Tahlia Goward is the second child of Laura Hamilton and Alex Goward. She is famous for being the daughter of Laura Hamilton who is an English television presenter, property expert and entrepreneur. She began her career on children’s television, presenting shows such as Fun Song Factory and Nickelodeon.
She participated in series six of Dancing on Ice in 2011, finishing in second place. Since February 2012, Hamilton has been a presenter of Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun and also co-presented Cowboy Builders & Bodge Jobs for Channel 5 in 2015.
Tahlia Goward was born on May 8, 2015 (age 7 years) in London, United Kingdom. Her mother Laura was born and raised up in Dartford, Kent, United Kingdom. After gaining A-Levels at Dartford Grammar School for Girls, she turned down an offer to study law and psychology at university for a one-year contract at Channel 4 television, as a runner for Dermot O’Leary.
Her father Alex Goward was born in the United Kingdom and is a broker. However, Laura Hamilton left Channel 4 after her contract ended and worked as an Assistant Floor Manager on productions including Top of the Pops, The Buckingham Palace Jubilee Celebrations, The Games, T4, Party in the Park, Robbie Williams at Knebworth and Big Brother.
She went on to work as a 2nd/3rd Assistant Director on TV shows including Family Affairs, The Bill, and films including Harry Potter and Stardust. She worked behind the camera for four years in assistant roles before making her on-screen TV debut.
Laura Hamilton has also worked for production companies and broadcasters including ITV, Channel 5, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Disney XD. Hamilton is an ambassador for the charities WellChild and the Children’s Trust, Tadworth. She also supports When you Wish Upon a Star.
Tahlia Goward lives in Surrey with his parents and elder brother Rocco Goward. Her mother is a keen skier and snowboarder, she also enjoys travelling and going to the theatre. She has visited many countries around the world including India, Cuba, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia, Fiji, Iceland and parts of America.
Goward has been developing properties since the age of 19 when she completed her first project which was entirely self-funded.