Amanda Byram Bio, Wiki
Amanda Byram is a former model and an Irish television presenter best known for co-presenting BBC One game show Total Wipeout with Richard Hammond, the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars on RTE1, and for hosting American television shows, The Swan and Paradise Hotel. Previously a model, she began her career on television in 1999 presenting the TV3 morning show Ireland AM with Mark Cagney.
Amanda Byram Age
Byram was born on June 16, 1973, in Dublin, Ireland.
Amanda Byram Husband
She is married to her husband, Julian Okines who works as a creative content producer. In December 2015, they announced their engagement, and they got married in April 2016. The two had been in a relationship since April 2014.
While working as a presenter on the TV3 morning show Ireland AM with Mark Cagney, she met her then-boyfriend, comedian Patrick Kielty. This was before she moved to the United States. While residing in Fulham, South-west London, she was engaged to former rugby union player Craig McMullen. However, she announced in January 2012 that she had split from him.
Amanda Son – New Baby
She gave birth to their son named Phoenix Blaze Byram Okines in November 2021. She took to Instagram on Friday, November 26, 2021, to reveal the news alongside a lengthy caption about their fertility journey having kept the pregnancy secret.
She wrote: ‘And then there was you. I’m so overjoyed, full of love, and bursting with happiness to be able to share with you that @julianokines and I have welcomed our incredible son, Phoenix Blaze Byram Okines into the big wide, wonderful world… “
Amanda Byram Family
She is the daughter of Denny Byram, and her mother Betty Byram. She has a sister known as Natasha Byram.
Amanda Byram Height
She stands at a listed height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.7 meters) tall.
Amanda Byram BBC
After a while, she started appearing on British television, first as a host on The Big Breakfast on Channel 4 in 2001 and subsequently featured as a guest host on Liquid News on BBC Three in 2002. She also presented the UK edition of Entertainment Tonight, which aired on Sky One.
After relocating to the United States, she stayed in Los Angeles. Several TV hosting roles followed including the reality television series Paradise Hotel, in 2003 and 2008. In 2007 she co-hosted, along with Dennis Miller, the Game Show Network programme Grand Slam, a US version of the British quiz format. She has also worked on The Swan, a beauty show following 3 unattractive women who turn their life around by having an extreme makeover. She also appeared as a special guest on Anonymous in 2009.
She hosted the Meteor Music Awards at the RDS, Dublin on March 17, 2009, and was featured on The Cafe on 30 January to publicize her selection. She has co-hosted the British gameshow Total Wipeout alongside Richard Hammond, from 3 January 2009. After 5 series and 1 Winter series, the final episode was aired on December 31, 2012. She also regularly co-hosted Something for the Weekend with Tim Lovejoy, standing in for Louise Redknapp, as well as standing in for Lovejoy on its replacement series, Sunday Brunch. In 2010, she appeared in one episode of Supersize vs Superskinny, helping Anna Richardson get the perfect body. On August 6, 2010, she hosted This Morning with Paddy McGuinness.
Byram was a guest on the first episode of the BBC One panel game Ask Rhod Gilbert. On January 8, 2011, she was cast in an episode of BBC One show The Magicians. As the celebrity on the losing team, she had to endure the forfeit trick at the end of the episode, being sawn in half by a 36-inch diameter buzz saw without any boxes covering her body. Byram hosted a new TV show for Sky 1 HD, called Don’t Stop Me Now, in 2012. The first episode aired on 18 March 2012. On 31 May 2013, she hosted This Morning with Jake Humphrey. In November 2016, it was reported and later confirmed that Byram would host the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars alongside Nicky Byrne. The series started in January 2017 on RTÉ One and is based on the format of the original British TV series Strictly Come Dancing.
Miss World pageant in 2003
Byram hosted the Miss World pageant in 2003 and briefly appeared in David Hewlett’s 2006 film A Dog’s Breakfast. In January and February 2011 she presented selected Strictly Come Dancing Live! shows across different locations. Kate Thornton presented the shows that Byram missed. Byram was rumored to be playing ‘Mumsie’ in the possible ITV remake of The Crystal Maze. She also appeared in the music video for Joe Dolan and Dustin Turkey’s song “Good Looking Woman”, in 1997.
Her annual salary is estimated to range between $ 100,000 – $ 500,000.
Amanda Byram Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.