George Lamb is a radio and television presenter, he was awarded a Sony DAB Rising Star award in 2008 with his BBC 6 Music show. He has also fronted some of Britain's most loved shows from Big Brother's Little Brothers and Celebrity Scissor Hands. Alongside his radio and television work George has co-founded a line of menswear and has built a brand new generation of radio platform called Radio Wolfgang.
Radio DJ and television host, George Lamb is one of the UK's most popular presenters, and fronted the Big Brother spin-off, Big Brother, Little Brother.
As a radio DJ George has fronted the Radio 6 Music show for which he was honoured by the public with the distinguished Sony Rising Star Award.
In 2012 he became the new host of E4’s Big Brother spin-off, Big Brother’s Little Brother, which was broadcast 6 days a week throughout the summer. He also presented Celebrity Scissorhands for Children In Need, and The Restaurant: You’re Fried! on BBC3.
George also fronted a BBC3 documentary Can I Get High Legally?, which scored the highest annual ratings for the channel in the 9pm slot. He also hosted his second series of the successful Make My Body Younger for BBC3, a show designed to help the public stay healthy.
2008 saw George presenting The Fashion Show, a weekly series on high-street style, make-overs, celebrity interviews and fashion tips for ITV2. In 2010 George and his father, actor Larry Lamb, took part in the ITV 2 series Parent Trip, where they lived with a tribe in Namibia and immersed themselves in a completely different culture.
George has interviewed the biggest names in music and film, and before he became a regular TV face, he was a successful band manager, who discovered success stories such as Lily Allen.