BiographyKeeley Rebecca Hazell was born on September 18, 1986, in Lewisham, a suburb southeast of London, England. Raised in another nearby London suburb, Bromley, Keeley attended Bromley’s Ravensbourne School. When Keeley was 16, she left school to become an apprentice hairdresser, but she was already looking beyond beauty parlors and nursing ambitions to become a model.
Keeley wanted to be a Page 3 girl and pose topless on the inside pages of British tabloids like The Daily Star and The Sun. Keeley’s former art teacher tried to discourage her, saying that her breasts were too small; in any event, Page 3 girls had to be at least 18. Keeley Hazell was anything but discouraged -- her bust, as time would soon tell, was definitely growing. With the support of her hairdressing colleagues, she had some pictures taken of herself and entered The Daily Star’s “Search for a Beach Babe” contest, which she won.
keeley hazell is a page 3 girl Keeley Hazell, who was anxious to quit hairdressing, wasn’t yet able to work as a full-time model in spite of this early success. Too young for glamour modeling and too short for fashion modeling, Keeley enrolled in a fashion course at Lewisham College in early 2004. After six months, Keeley Hazell turned 18 and had her boyfriend take some pictures of her to submit to The Sun’s Page 3 Idol contest. A reader favorite, Keeley ended up winning in December 2004. Her prize included £10,000 worth of clothes and an exclusive one-year modeling contract with The Sun.
Keeley Hazell quickly became one of The Sun’s most popular Page 3 girls. Sculptor Leigh Heppell even made three bronze sculptures of Keeley’s breasts, two of which can be found in The Sun’s office (Keeley herself has the third in her house). While posing for The Sun, Keeley Hazell was represented by Girl Management, and then briefly by the Frank White Agency; she finally settled on agent Jon Fowler, who also represents George Michael and Kelly Brook. Once Keeley’s contract with The Sun expired, she began to get broader exposure.
keeley hazell on maxim’s cover Keeley Hazell appeared on the cover of the June 2005 issue of Maxim, and in September, she did the same for FHM. In quick succession, Keeley graced the covers of many other British men’s magazines, including Loaded, Nuts and Zoo; she turned down an offer to pose for Playboy, though, stating that it wasn’t something she felt comfortable doing. Meanwhile, Keeley Hazell continued to pose for The Sun, as well as for its 2006 Page 3 wall calendar.
In early 2006, Keeley Hazell made headlines after English soccer star Joe Cole was beaten up at a party at her house. Despite rumors that the already engaged Cole had been hitting on Keeley, the altercation had nothing to do with her. She also had two publicized car crashes -- one in 2005 and one in 2006.
keeley hazell in cashback In 2006, she put out her own calendar, and by 2008 she was posing exclusively for Zoo and FHM.
Keeley Hazell had a minor role in the British movie Cashback (2006), a full-length version of a short film of the same name that was nominated for a 2004 Oscar.
keeley hazell is named no. 13 in 2008 top 99Not surprisingly, in addition to coming in at No. 9 in FHM's 50 Most Eligible Women and No. 2 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World 2007, Keeley Hazell was also No. 19 on AskMen.com's list of the Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2007. If all those accolades weren't enough, Keeley Hazell ranked No. 13 on AskMen.com's Top 99 for 2008.
keeley hazell on bytemetvIn 2008, Keeley Hazell, always interested in a career that encompassed music as well, released her first music video for the song Voyeur. She also cohosted an online show called ByteMeTV.