Charlie Frederick

Love Island 2018

Model and avid gym-goer Charlie Frederick is best known for being a contestant on ITV2’s reality TV series Love Island in 2018, and his estranged affiliation with fellow Love Island contestant Hayley Hughes. Born and raised in Plymouth, he built a career in the modelling industry before taking part on ITV2’s show and developed an impressive social media following even before he featured on Love Island.

Having grown up in Plymouth, Charlie moved to London in 2015 to build on his modelling career and portfolio. He slowly started to grow a following on his Instagram, where he would post many of his successful shoots. Charlie also got the chance to take part in Men’s London Fashion Week, modelling for the catwalk. After the success of his first catwalk, Charlie then featured on various magazine front covers, such as the Gay Times.

He was unfortunate in finding love on the reality tv show Love Island, however since leaving the villa, Charlie has gone on to appear at numerous events and feature on popular daytime TV shows, such as Lorraine, Good Morning Britain and This Morning. Thus really increasing his recognizability and popularity with the public. Currently, he has over a quarter of a million followers on Instagram. His modelling career has grown to an impressive standard, having been signed by Nevs Models, J’adore Models and M4 Models, and modelling for massive clothing and sports brands such as Adidas and Levi.

Charlie is known to be honest and upfront, along with being incredibly dedicated to his fitness and physique. He is always trying to push himself to achieve more. Charlie is certain to keep audience’s attention with his good looks and charm, as well as his humorous personality and interesting stories will entertain any crowd.

To book Charlie Frederick to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

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