|Occupation:||TV Show Host|
|Birth Day:||April 8, 1966|
|Death Date:||Feb 22, 2014 (age 47)|
|Birth Place:||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Height:||in centimeters - N/A|
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As per our current Database, Charlotte Dawson died on Feb 22, 2014 (age 47).
She was a part of the Ford Models team in NYC and would later become a fashion director for Woman's Day and a style editor for New Idea Magazine.
In 1997, she became beauty and fashion director for Woman's Day and soon after became style editor for New Idea magazine. In 2000, she was the face of the Peter Morrissey fashion label, presenting her own fashion segment weekly on Good Morning Australia for Network Ten, and featuring in the fashion section of Sydney's Olympic Games opening ceremony. She was the fashion correspondent for Channel Ten's entertainment programme E! News and also a regular panelist on the network's hit daytime show Beauty and the Beast, and guest on Burke's Backyard and Channel Nine's Simply The Best.
Dawson returned to Auckland in 2002 where she had presenting roles on TVNZ's chat show How's Life?, and Prime's Getaway and Charlotte's Lists.
She then returned to Australia, where she was a judge (and sometimes mentor to the models during challenges) on FOX8's Australia's Next Top Model from Season 3 in 2007 to Season 8 in 2013. In 2008, she filled in for regular host Jodhi Meares for the live finale. Dawson also hosted the Foxtel series Runway to L.A.
In 2012 she appeared as one of the 'celebrity' contestants, raising money for her chosen charity, on the second season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. August 2012 saw a new period of media unrest for Dawson, following an interview with New Zealand's Herald on Sunday about her thoughts on her former home. "New Zealand is small, nasty and vindictive. It's a tiny, little village ... a tiny country at the end of the earth," she said'.
In 2012, Dawson was admitted to St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney after attempting suicide due to a much publicised battle with Twitter trolls. Dawson was rushed to hospital after being found in a fragile state by a former Australia's Next Top Model finalist. Dawson was made the target of an organised online campaign of harassment in part due to her involvement with an anti-cyber-bullying initiative Community Brave. A representative for Community Brave identified one of Dawson's Twitter trolls as Tanya Heti, an employee of Melbourne's Monash University. Community Brave reported the incident to Heti's employer and she was stood down without pay. She was reinstated shortly afterwards when the university found she was not guilty of misconduct.
In 2013, Dawson announced a new role as anti-bullying ambassador with the National Rugby League (NRL). Some media sources, such as the Daily Telegraph, suggested that Dawson was guilty of double standards, citing her aggressive television persona and her history of discouraging contestants on Australia's Next Top Model. Peter Ford from Melbourne's 3AW alleged that "the problem of Charlotte taking on this cause is, her act is about abusing people and putting them down so it becomes a bit murky as to why she has become a champion of this particular cause". Dawson was also heavily criticised in the media after broadcasting disparaging remarks on AFL footballers' partners as a part of her role as a fashion expert for television coverage of the AFL's Brownlow Medal.
On 22 February 2014, Dawson died by suicide in her Woolloomooloo home. A real estate agent found her body when he arrived to inspect the property ahead of its auction. Police were called and confirmed her death at 11:18 am; there were no suspicious circumstances to the death. Her friends were reportedly concerned when she had not updated her Twitter or Instagram accounts in the previous 19 hours.
Charlotte was married to Scott Miller for a very brief time from 1999 to 2000.
Currently, Charlotte Dawson is 55 years, 0 months and 9 days old. Charlotte Dawson will celebrate 56th birthday on a Friday 8th of April 2022. Below we countdown to Charlotte Dawson upcoming birthday.
Charlotte Dawson cuts a casual figure ahead of birthday night out
She turned 26 on October 3, documenting her glamorous celebrations on her Instagram.