Tamara Beckwith's career includes writing, presenting, acting, whilst running several businesses, and acting as an Ambassador to several luxury brands.
Tamara co-owns The Little Black Gallery - London's boutique photography gallery. She is also 'New Business Director' of events company GSP.
Tamara's radio and television career include presenting for The Big Breakfast (CH4), MTV, VH-1, Exclusive (FIVE), Watchdog (BBC1), This Morning (ITV1), and was a team captain opposite Chris Moyles on Mel and Sue's ITV1 comedy show The Casting Couch. She has appeared on numerous TV shows including Dancing on Ice (ITV1), Come Dine With Me (CH4), Celeb Detox (FIVE), Celebrities Under Pressure (ITV1), So You Think You Can Teach (FIVE) and Celebrity Grimebusters (ITV1). Tamara was one of the dealers on Channel 4's popular TV series Four Rooms. She is currently starring as one of the contestants (Channel 4). Tamara has also been a presenter on both Liberty Radio and Talk Radio.
Tamara is currently a contributing editor to Hello Magazine. Previously Tamara was the LA Correspondent for OK Magazine, and a columnist for Harpers Bazaar Australia and LA Confidential. She has also written columns for Esquire, Sunday Express, News of the World, Looks, Ahlan Dubai, and Total Style, and contributed to Marie Claire, Tatler, Elle and the Evening Standard.
Tamara has fronted many TV advertising campaigns in her career including Heineken and Kentucky Fried Chicken, and modelled for Charles Worthington, Shi Cashmere, Freemans, Peter Golding, NEXT, Anna Molinari, Evisu, Abe Hamilton, Scott Henshall, Gai Mattiolo and many others.
Tamara is currently an Ambassador for luxury brands Vicedomini, Alberto Morretti and Wolford.
Tamara's acting credits include performing Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues with Anita Dobson and Mina Anwar in Manchester, and with Su Pollard and Jenny Jules in Dartford, High Wycombe and Canterbury. She played Lady Margaret Marchmont in Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband alongside Prunella Scales, Robert Hardy, and James Wilby; a cameo in Ardal O'Hanlon's Big Bad World on ITV; and in the short-film Tunnel Of Love - in which she played the lead lady opposite Ed Tudor-Pole. The film was the only British short-film to win entry to the highly prestigious Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival. Tamara also appeared in the Puff Daddy video 'Victory' with Danny De Vito, Dennis Hopper and Oliver Stone, directed by Marcus Nispel
Tamara lives in London with her husband and young children, Violet & Vero.
Her eldest daughter, Anouska is a fine arts photographer and lives in Paris.