Jeremy Clarkson Biography

Jeremy Clarkson born as Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson is an English broadcaster, journalist, and writer who specializes in motoring. He is well known for co-presenting the motoring programs Top Gear, from 2002 until 2015, and The Grand Tour alongside Richard Hammond and James May. He also currently writes weekly columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun.

In 2015, the BBC decided not to renew Clarkson’s contract with the company after an assault on a Top Gear producer while filming on location. That year, Clarkson and his Top Gear co-presenters and producer Andy Wilman formed the production company W. Chump & Sons to produce The Grand Tour for Prime Video. Since 2018, Clarkson has hosted the revived ITV game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? replacing former host Chris Tarrant.

Jeremy Clarkson Age
Clarkson was born on 11 April 1960 in Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. He is 60 years old as of 2020.
Jeremy Clarkson Height

He stands a height of 1.96 meters tall.

Jeremy Clarkson Parents

Clarkson was born in Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, the son of Shirley Gabrielle Clarkson, a teacher, and Edward Grenville Clarkson, a traveling salesman.
Jeremy Clarkson Wife

Clarkson married Alexandra James in 1989, but she left him for one of his friends after six months. In May 1993, he married his manager, Frances Cain, daughter of VC recipient Robert Henry Cain, in Fulham. She was reported to have filed divorce proceedings in April 2014.

Jeremy Clarkson New Show

Jeremy Clarkson is set to launch his new show I Bought The Farm – and it sounds iconic. The eight-part series will see the controversial star attempt to run his own 1000-acre farm, based in the middle of the British countryside. A far cry from The Grand Tour, for sure.

Jeremy Clarkson Movies
  • Top Gear
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Motorworld
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Extreme Machines
  •  Robot Wars
  • Clarkson
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Car Years
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Speed
  • You Don’t Want to Do That
  • Jeremy Clarkson: Meets the Neighbours
  • The Victoria Cross: For Valour
  •  Inventions That Changed the World
  •  Jeremy Clarkson: The Greatest Raid of All Time
  • An Arctic Convoy Disaster
  • present: The Grand Tour
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Jeremy Clarkson Cars
  1. Volvo XC90
  2. Range Rover TDV8 Vogue SE
  3. Lotus Elise 111S
  4. Mercedes-Benz 600 Grosser
  5. Mercedes-Benz SLK55 AMG
  6. Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black
  7. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster
  8. BMW M3 CSL
  9. Honda CR-X
  10. Ferrari F355
  11. Ford GT
  12. Aston Martin Virage
  13. Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV6
  14. Ford Focus
  15. Lamborghini Gallardo
  16. Volkswagen Golf GTI
  17. Volkswagen Scirocco 1
  18. Volkswagen Scirocco 2
  19. Land Rover Defender
  20. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  21. McLaren 675LT
  22. Toyota Land Cruiser
Jeremy Clarkson Net Worth  
Jeremy Clarkson is an English television presenter, journalist, and writer. ?He has an estimated net worth of $60 million.
Jeremy Clarkson Books 
  • Jeremy Clarkson’s Motorworld
  • Clarkson on Cars
  • Clarkson’s Hot 100
  • Planet Dagenham
  • Born to be Riled
  • Jeremy Clarkson on Ferrari
  • The World According to Clarkson
  • I Know You Got Soul
  • And Another Thing…: The World According To Clarkson Volume 2
  • Don’t Stop Me Now!!
  • For Crying Out Loud!: The World According To Clarkson Volume 3
  • Driven To Distraction
  • How Hard Can It Be?: The World According To Clarkson Volume 4
  • Round The Bend
  • The Top Gear Years
  • Is It Really Too Much To Ask?: The World According To Clarkson Volume 5
  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong…
  • As I was saying…: The World According To Clarkson Volume 6
  • Clarkson owns or has owned:
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Jeremy Clarkson News
Jeremy Clarkson: ‘It’s bad news’ Ex Top Gear star gives update after daughter’s discovery

Last week, Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily Clarkson, 25, came across an injured owl during her outing in a woods. The Grand Tour host, 59, shared a picture of the animal on his Instagram page, telling fans the pair were hoping for a recovery.
On Sunday, he shared a picture of the injured animal in the woods, in view of his 2.8 million followers.

He wrote: “My brilliant daughter found this little fella in the woods today. Hopefully, he will recover.”

His daughter Emily commented at the time: “I hope so.”

The ex Top Gear host followed up his post, telling his followers he had decided to call the owl Boris.
Jeremy Clarkson: Top Gear star announced ‘bad news’ following his daughter’s discovery (Image: ITV•GETTY)
Jeremy Clarkson: Top Gear star the injured owl had died after being found in a woodland (Image: INSTAGRAM•JEREMYCLARKSON)
Despite his best efforts to get the owl on the road to recovery, the host announced the young owl had died this evening.

Taking to Instagram, he commented: “Bad news I’m afraid. He died.”

Many of his followers flocked to his post to comment, with one writing: “Nooooo. I’m so sorry for your loss.”

A second wrote: “Sad, but good on you for doing what you did.”
Jeremy Clarkson said his daughter Emily discovered the injured owl, which they tried to recover (Image: GETTY)

Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily raised awareness for her IBS on Instagram (Image: INSTAGRAM•EMILYCLARKSON)
A third penned: “May he rest in peace.”

Emily is yet to comment publicly on the sad news.

Earlier today, she took to her Instagram page to raise awareness for IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers.

Emily shared a picture of herself displaying her stomach as she smiled for the camera, in view of her 80,000 followers.

As part of a lengthy post, she commented: “Shoutout to all the irritating bowel owners out there. All my bloaty mummas. My swollen stomach sistahhsss.”(sic)

She added: “Here is your monthly reminder that your illness is NOTHING TO BE ASHAMED OF.

“That IBS is not a ‘weakness’ or a ‘failing’, that whilst it FEELS ugly and horrifying and like everyone is lookin at ya wondering when you’re gonna squish the babba out it does not look ugly, it is not even slightly horrifying and the best thing about this lockdown melarkey is that no one is lookin at ya anyways.”(sic)

The journalist went on to say she had a “bad flare up” last week after running out of her go-to relief supplement.

She added: “It’s a pain in the bum but it’s okay.

“You’re not on your own and (aside from the bleedin obvious) you’re pretty normal.

“Keep being kind to yourself. We got this.”(sic)


Jeremy Clarkson fury: How Grand Tour star branded Jacob Rees-Mogg ‘stupid idiot’

Jeremy never shies away from a row with figures on both sides of the political spectrum, and he branded the Conservative MP a “stupid idiot” in one of his most brutal blows. Mr Rees-Mogg had just been on Good Morning Britain in 2017, where he told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid he was opposed to abortion and gay marriage. He was asked by presenter Susanna Reid: “Are you completely opposed to abortion in all circumstances?”

And he replied: “Yes I am.”

He added: “I’m afraid so. Life is sacrosanct and begins at the point of conception. I think it is wrong.”

Piers asked whether he would seek to ban these if he were Prime Minister, even in the case of rape.

“My personal opinion is that abortion is morally indefensible.”

And on gay marriage he said: “Marriage is a sacrament that lies with the church.

“I support the teaching of the Catholic church.”

This provoked a furious column in The Sun by Jeremy Clarkson two days later, in which he argued speculation of the Tory figure being a future Prime Minister had been dashed.

He wrote: “Jacob Rees-Mogg was being touted by some as a possible new Tory leader – until revealing himself to be a stupid idiot by saying he was against abortion, even when the pregnancy was caused by rape or incest.

“Abortion has been a central debating point in America since before sex was invented.

“In some parts of the country it’s more of an election issue than immigration, terrorism or the economy.

“Mercifully, however, we have been spared any of that nonsense over here.”

The Grand Tour star said Mr Rees-Mogg’s statement gave “all sorts of lunatics a free pass to emerge from their priest holes to say they agree”.

The car journalist even claimed that if Mr Rees-Mogg was to one day become PM, that would push his vote elsewhere.


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