Jeremy Clarkson by Gwen Russell
The Biography

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From causing huge disruptions and defending the rights of drivers to fisticuffs with Piers Morgan, this is the true story of a colorful life lived at breakneck speed Motoring aficionado, comic writer, television host, engineering buff, journalist, author, and unapologetic bon viveur, Jeremy Clarkson is one of Britain's most controversial personalities, and in this riveting and entertaining biography, frank views and hilariously candid anecdotes appear alongside the life story of the self-confessed Eurosceptic, chain-smoking grease monkey. After a stint as a traveling salesman, Clarkson set up his own press agency, and soon found fame and fortune with BBC's Top Gear. Notoriously hit in the face with a banana meringue pie the day he received his honorary degree, he has been accused of calling cyclists "muesli freaks" and BMW employees "Nazis." Love him or loathe him, he can't be ignored.

About Gwen Russell

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Gwen Russell is a highly successful journalist and author who has specialized in the celebrity circuit. She is currently based in Bath.
Published July 9, 2010 by John Blake. 289 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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