Amanda Protheroe-Thomas



Amanda has interviewed many high profile celebrities, including Richard Branson, Jay-Z, Matthew Perry, Cindy Crawford, Roberto Carlos and Frank Bruno.

Sport has played a big part in her life (a qualified football coach) – she was the anchor presenter on a European football programme for 7 years reporting from some of Europe’s most impressive stadium’s as well as in studio, fronted a British football series for 2 years, pitch side reporter for Legend/Celebrity matches and has also worked for a couple of significant Football teams.

Amanda has been a courtside reporter for NBA games hosted in the UK as well as covering British Basketball. She also worked on the Rugby World Cup in 2007, Boxing championships in 2008 and been a health and fitness expert on a live magazine programme to date.

She has travelled globally as an anchor on various holiday programmes for 6 years and her appetite for adventure led her to host a series on extreme sports that gave Amanda a chance to experience adrenalin fuelled activities such as wing walking, rap jumping, coasteering, parachuting amongst others.

With a love for creatures both great and small the opportunity to present a natural history series was another dream job – studying grizzly bears, great white sharks, crocodiles, koalas, turtles all over the world in their natural habitat. Amanda also had a job as a wild stingray handler in Cayman Islands.

Amanda has a passion for property development and has successfully completed her own renovation projects. Through hosting a popular property series, Hot Houses, which received a BAFTA award for ‘Best new programme’ in its first year, Amanda has become a well known and respected figure in the construction industry presenting Building awards and conferences. The show, covered all aspects of buying, selling, renovating, investing and interior design, as well as finding homes for viewers.

No challenge too great, Amanda conquered Kilimanjaro and is ready for her next adventure…

Represented by Leigh-Ann Regan and Geraint Hardy