Amanda Holden

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Amanda Holden

Born

2/16/1971, Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, England, UK

Birth Name

Amanda Louise Holden

Gender

Female
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8.0
out of 10
User Rating
16 votes

Biography

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Amanda Holden has a daughter called Lexi Florence Louise Hughes.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Perfect for being a host.

    9.5
    Amanda Holden is perfect for being the host of Britains Got Talent, and she has lots of sad moments, and she loves to cry. I think Amanda and Simon Cowell are a nice couple, (I hope they are). You can see there where Amanda kissed Simon's cheek for Auditions, she really has crush on him. Just like to say to Amanda keep up the good work on Britains Got Talent, and good job at being a host. I hope you continue with the relaity show and your television progress and keep on moving forward. -A review from There Goes Halo3.moreless
  • Expression, movement and sincerity epitomize her performance. Amanda lives her performance with a subtlety that eludes others. Her talent categorizes her as one of the actors who cross the boundary into greatness and oblige the industry to ensure she fremoreless

    8.8
    Expression, movement and sincerity epitomize her performance. Amanda lives her performance with a subtlety that eludes others. Her talent categorizes her as one of the actors who cross the boundary into greatness and oblige the industry to ensure she frequently graces our screens.



    When we look for greatness in a performer, we look for the performer who looks into ourselves. Those rare performers strike a cord in the story telling that brings out our own creativity as if we were the reader of a novel. Amanda achieves this with a unique talent that leaves us remembering the story as a greater theme from which it began. Her secret is the integrity with which she characterises her part. This level of talent for story telling through performance must be given to us, the audience, as often as casting for success is performed.

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