Gordon Ramsay by Neil Simpson
The Biography

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He has cooked for prime ministers, ousted Hollywood actresses from his restaurants, set records for cursing on television, and changed the way Britain eats. As famous for his volatile persona as he is for his cooking, Gordon Ramsay remains London’s most talked-about chef, an international sensation whose eponymous restaurant boasts three Michelin stars. And with his hit television show, Hell’s Kitchen, Ramsay is now a household name in the US. At 18, Ramsay was a professional soccer player; at 30, he was a multi-millionaire. So how did he end up in the kitchen? In this, the first biography of the star chef, Neil Simpson offers a fresh perspective on one of the most driven and successful men in Britain.

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Neil Simpson is the author of many celebrity biographies including "Billie Piper, Charlotte Church, Gordon Ramsay, Jade's World, Kings of Comedy," and "Paul O'Grady.
Published March 1, 2006 by John Blake. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Cooking, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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