Charlie Dimmock is an English television personality and gardening expert who ran gardening makeover program called “Ground Force” on BBC. Charlie Dimmock net worth is estimated to be at least $6 million.
Born Charlotte Elouise Dimmock in August 10, 1966 in Southampton, England, Dimmock went to Wellow Primary school and then The Mountbatten School in Hampshire. Her father was a merchant seaman while her mother used to run her own clothes shop. Her mother and her stepfather Rob were both the victim of 2004 Tsunami disaster in Indonesia.
Charlie rose to fame in 1997 when she joined the BBC gardening series “Ground Force”. It was a popular show back at that time where a team of gardeners make over the garden of an individual who has been nominated by a member of their family or friend.
After that, she went on to do programs like “The joy of Gardening”, “Charlie’s Garden Army” as well as presenting “Chelsea Flower Show”. Other than that, she has also appeared on television shows like “The games”, “The Early Show” and “Celebrity Masterchef”.
She was also the President of the ‘Television and Radio Industries Club’ from 2003 to 2004. In 2016, she became a member of the team presenting “Garden Rescue” produced for the BBC by Spun Gold TV.
In addition to that, she has taken her gardening experience to a new level. She has written several gardening books including the BBC Ground Force book ‘Water Garden Workbook’ and ‘Container Gardening’. She also wrote a weekly column in Daily mail for many years until January 2008.
She is also active on philanthropic events. In 2003, she competed in the Macmillan 4×4 UK Challenge. The program raised over £ 100,000 each year for Macmillan Cancer Support. She is also active in charity show like Dreamflight.