George Lamb's Biography
Who is George Lamb?George Lamb's father is the actor Larry Lamb, whose credits include Gavin & Stacey and EastEnders.
Like Zezi Ifore, George Lamb has presented on E4 Music and Freshly Squeezed but George and Zezi had not worked together before BBLB.In 2008 the BBC announced that George Lamb would return to present Celebrity Scissorhands once more.
In 2009 George Lamb presented Celebrity Big Brother's Little Brother on his own.In 2010 George Lamb became the co-presenter with Emma Willis of Big Brother's Little Brother.
As well as his work on E4 and T4, George Lamb has hosted Make My Body Younger, The Restaurant: You're Fried and Celebrity Scissorhands, all on BBC Three.
George Lamb has DJ-ed on radio. George Lamb started at BBC 6 Music in April 2007 and six months later took over the mid-morning show from Gideon Coe.
An online petition started protesting against Lamb's show on 6 Music, but this was soon followed by a campaign to keep Lamb, and he also won the Sony DAB 'Rising Star' Award.
In November 2009 it was announced that George Lamb was to move from his weekday slot to a weekend slot between 7am and 10am on BBC 6 Music, however, in May 2010, it was announced that he would be leaving the radio station.
Before his career on TV and radio, George Lamb managed bands including Audio Bullys and Lily Allen.
George Lamb told Channel Four:
"I managed her [Lily Allen] for two years (2003/4) while I was managing another band called Audio Bullys and unfortunately all the A&R men in London seemed to be deaf for the six months we were hawking around eight of the 11 tracks that were on that record, Smile included. After about the tenth knock back we said this isn't really working and a friend of mine who runs Remedy Productions asked if I'd like to come in and have a bash at presenting so I went and did that. My friend Adrian then managed Lily and they put the stuff on myspace and it went from there."
Regarding his reading habits, George Lamb told The Guardian:
"I also try and read development books such as The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle because I find the whole area fascinating - the way the mind works and the fact that we can make our lives to be exactly as we want them."
In August 2008, George Lamb, Abbey Clancy and Michelle de Swarte hosted a series called The Fashion Show on ITV2.
In June 2011, it was announced that George Lamb was joining TalkSport to present a 9pm weekend show.
In 2012, George Lamb hosted Channel 4's The Bank Job.
In 2017, he hosted Channel Five's In Solitary: The Anti-Social Experiment.
In the same year, together with his father he hosted Britain by Bike with Larry and George Lamb on Channel Five.
His other credits include narrating the Channel Five series Fights! Camera! Action!
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