Gemma Dawn Garrett is a former holder of the titles Miss Great Britain and Miss Ulster. She is the official face of the Formula One British Grand Prix at Silverstone. She appeared with Dolph Lundgren in the film Direct Contact, which was scheduled for release in 2008. She was cast as a character called Creech due to her "distinctive" looks. She stood as a candidate in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election on 22 May 2008, representing the "Beauties for Britain" party, formed recently by herself, in the intention, in her own words, of "making Westminster less dowdy and down-trodden". She came in tenth with 113 votes, 0.27% of the total. She contested the Haltemprice and Howden by-election following the resignation of its MP, David Davis, representing the 'Miss Great Britain Party'. Her candidacy attracted 521 votes, placing her in fifth position behind the Conservative Party, Green Party, English Democrats and National Front Britain for the British.
About Gemma Garrett
Former beauty queen turned actress and journalist. She is most well known for winning the titles of Miss Great Britain and Miss Belfast. She then made her acting debut in 2008's Direct Contact.
She began her career as a model at seventeen with Style Academy. She then won her first pageant titles in 2008 starting with Miss Ulster.
Outside her modeling and acting career, she has worked as a reporter and presenter. She has also written for Sunday Life newspaper and Fate magazine.
She was married to long-time friend Andy Cosgrove from 2010 to 2014.
In 2015, she joined the cast of the Danny Dyer thriller Assassin.
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