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Antony Worrall Thompson Biography and Wiki
Antony Worrall Thompson is a renowned English restaurateur and celebrity chef, television presenter, and radio broadcaster. He also owns and operates the Greyhound in Richmond and the Kew Grill in Henley-on-Thames.
Antony Worrall Thompson Education
Worrall attended the King’s School in Canterbury, where he played rugby and suffered facial injuries. He attended Westminster Kingsway College to study hotel management after he finished high school.
Antony Worrall Thompson Age and Birthday
How old is Antony Worrall? Worrall is 71 years old as of 2022. He was born Henry Antony Cardew Worrall Thompson on 1 May 1951 in Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom. She celebrates her birthday on May 1st every year.
Antony Worrall Thompson Nationality and Ethnicity
Worrall is of British nationality by birth. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom. His real name is not known. READ ALSO: Ravinder Bhogal
Antony Worrall Thompson Parents
Worrall is the son of Michael Ingham (real name Peter Michael Worrall Thompson), the father of Worrall, and Joanna Duncan, the mother.
Antony Worrall Thompson Wife
Is Antony Worrall Thompson still married? When Worrall was 26 years old, he married Jill Thompson; the union ended in divorce five years later. He wed Militza Millar, an Australian, in 1983. The couple separated after having two kids. He has been wed to Jacinta Shiel, his third wife, since 1996. The couple has two kids and resides in High Wycombe.
Antony Worrall Thompson Height
Worrall stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches(1.7 m).
Antony Worrall Thompson Net Worth
Worrall has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Antony Worrall Thompson Restaurants
Does Antony Thompson have a restaurant? Worrall worked as the executive chef at 190 Queens Gate in South Kensington, London, before opening his first eatery. In 1981, he opened Ménage à Trois, a restaurant notable for only serving starters and desserts, in Knightsbridge. After that, he opened a number of popular eateries, including Wiz and Woz in west London and Metro in Jersey, all of which are a reflection of his somewhat unique approach to cooking. He served as Buckinghamshire’s Old Luxters Barn’s Catering Director from late 2006 to late 2007.
His restaurant holding company AWT Restaurants was put into administration in February 2009. The Notting Grill in west London, the Barnes Grill in south-west London, as well as the Lamb Inn and the Greyhound in Henley-on-Thames, both closed their doors. 60 jobs were lost as a result of this. The Kew Grill in southwest London, the remaining Windsor Grill in Berkshire, and a deli called the Windsor Larder were all purchased by Worrall Thompson personally.
Antony Thompson Shoplifting items
Worrall was issued a police caution in January 2012 for stealing goods from the Tesco location in Henley-on-Thames on a total of five occasions, including wine and cheese. He claimed to have attempted five separate thefts totaling £70.68 in 2015; he believes he did it for the thrill; he was depressed and sought counseling.
Antony Worrall Thompson TV Career
Before making an appearance on Ready Steady Cook in 1994, Worrall made his debut on BBC2’s Food and Drink. He made appearances on Lily Savage’s Blankety Blank in 2001 and the second season of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2003. Gregg Wallace was replaced as the host of BBC2’s Saturday Kitchen by him as a result. To take the place of children’s television on Saturday mornings, the program moved to BBC1. Later, he served as host of the ITV program Saturday Cooks. For the prime-time series, which he also hosted, the program was renamed Daily Cooks Challenge.
He competed in the first season of the BBC’s Great British Menu as a representative of the Midlands and East of England, but Galton Blackiston defeated him after burning the meat course of his entry before the judging phase. In 2019, he appeared in the miniseries Trawlermen: Celebs at Sea. When he appeared on Pointless Celebrities in 2013, he became the first player to receive a 100-point correct answer.