21 Facts About Lisa Snowdon


Lisa Snowdon was born on Lisa Snawdon, 23 January 1972 and is an English television and radio presenter and fashion model.


Lisa Snowdon was the host of the Living TV reality television show Britain's Next Top Model from 2006 until 2009.


Lisa Snowdon co-presented Capital Breakfast on Capital London from August 2008 until 18 December 2015.


Lisa Snowdon gained a scholarship to the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, where her classmates included Naomi Campbell.


Lisa Snowdon started working with renowned photographers and became one of Britain's top fashion models.


Lisa Snowdon is best known for her beauty commercials and high-fashion cover and spread modelling, including cover shots for Later, Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle; she was the face for Gucci.


Lisa Snowdon later appeared in advertisements for Mercedes-Benz, Dove soap, and Kelloggs Special K, and was the face of campaigns for Neutrogena and After Eight mint straws, the Taxiwise safety campaign and numerous catalogues.


Lisa Snowdon's first presenting role was on MTV UK's MTV Select.


Lisa Snowdon took over the role from Lisa Butcher as the "supermodel" judge and host on Britain's Next Top Model.


Lisa Snowdon left the show to concentrate on her radio show and was replaced by Elle Macpherson as of season six.


Lisa Snowdon had a starring role in Channel 4's short film Man's Best Friend.


Lisa Snowdon had a cameo role in Channel 4 programme, Plus One.


In 2014, Lisa Snowdon co-hosted Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose with Steve Jones.


In November 2016, Lisa Snowdon was confirmed as a contestant for the sixteenth series of I'm a Celebrity.


Lisa Snowdon was voted off as the second celebrity to leave the jungle coming in second last place to her camp-mate Danny Baker.


In September 2022, Lisa Snowdon was crowned winner of the seventeenth series of Celebrity Masterchef.


Lisa Snowdon took part in the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing on the BBC paired with former champion Brendan Cole.


Lisa Snowdon was given the nickname 'Eggy' on the show by colleague Dave Berry after her penchant for boiled eggs and the smell they gave off in the studio.


In 2005, Lisa Snowdon became an ambassador for the Breast Cancer Care charity.


In 2008, Lisa Snowdon participated in a celebrity edition of The Apprentice as part of the BBC's biennial Sport Relief event.


In November 2010, after turning on the Bond Street Christmas Lights, Lisa Snowdon was rushed to hospital and diagnosed with viral meningitis.