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Richard Hammond

Body measurements

Height

167 cm (5 ft 5.7 in)

Weight

66 kg (146 lb)

Info

Date of birth

December 19, 1969

Age

48

Zodiac sign

Sagittarius

Nationality

UK

Occupation

Journalist, TV presenter

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Eyes color

Brown

Hair color

Brown
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Who is Richard Hammond?

Richard Mark Hammond is the English television presenter, well-known for the TV program “Top Gear”.

Early Accomplishments

In college, Hammond studied cinematography and producing. After graduating, he practiced his skills on several radio stations, such as Radio Cleveland and Radio Lancashire.
Worked as a manager and organized meetings for Ferrari and Renault Sport.
In 1998, the man got fist project on television – he became a TV presenter in “Motorweek”.

Best Known For

He leads a weekly column in “The Daily Mirror”.
His recognizable work as a producer and participant is “Blast Lab”. In 2009, he won BAFTA Awards as the best presenter in this show.
The man worked in some projects on BBC including “Battle of the Geeks”.

Religion Beliefs

Richard does not share with the press his thoughts about religion he follows.

Sexual Orientation

He is straight. The man married Amanda Etheridge in 2002 and they welcomed two daughters: Isabella and Willow.

Worth To Known

He is a true fan of cars. There are 12 cars and 4 motorcycles in his collection. Richard’s dream car is Morgan +8 Roadster and he had already bought it. The man is an owner of Porsche, Range Rover, Aston Martin etc.
He is not a vegetarian. In the interview to “Daily Mail” at the question “Are you a meat eater?” he answered “Of course I am”.
Came through the terrible car crush in 2006, trying to set a speed record. He had post-traumatic amnesia because of brain injury.
His colleagues gave Hammond the nickname “Hamster”, when he ate a cardboard on the show. The second reason is his build.
Has two brothers: Andrew and Nicholas.


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