For fans of reality TV, this is the inspirational life story of the first winner of the groundbreaking Big Brother TV series. Today, Craig raises thousands of pounds for charities and continues in TV with 60-Minute Makeover. Not bad for a dyslexic, working-class boy from Liverpool.
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Craig Phillips was born in Seaforth, Liverpool in 1971, the younger of two children. His family moved to Shropshire in the late 1980s, and at the age of eighteen, Craig secured a bricklaying apprenticeship whilst working for a local construction company. Determined to ensure he excelled in his chosen profession, he attended further night-school classes in advanced brickwork and civil engineering, achieving City & Guilds qualifications. Before appearing on Big Brother, Craig had run his own building company for nearly a decade, which had an annual turnover of more than GBP1 million. In 2005, he set up the largest independent construction training college in the north-west of England, which has so far seen thousands of young people achieve NVQ apprenticeships. He remains as passionate as ever about construction and maintains an impressive property portfolio.Review:
"Craig is a prolific ideas man ... he certainly breaks the mould of your average reality TV star" Mail on Sunday "Craig Phillips winning Big Brother still remains one of the most emotional moments ever witnessed on British TV" Heat "I thank Craig for his immeasurable support to vocational education. He is a splendid ambassador and role model to young people" Tony Blair
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