Famous for his appearance on E4’s popular television series Made In Chelsea, Ollie Locke is a renowned British reality star as well as a social media influencer. His extensive experience within the television and media industry has allowed him exposure to a variety of large audiences, who now look up to the influencer as he establishes a strong social following online. With his follower count hitting the millions, Ollie continues to expand his influence throughout the digital world as well as on our television screens.
With Made in Chelsea marking his television debut, the star has since continued his television career after departing from the show in 2013. Over the years, he has appeared on multiple British television shows including Fake Reaction, 8 Out of 10 Cats and the hit reality show, Big Brother. He has also made guest appearances on nationally renowned talk shows with Alan Carr and Jonathan Ross, as well as presenting a one-off Valentine’s Day special episode of ITV2’s Love Fix, interviewing the public about romance, sex and love. His hosting experience expands to his participation in the online show The Fox Problem by BBC Radio 1, where he interviewed popular celebrity icons like Mel C, Paloma Faith and Richard Branson.
Aside from his television and presenting career, Ollie has become a respected author and released his own autobiography. Sharing intimate and entertaining stories of his personal life in Laid in Chelsea, the book was immediately well-received by the public, retaining its position at number 3 of The Sunday Times Best Seller list for eight weeks. Reviews state that Ollie exposes his personal experiences ‘from developing his first crush, dire first encounters, terrible dates to true love - as well as offering his unique advice on how to stay sane in the crazy world of love.’ His open and honest relationship with his followers has enabled the celebrity influencer to maintain his popularity with the public as he takes on further projects.
Contributing his support to vital charitable causes, Ollie has worked alongside the likes of Dom Joly, Thom Evans and boyband sensation Aston Merrygold in Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer show. Alongside this, Locke founded gay dating app Chappy with co founders Jack Rogers and Maxin Cheremkhin, effectively becoming an active representative of the LGBTQ+ community.
Ollie often uses his social media platforms to showcase his travel experiences, fashionable outfits as well as his day-to-day activities. He also uses the platforms to advertise his collaborative work and has partnered with <cite>Daniel Wellington</cite> in promoting their products to his fans in a series of sponsored posts.
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