Big Brother contestant is adopted daughter of Croydon boxing legend
By Andrew Worden
A contestant on this year's Big Brother is the adopted daughter of renowned Croydon boxer Clinton McKenzie.
Angel McKenzie entered the reality TV show's famous house tonight (Thursday).
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Born in Moscow, in 1978, she moved to England in 1997 and is herself now a boxer.
On her own website she pays tribute to Clinton for inspiring her to become a boxer.
She says: "I had no aspirations of becoming a professional boxer but with the support and encouragement from Clinton McKenzie (my stepfather) I realised something, which I would otherwise not have thought about by becoming a professional female boxer."
Clinton is a former British and European champion while his brother Duke is a three-time world champion and one of the most famous names ever to come out of Croydon.
Another brother in the McKenzie family, Winston, ran to be mayor of London last year, only to come last in the contest.
And another member of the family, Ashley McKenzie, got to the final stages of another reality show, The X Factor.