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  • Jeremy has two friends Richard who eats everything and James who is very slow. He is also very controversial and hated by almost everyone in Koridai and Gamelon. The TV show Top Gear is said to a particularly dangerous source to use as YouTube Pooper CheesePieWithChips has on ocasions taken his own poops down in fear of the BBC removing his channel.
  • Sir Jeremy Clarkson started off as a small-time magazine journalist and bongo flick fluffer before becoming the principal wazzock of Top Gear. The programme features interminable reviews of very fast and expensive cars that the viewing public can't afford to even look at - and lots of exploding stuff. Mainly caravans. Because of his sudden popularity after destroying such irritating vehicles, Clarkson was appointed by Her Majesty to become the Prime Minister, after Parliament ran out of sense - he accepted her challenge - "how hard can it be..." . Jeremy Clarkson continues to work for the BBC, writes smug, ill-informed columns for Sunday broadsheet newspapers and is officially recognised by the Jimmy Saville Foundation as the world's biggest, heterosexual, Posh, Professional Yorkshire Man.
  • Jeremy Clarkson is a motoring "journalist" and "television presenter". A typical Yorkshireman, he ranks just above Bernard Manning in the "I'm a northerner so I can call everyone a moron" stakes. He has presented numerous television shows, including Top Gear, Have I Got News For You, Motorworld and Clarkson's car years. The latter title is a reference to how old Clarkson actually is: despite the fact 50 is middle aged in human years, in fact thinks he is a car, making him long past retirement age in "car years". He likes to claim a pension because of this.
  • Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear does a lot of very stupid and ridiculous things which never really get him anywhere.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born April 11, 1960) is an English broadcaster, journalist and writer who specialises in motoring. He is best known for his former role on the BBC TV show Top Gear along with co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May. He provided his voice and likeness for the character of announce Adrian in "Live and Let Drive". On March 24, 2015, it was announced that Clarkson was sacked from Top Gear for assaulting a producer.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11th April 1960) is a British broadcaster and journalist who was the main presenter of the first series of Robot Wars.
  • Jeremy Clarkson voices Harv, Lightning McQueen's agent in Cars for the UK version of the film. He is well known for hosting the car show Top Gear in the UK.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born April 11, 1960) is an English broadcaster, journalist and writer who was best known for co-presenting the BBC television show Top Gear until his contract with the BBC expired on March 25, 2015 after he verbally and physically attacked a Top Gear producer over a dispute at a hotel while filming on location. He voiced Lightning McQueen's agent Harv in the United Kingdom version of the 2006 Disney/Pixar film Cars.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11 April 1960) is an English broadcaster and journalist who specialises in motoring. He writes weekly columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun, but is better known for his role on the BBC TV show Top Gear. The show won an International Emmy in 2005. He and James May were the first people to reach the magnetic North Pole in a car, which was broadcast in a Top Gear special on 25 July 2007 on BBC Two. The Economist, on the subject of road pricing in UK, has also described him as a "skilful propagandist for the motoring lobby".
  • Born on 11th of April 1960 in Doncaster to teacher Shirley Gabrielle Ward and travelling salesman Edward Grenville "Eddie" Clarkson, his parents ran a business selling condoms. They put the young Jeremy's name down in advance for a number of public schools with no idea how they were going to pay the fees, until at the last moment, when he was 13, they made two Paddington Bear stuffed toys for each of their children. These proved so popular that they started selling them through the business with sufficient success to be able to pay the fees for Clarkson to attend Repton School.
  • thumb|200px|Clarkson po usłyszeniu czegoś ciekawego... [[Plik:Mlodyjeremy.jpg|thumb|200px|Jak widać kiedyś Jeremy miał całkiem sporo włosów (tak to afro należy do niego), teraz nie ma już nawet tego...]] In the world Clarkson mówiący o dowolnej rzeczy Clarkson pozytywnie zaskoczony Clarkson zachwycony Clarkson podczas jazdy samochodem Clarkson o swoich kolegach z programu
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Birthplace
  • Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Job
  • Presenter
  • Host
Characters
  • Adrian
Person Name
  • Jeremy Clarkson
Series
  • 1
Appearance
  • Series 44 Episode 4
  • Series 39 Episode 4
  • Series 30 Episode 4
  • Series 31 Episode 7
  • Series 43 Episode 4
  • Series 24 Episode 9
  • Series 25 Episode 2
  • Series 29 Episode 1
  • Series 33 Episode 1
  • Series 35 Episode 8
  • Series 36 Episode 9
  • Series 47 Episode 3
Spouse
  • Alexandra Hall
  • Alexandra James
  • Frances Cain
Caption
  • Clarkson's animated likeness
  • Jeremy Clarkson at the time of Series 1
Birthdate
  • 1960-04-11
Years Active
  • 1988
Successor
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Children
  • Emily Clarkson
  • Finlo Clarkson
  • Katya Clarkson
Occupation(s)
  • Broadcaster, journalist, writer, talk show host
Gender
  • Male
Born
  • 1960-04-11
  • Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson
Birthname
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson
Birth
  • 1960-04-11
Nationality
  • 20
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  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11 April 1960) is an English broadcaster and journalist who specialises in motoring. He writes weekly columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun, but is better known for his role on the BBC TV show Top Gear. The show won an International Emmy in 2005. He and James May were the first people to reach the magnetic North Pole in a car, which was broadcast in a Top Gear special on 25 July 2007 on BBC Two. "Not a man given to considered opinion", according to the BBC, Clarkson is known to be opinionated and forthright in his views. In the Daily Mirror of 9 June 2000 he was described by Tony Parsons as a "dazzling hero of political incorrectness". The Economist, on the subject of road pricing in UK, has also described him as a "skilful propagandist for the motoring lobby". He has presented the show as a guest host 5 times, one episode he hosted was in the same series as Angus Deayton's final show.
  • Jeremy has two friends Richard who eats everything and James who is very slow. He is also very controversial and hated by almost everyone in Koridai and Gamelon. The TV show Top Gear is said to a particularly dangerous source to use as YouTube Pooper CheesePieWithChips has on ocasions taken his own poops down in fear of the BBC removing his channel.
  • Sir Jeremy Clarkson started off as a small-time magazine journalist and bongo flick fluffer before becoming the principal wazzock of Top Gear. The programme features interminable reviews of very fast and expensive cars that the viewing public can't afford to even look at - and lots of exploding stuff. Mainly caravans. Because of his sudden popularity after destroying such irritating vehicles, Clarkson was appointed by Her Majesty to become the Prime Minister, after Parliament ran out of sense - he accepted her challenge - "how hard can it be..." . Jeremy Clarkson continues to work for the BBC, writes smug, ill-informed columns for Sunday broadsheet newspapers and is officially recognised by the Jimmy Saville Foundation as the world's biggest, heterosexual, Posh, Professional Yorkshire Man.
  • Jeremy Clarkson is a motoring "journalist" and "television presenter". A typical Yorkshireman, he ranks just above Bernard Manning in the "I'm a northerner so I can call everyone a moron" stakes. He has presented numerous television shows, including Top Gear, Have I Got News For You, Motorworld and Clarkson's car years. The latter title is a reference to how old Clarkson actually is: despite the fact 50 is middle aged in human years, in fact thinks he is a car, making him long past retirement age in "car years". He likes to claim a pension because of this.
  • Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear does a lot of very stupid and ridiculous things which never really get him anywhere.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born April 11, 1960) is an English broadcaster, journalist and writer who specialises in motoring. He is best known for his former role on the BBC TV show Top Gear along with co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May. He provided his voice and likeness for the character of announce Adrian in "Live and Let Drive". On March 24, 2015, it was announced that Clarkson was sacked from Top Gear for assaulting a producer.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11th April 1960) is a British broadcaster and journalist who was the main presenter of the first series of Robot Wars.
  • Born on 11th of April 1960 in Doncaster to teacher Shirley Gabrielle Ward and travelling salesman Edward Grenville "Eddie" Clarkson, his parents ran a business selling condoms. They put the young Jeremy's name down in advance for a number of public schools with no idea how they were going to pay the fees, until at the last moment, when he was 13, they made two Paddington Bear stuffed toys for each of their children. These proved so popular that they started selling them through the business with sufficient success to be able to pay the fees for Clarkson to attend Repton School. He was later expelled for "drinking, smoking and generally making a nuisance of himself." As a pre-pubescent youth, Clarkson played the role of a public schoolboy, Taplin, in a BBC radio Children's Hour serial adaptation of Anthony Buckeridge's Jennings novels until his voice broke. His first job was as a travelling salesman for his parents' business selling Paddington Bear toys, after which he trained as a journalist with the Rotherham Advertiser. For an episode of the first series of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are? broadcast in November 2004, Clarkson was invited to investigate his family history. It included the story of his great-great-great grandfather John Kilner (1792–1857), who invented the Kilner jar: a receptacle for preserved fruit. Clarkson married his agent and manager, Frances Cain, in May 1993 in Fulham. The couple currently live in the town of Chipping Norton, situated in the Cotswolds, with their three children (Emily born August 1994, Finlo born March 1996, and Katya born November 1998). Clarkson also has a flat in Bayswater as a base in London for working. The couple bought a lighthouse as a further home on Frances' family home of the Isle of Man. Known for buying him car-related gifts, for Christmas 2007 Clarkson's wife bought him a Ford Street Ka 2005 reg. He was previously married to Alexandra Hall for one year. In spite of his penchant for fast driving and high performance cars, Clarkson has been reported as having a clean licence. Nonetheless, he readily discusses high speed driving on public roads; in a November 2005 article in The Sunday Times, Clarkson wrote, while discussing the Bugatti Veyron, "On a recent drive across Europe I desperately wanted to reach the top speed but I ran out of road when the needle hit 240mph", and later, in the same article, "From the wheel of a Veyron, France is the size of a small coconut. I cannot tell you how fast I crossed it the other day. Because you simply wouldn’t believe me." Clarkson's work on Top Gear came to end in March of 2015 when he was suspended by the BBC following a fracas with producer Oisin Tymon. On the 25th of March, 2015 BBC director-general Tony Hall announced that the corporation would not be renewing Jeremy Clarkson's contract on Top Gear, effectively dismissing him as a presenter on the show. As of present, it is unclear how Clarkson's co-stars, Hammond and May, will act with regards to their employment with the BBC.
  • thumb|200px|Clarkson po usłyszeniu czegoś ciekawego... [[Plik:Mlodyjeremy.jpg|thumb|200px|Jak widać kiedyś Jeremy miał całkiem sporo włosów (tak to afro należy do niego), teraz nie ma już nawet tego...]] In the world Clarkson mówiący o dowolnej rzeczy Clarkson pozytywnie zaskoczony Clarkson zachwycony Clarkson podczas jazdy samochodem Clarkson o swoich kolegach z programu Jeremy Clarkson (ur. 11 kwietnia 1960, pseudonim operacyjny: „Jezza”) – angielski dziennikarz telewizyjny zajmujący się testowaniem zabawkowych samochodów. Jego największym osiągnięciem było zostanie prezenterem programu Top Gear. Obecnie tworzy nowy program motoryzacyjny dla Amazon. Clarkson jest zdecydowanym przeciwnikiem komunizmu i ekologicznej paranoi. Walczy z nimi paląc i niszcząc Morisy Marina oraz paląc i niszcząc opony we wszystkich innych autach. Jeśli jakiś pojazd miałby wytrzymać jego styl jazdy, to być może jest to czołg. Jednak JC pchał się do testowania możliwie wszystkich super aut w Top Gear. Jest to o tyle komiczne, że ciężko o gorszego kandydata do siedzenia w ciasnych, sportowych wnętrzach, niż dwumetrowy, łysy facet. By nie tylko on był upokorzony, podrzuca Hammondowi testy wielkich SUVów i muscle carów. Jego ulubionym autem zawsze był Ford GT, którego kochał tak bardzo, że chętnie go odsprzedał. Jest też posiadaczem zabytkowej wersji najnowszego Mercedesa SL55 AMG oraz Volvo XC90, w którym by złożyć siedzenia, musi zawołać żonę. Miesza z błotem kolegów z programu, Francję, własną matkę, i Busha. Prędzej się zesra, niż powie coś miłego. Polacy go nie lubią, gdyż w zamierzchłych czasach w swoim programie zrobił niechlubną recenzję Poloneza 1500.
  • Jeremy Clarkson voices Harv, Lightning McQueen's agent in Cars for the UK version of the film. He is well known for hosting the car show Top Gear in the UK.
  • Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born April 11, 1960) is an English broadcaster, journalist and writer who was best known for co-presenting the BBC television show Top Gear until his contract with the BBC expired on March 25, 2015 after he verbally and physically attacked a Top Gear producer over a dispute at a hotel while filming on location. He voiced Lightning McQueen's agent Harv in the United Kingdom version of the 2006 Disney/Pixar film Cars.
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