Our celebrity supporters
Many celebrities support us in a variety of ways; from being the face of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning to helping us celebrate our centenary year, attending events or just providing a quote of support and a photo for us to use.
Our celebrity ambassadors
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Our celebrity ambassadors go that extra mile to promote Macmillan wherever they can. Here are just a few of them...
Lynda’s cousin was a Macmillan nurse who died from breast cancer. Her sister also died from cancer. Lynda's been a fantastic supporter in recent years, helping with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning every year, doing a day’s filming for Volunteers' Week with an interview on GMTV, speaking at a rally and helping to promote the work that Macmillan does.
Read our interview with Lynda Bellingham.
St John Greene
The author who made Holly Willoughby cry on the This Morning sofa, St John Greene is inspiring millions with his poignant memoir Mum's List about the loss of his wife to cancer and his son’s rare cancer diagnosis. Macmillan Cancer Support supported his family and here he explains how he coped.
Read our interview with St John Greene.
Kay’s mother died from cancer and had a Macmillan nurse. She came on board after donating her fee from Dancing on Ice and took the time to meet us to discuss various ways in which she could support us. Her support has been boundless - she's been a cheerleader at the Tug of War, judged at Dog Day, read at Carols by Candlelight and, best of all, she went on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire with Eamonn Holmes and they won £150,000 for us!
Fearne’s grandmother was helped by Macmillan. She initially came on board in 2002 to do a photo for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Since then her support has grown. She supported the Big Hush for a couple of years and the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and has also hosted the Art Auction.
Neil’s father died from cancer. He's supported the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, Dog Day and Walk Wonders to name just a few. Neil hosts our annual Stocking Auction in December, and has also hosted Fashion Kicks.
Katherine’s father died from cancer and was helped by Macmillan. She's taken part in the Stocking Auction, the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and donated proceeds from a single. Her sister, who now works at Macmillan, also took part in an overseas challenge to raise money for us. Recently she supported our Lung Cancer Awareness Month and performed at Gorbachev's 80th birthday in aid of Macmillan.
A Macmillan nurse looked after George's mother when she was dying from skin cancer, and ever since he has supported us. George helps Macmillan with a variety of initiatives.
Jon took part in Who Wants to Be A Millionaire for us, alongside Tony Slattery who was playing for the NSPCC. They won £32,000. He has also lent his support to the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, took part in the Rankin shoot and the Stocking Auction.
Martin's father died from cancer when Martin was quite young. Martin has fronted the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for a number of years, has taken part in the Stocking Auction and read at the Guards’ Chapel event.
Hollywood actor, Seth Rogen, and screen writer, Will Reiser, tell us about their cancer journey and how it inspired their new film.
Actress Lynda Bellingham shares her story of losing a sister to lung cancer.
Amy Winehouse's father, Mitch, talks to us about his family's experiences with cancer.
The presenter talks to Macmillan exclusively about his brother's death from cancer.
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