Stuart Baggs's Biography
Stuart Baggs was a 21-year-old telecoms entrepreneur living in the Isle of Man when he entered The Apprentice series 6.
Born in Plymouth, Stuart Baggs, in 2010, became The Apprentice's youngest ever candidate.
He studied at Ramsey Grammar School.
He grew up above the pub of his parents Rosemary and Stephen Baggs in the Isle of Man.
Stuart Baggs launched his own telecommunications company at the age of 18.
He had started Bluewave Communications when he was just 13, but launched it as a limited company on his 18th birthday. The company distributes SIM cards in the Isle of Man.
In his audition for The Apprentice, Stuart Baggs said that his drive was to succeed to his maximum and then use some of that success to help others.
In the first episode of The Apprentice, Stuart Baggs was brought back into the boardroom but escaped being fired, nevertheless Lord Sugar branded him 'a handful'.
Stuart Baggs got all the way through to the penultimate stage of The Apprentice, but ended up fifth.
In 2012, Stuart Baggs and another former Apprentice candidate, Raef Bjayou, appeared in The Celebrity Wedding Planner on Channel Five.
Stuart Baggs was found dead at his home in Douglas on 30 July 2015, aged just 27. He died of an asthma attack.
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