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Jamie East

Jamie Alexander East
Born James East
March 27, 1974 (1974-03-27) (age 41)
Nationality British
Occupation Television Presenter
Known for Big Brother's Bit On The Side, Thronecast

Jamie East is an English television presenter and singer-songwriter. He lives in Surrey and is married with four children. He was the lead singer of the band The Beekeepers who were signed to Beggars Banquet in the late 90s. They reformed in 2011 for a series of gigs and continue to gig and write to this day.

He was the creator of entertainment website Holy Moly and ran it until 2012, when he sold it to UK Television Producers Endemol.[1]

He began his TV career presenting Big Brother spin-off show Big Brother's Bit on the Side alongside Emma Willis and Alice Levine from the show's revival on Channel 5 in 2011 until the first celebrity edition of 2013 and has since appeared on numerous talking head shows as a pundit.

In 2014 he became the presenter of Thronecast, the Game of Thrones fan show on Sky Atlantic, alongside comedian Rachel Parris.[2]


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External links

  • Jamie East on Twitter
  • Holy Moly!
  • Thronecast
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