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Nikki Grahame

British television personality (1982-2021)

Nikki Grahame is ...


Born 28 April 1982 in Watford
Died 9 April 2021 in London
Age 38 years
Cause anorexia nervosa

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United Kingdom
Birth name Nicola Rachel-Beth Grahame
Manner of death natural causes
Occupation model, writer and television presenter
Height 1.55m (5'1")
Twitter username Nikki_Grahame1
Instagram username nikkigrahame1
Educated at Northwood School

About Nikki Grahame

Nikki Grahame, the British television personality, was born on April 28, 1982. She rose to fame in 2006 as a contestant on the seventh season of the reality show Big Brother UK. Her bubbly personality and memorable catchphrase "Who is she?" made her an instant fan favorite.

Grahame's journey to fame was not an easy one. She struggled with anorexia nervosa for most of her life and was hospitalized several times for the condition. In her memoir, "Dying to Be Thin," she detailed her battle with the eating disorder and how it affected her mental health.

Despite her struggles, Grahame continued to work in the entertainment industry. She appeared on several reality shows, including Ultimate Big Brother, Celebrity Coach Trip, and The Farm. She also worked as a presenter on the digital channel Fiver.

Grahame's infectious personality and humor made her a beloved figure in the UK entertainment industry. She was known for her quick wit and sharp tongue, which made her a popular guest on talk shows and panel shows.

Tragically, Grahame passed away on April 9, 2021, at the age of 38. Her death was mourned by fans and fellow celebrities alike, who remembered her as a kind and talented person who brought joy to their lives.

In the wake of her passing, many have spoken out about the need for better support for those struggling with eating disorders. Grahame's legacy will continue to inspire others to seek help and fight for their mental health.





About Death

In March 2021, Grahame's family announced she had again relapsed, that she "constantly feels weak and is struggling on a day to day basis", and that she wanted to recover but felt it was "impossible". They opened a GoFundMe fundraiser to pay for private treatment because the NHS treatments had "failed". The family said they had "exhausted every avenue possible" and raised over £60,000 for Grahame's treatment. On 24 March, following a fall Grahame entered Dorset County Hospital, where she remained until she was discharged on 8 April. The next day, she was found dead in her Stanmore flat; she had died from complications of anorexia nervosa at the age of 38. She had been due to enter a private facility in Devon to receive specialist treatment the following week. At the time of her death, Grahame weighed less than 30 kg (66 lb).

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