Jamie O'Hara wants to make Billericay Town TV show
Jamie O'Hara thinks if his pal Mark Wright wants to make a documentary TV show about his new football club Billericay Town FC it would be a great idea
Jamie O'Hara hopes his friend Mark Wright will make a TV show focusing on his new football team Billericay Town FC.
The 30-year-old midfielder - who played in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur - has joined the semi-professional club, who are currently ninth in the Isthmian League Premier Division, to try and help them get promoted this season.
Jamie was approached about joining the Essex-based side by former 'TOWIE' star Mark as he is going to be taking a 20 per cent stake in the club and will be working with multi-millionaire owner Glenn Tamplin to achieve their dream of getting Billericay into the English Football League.
There has been talk of a documentary made about the club's new adventure and 'Celebrity Big Brother' contestant Jamie is up for being followed by a camera crew behind-the-scenes.
He told BANG Showbiz: "'Big Brother' hasn't put me off, it was a great experience. I don't see why they shouldn't make a TV show, the owner wants to turn this club into something special and a show could only help. He showed me the plans he's got for the stadium and the stands and it's all very impressive. If a show did happen then I'd be happy to be involved."
Although Jamie is now back playing on the pitch, he is also keen to diversify his career with different television projects and other jobs.
The sportsman - whose ex-wife is Danielle Lloyd - will soon be seen on ITV4 show 'The Big Fish Off' in which he will appear with his former 'CBB' housemate James Cosmo.
Although Jamie is looking forward to showing off his angling skills he is a bit worried about how the 'Braveheart' will react if he lands a bigger catch than him.
He said: "James Cosmo is a bit of a skilled fly fisher and I'm a bit of a carp fiend, so it'll good. He's a bit of a hunter though so I'm worried if I beat him he'll hunt me down with a bow and arrow or something!.
"I'm interested in doing different types of programmes though.