Jorgie Porter is best known for portraying Theresa in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks from 2008 until 2016.
JORGIE opted to flash the flesh in a jaw-dropping body display.
The Hollyoaks cast babe portrayed Theresa McQueen in the Channel 4 soap from 2008 to 2016.
And while she may no longer set pulses racing on the small screen, the actress does just that on her Jorgie Porter Instagram profile.
For her most recent temperature-raising performance, the 30-year-old shared a picture from the April month of her 2018 calendar.
No doubt causing fans to stop in their tracks, the blonde poured her curves into a flesh-coloured bikini.
Born Name Jorgina Alexandra Porter
Nick Name Jorgie
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2008–present
Born: December 25, 1987, 31 years and 7 months, Trafford, Greater Manchester, England
Sun Sign Capricorn
Hair Color She is naturally brunette, but likes to dye her hair blonde.
Eye Color Blue
Height 5 ft 2 in or 157 cm
Measurements 34-24-37 in or 87-61-94 cm
Bra Size 32B
She attended Moorside High School in Swinton in Greater Manchester, England.
Porter was born in Trafford, Greater Manchester on 25 December 1987. She grew up with her mother, grandmother, and sister, and has only met her father once. A former ballet dancer, she was told by the ballet school she attended that she was overweight for a dancer. She later attended The Hammond School in Chester.
Father – Unknown
Mother – Unknown
Siblings – Emma Porter (Younger Sister). She was raised by her father.
Cole Kitchenn Personal Management Ltd.
Short body frame
She is an ambassador of Teenage Cancer Trust.
In November 2008, it was announced that Porter had joined the cast of the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, playing the role of Theresa McQueen. Porter said that she was thrilled to join the cast and be a part of one of soap opera most notorious families. In 2010, Porter appeared with eight other soap opera actresses in a music video and cover of the Cyndi Lauper single Girls Just Want To Have Fun. The song was released in aid of charity, Cancer Research UK campaign Race for Life.
Porter appeared in the November 2010 issue of Sugar magazine. In FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2011, Porter was ranked 50th. In August 2011, Porter took part in the ITV dance show Born to Shine. She learned to street dance on the show, but failed to make it to the final.
In 2012, Porter was confirmed to be a contestant and participant on the seventh series of Dancing on Ice. Porter was paired dancing with American pairs skater Matt Evers. Porter made it to the final and finished in second place behind Emmerdale actor Matthew Wolfenden.
In 2013, Porter decided to leave Hollyoaks. In October that year, she said she was leaving the show at the end of her contract. After finishing filming on the show she appeared on the final series Dancing On Ice in January 2014, which featured returning contestant ‘All Stars’ from past series. Poter and her skating partner Sylvain Longchambon were the first contestants to be voted off the series. In April, it was announced that Porter had agreed to return to Hollyoaks.
In 2014, she released her own calendar for 2015, showing some of her modelling shoots and photos. She has also released another calendar for 2016. Porter is the presenter for the Nintendo Girls Club. In July 2015, Porter announced that she was leaving Hollyoaks once again. Her final scenes as the character aired on 11 March 2016. In November 2015, Porter took part in the fifteenth series of ITV show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. She came 5th on the show.
In 2016, Porter was cast as Miss Croft in a reboot episode of the series Are You Being Served?. She also became the new face of the UK advertising campaign for the skincare brand Proactiv. In 2017, she appeared as a contestant in Celebs Go Dating.
Porter is an ambassador for Teenage Cancer Trust and their annual sun safety campaign, ‘Shunburn’. Porter had several images taken, showing the effects and damages of sun burn.
First TV Show
Jorgie debuted in 2008 with Channel 4 television teen drama Hollyoaks for her role as Theresa McQueen. She appeared from 2008 to 2014 on this show.
She didn’t had a flat tummy as a child. She was told by her ballet teacher to lose weight else she won’t get any job or become a dancer. She was 16 at that time. Jorgie herself described herself as a barrel (tummy) with two tiny sticks (legs) attached at the bottom with big shoulders. She used to be size 12 at that time, but wanted to become skinny.
Jorgie was told by her teachers to leave all the chocolates, burgers and other junk food, and instead eat veggies and fruits for a week. But, it was very difficult for her to stay away from these and usually end up eating all these stuff to satisfy her cravings.
She wants to have an hourglass figure like Kim Kardashian.
Now, she does not have any fizzy drinks. She likes to have bread-butter for breakfast. The other two meals – lunch and dinner contains mostly omelets, pastas, broccoli, and sometimes a pizza (the one with more vegetable topping and minimum cheese). She does not forget to drink plenty of water to keep her hunger at a lower level.
Regarding workout, she does a lot of squats.
Jorgie Porter Facts
Jorgie has met her father only once, when she was seven.
She was raised by her mother and grandmother.
Porter is a former ballet dancer.
She left ballet dancing, when she was told by her teacher of ballet school that she was overweight for dancing.
Porter appeared on Sugar magazine November 2010 issue.
Porter has also made herself to the FHM “100 Sexiest Women in the World” list in 2011 at #50.
Porter has also appeared in Cyndi Lauper music video “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” alongside eight other soap opera actresses.
She is best friends with Jennifer Metcalfe.
In August 2011, she learned street dancing on ITV Born to Shine.
In 2012, she participated in Dancing On Ice‘s seventh series in which she did ice skating with Matt Evers. She finally finished second in this show. Later, in 2014, she again participated in this show in the “All Stars” edition. But, this time, she was the first one to be voted out of the television show.