Richard Mark Hammond is an English television presenter, writer, and journalist. He is best known for co-hosting the BBC Two car programme Top Gear from 2002 until 2015 with Jeremy Clarkson and James May. In 2016, Hammond began presenting The Grand Tour television series, produced by W. Chump & Sons. The show is co-presented with his former Top Gear co-hosts, Clarkson and May, as an exclusive distributed via Amazon Video to Amazon Prime customers. In November 2016, Hammond, alongside the co-presenters of The Grand Tour, Jeremy Clarkson and James May, launched the automotive social media website DriveTribe, where he regularly provides content on his tribe "Hammond's Fob Jockeys". He has also presented Brainiac: Science Abuse, Total Wipeout and Planet Earth Live.
|Born:||Richard Mark Hammond, December 19, 1969, Solihull, Warwickshire, England|
|Education:||Solihull School, Ripon Grammar School|
|Alma mater:||Harrogate College of Art and Technology|
|Employer:||W. Chump & Sons (co-owner), Amazon Video|
|Twitter:||Richard Hammond's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Richard Hammond's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Richard Hammond's IMDb|
About Richard Hammond
Broadcast journalist, writer, and entertainer who co-hosted Top Gear, which won an International Emmy Award in 2005.
He attended Harrogate College of Art and Technology.
He appeared on the show Planet Earth Live with Julia Bradbury.
He has two children, Willow and Isabella, with his wife Mindy Hammond, whom he married in 2002.
He co-hosted Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson.
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