Documentary series following the work of Britain's army of family finders as they track down lost family members.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 45 minutes
Family Finders - Angellica Bell - Netflix
Angellica Bell is a British television and radio presenter, best known for her roles on The One Show and for winning the 2017 series of Celebrity MasterChef.
Family Finders - Career - Netflix
Bell joined CBBC in May 2000. She became the main anchor of shows, including That's Genius!, Xchange, 50/50 and Short Change. She has also presented EastEnders Xtra and So You Think You Can Dance. From 2004 to 2005, she presented CBBC's The Saturday Show. She presented Holiday Hitsquad, the BBC travel programme formerly known as Departure Lounge. On 1 December 2006, Bell announced she was leaving CBBC. Bell's break into adult-mainstream programming appeared on BBC One where she presented The Great British Village Show, with Alan Titchmarsh and James Martin, which was broadcast in the spring of 2007. In March 2007, Bell appeared on Comic Relief does Fame Academy. Also in 2007, she presented Dance Xtra for BBC Three and Children in Need. She is currently one of the reporters on The One Show. In Autumn 2008, she hosted the CBBC show Election, and the ITV2 reality show CelebAir. In 2009, she appeared on All Star Mr & Mrs with her then-fiancė Michael Underwood. From May 2010, Bell presented the ITV programme The Zone with Michael Underwood. Since 2010, Bell has also presented CBBC's Project Parent. On 17 July 2011, she appeared as a contestant on Born to Shine. Bell learnt tap dancing but did not make it to the final. On 23 October 2011, Bell co-hosted Something for the Weekend with Tim Lovejoy standing in for Louise Redknapp. On 1 November 2011, she was runner-up to Rav Wilding on reality series 71 Degrees North. On 21 June 2014, Bell guest hosted an episode of Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose with Steve Jones. On 31 March 2014, 31 March 2015 and 23 November 2015, Bell was a guest co-presenter on The One Show. She also co-presented four days of shows from 26 October 2015. On 5 January 2016, Bell appeared on BBC Two in Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. Bell stood-in for Barney Harwood on the CBBC show Blue Peter for three months. In 2016, she took part in episodes of Tipping Point: Lucky Stars and The Chase: Celebrity Special on ITV. From 7–11 March 2016, Bell took part in a challenge for Sport Relief, called 'Hell on High Seas', in which she, along with five other celebrities: Suzi Perry, Doon Mackichan, Alex Jones, Hal Cruttenden and Ore Oduba sailed 1,000 miles from Belfast to London. Coverage of this challenge was shown on The One Show and a special programme aired called Hell on High Seas in March 2016. In 2016, she narrated the daytime BBC series Family Finders and co-presented Ill Gotten Gains alongside Rav Wilding. She took part in the 2016 series of Tour De Celeb on Channel 5. In September 2017, Bell won the twelfth series of BBC's Celebrity MasterChef, beating Dev Griffin and Ulrika Jonsson.
Family Finders - References - Netflix