|Real Name:||Abi Titmuss|
|Birth Day:||February 8, 1976|
|Birth Place:||Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom|
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Titmuss graduated from City University in St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1998. She completed a nursing diploma, because she "was interested in becoming a doctor, but hadn't taken A level Chemistry" and became a staff nurse at London's University College Hospital.
Titmuss first came to public attention as the girlfriend of TV presenter John Leslie whom she met in a Fulham bar on 10 April 1999. In 2017, she married Days of Our Lives co-star Ari Welkom.
Titmuss was hired as a roving reporter on the Channel 4 programme Richard & Judy, in late 2003, and stated at the time that the job was "an absolute dream come true". She lost her job in January 2004 following allegations of group sex with her boyfriend John Leslie. A sex tape from four years earlier emerged, in which she had been privately filmed having sex with Leslie and aspiring female model Aisha Abubakar. The footage was downloaded without permission from a private computer and made public by "conman" Jason Onabowale, subsequently convicted to serve 18 years in jail for four counts of rape.
She appeared on Hell's Kitchen in 2004 and in 2005, Titmuss appeared on Channel 4's The Friday Night Project as a regular guest, in Abi Titmuss: A Modern Day Morality Tale, a fly-on-the-wall documentary for Channel 4 and on ITV1's Celebrity Love Island.
In December 2004, Titmuss appeared on the front cover of FHM again, with Swedish model Victoria Silvstedt, "marking," as she wrote, "the first time a girl was on the FHM cover twice in one year". In 2004 and 2005, she made a total of 38 front-page appearances on British men's magazines, such as FHM, Nuts, Zoo Weekly, Loaded, GQ and Maxim. She also appeared in the Sunday Times Style section and in glamour pictures in several tabloid newspapers, including The Sun, News of the World, Daily Mirror, The People and Daily Star.
In 2005, Titmuss was ranked seventh by readers in FHM's list of 100 Sexiest Women in the World. She started writing a regular sex advice column for the magazine the same year. In 2005, Titmuss appeared in a high fashion shoot in Pop magazine, which commented on her status as the "face of 21st century celebrity".
In 2005, Titmuss produced a book, co-written with Jayne Lockwood, called Ten Fantasies, in which she reveals her "ten most secret sexual fantasies." She stated that she did not want her mother to read it.
In March 2006, Titmuss made her London theatre acting début, playing a prostitute with a multiple personality disorder in Two Way Mirror by Arthur Miller, at the Courtyard Theatre in King's Cross, for which she won a Fringe Report Award for Best West End Début.
In 2006, Titmuss had a small role in the film Goal! 2 and in 2007 appeared in the second series premiere of Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive, which aired on BBC Three and as a character called Gezebelle in an episode of Katy Brand's Big Ass Show, a sketch comedy series for ITV2.
After taking a break from modelling, Titmuss relaunched her glamour career in 2007, this time as a brunette, with an appearance on the cover of Zoo Weekly and the sale of the official "Abi Titmuss Calendar".
After announcing in late 2007 that she would take a break from her glamour modelling career to concentrate on acting, Titmuss returned with a Nuts shoot in April 2009 to promote one more calendar.
She has been cast in small roles in the British independent films Do Elephants Pray? and Mixed Up. In 2008, she played the "Mysterious Girl" in the Beat 24 Films independent feature film Frontman.
Titmuss started playing poker "seriously" around 2001. In 2008, Titmuss played in the charity, side-event "Ante Up For Africa" of the World Series of Poker, in Las Vegas. Ladbrokes Poker started sponsoring her in 2005, when she appeared in the first Ladbrokes Poker European Ladies Championship.
On 24 July 2008, her memoir, titled The Secret Diaries of Abigail Titmuss, on which she collaborated with Heat journalist Lucie Cave, was published by Headline Review. It is written in the form of a diary and is a day-to-day summary of her life for the past six years. It includes an indepth look into the trial of Titmuss' then boyfriend, John Leslie, at the time when he had been accused of rape, her rise to fame and how she dealt with the tabloids invading her life.
In 2009, Titmuss was cast in the 25th anniversary production of John Godber's play Up 'n' Under at the newly refurbished Hull Truck Theatre, Hull. Titmuss played Hazel, the fitness instructor, starring alongside James Crossley (formerly the "Hunter" in Gladiator) and soap actor Lewis Linford ("Lee Naylor" in Emmerdale). She also had a part in the BBC TV series Hotel Babylon, playing a nun.
In January 2015, Titmuss announced that she had changed her name to Abigail Evelyn, in the context of her relocation to Hollywood, California, and her attempts to establish a new career as an actress.
Currently, Abigail Titmuss is 47 years, 1 months and 24 days old. Abigail Titmuss will celebrate 48th birthday on a Thursday 8th of February 2024.
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