Glamorous Ruth stops the traffic with her glowing looks!". Bury Times. 24 February 1999. 

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