James May | TVBuzer
Played episodes: 590
Height: 6'
Birth Name: James Daniel May
Date Of Birth: Jan 16, 1963 (56 years)
Nickname: Captain Slow
Place of Birth: Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
 
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James Daniel May was born on 16 January 1963 in Bristol, England, UK. Heis a journalist and television presenter who is best known as co-hostof popular motoring program "Top Gear". He also writes a weekly columnfor "The Daily Telegraph" newspaper, as well as regular contributionsto "Top Gear" magazine. James attended Oakwood Technology College(1975-1980) and studied music at Lancaster University (1981-1983). Hebegan his journalism career as a sub-editor for "Autocar" and "TheEngineer" magazines before his vast motoring knowledge landed him hiscurrent job as a television presenter. On "Top Gear" James is known as"Captain Slow" as he regularly finishes last in their high speed trackraces, as well as for his laconic presenting style. James currentlylives in Hammersmith, London, with his cat, Fusker. He is unmarried andhas no children. moreless
 
 
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James May in The Grand Tour (2016): Season 4, Episode 1 | TVBuzer

The Grand Tour (2016): Season 4, Episode 1

Aired: Dec 13, 2019

In the first of a series of feature length Specials, Clarkson, Hammond and May take a one time only break from cars and set out on an epic journey across Cambodia and Vietnam...in boats. This adventure packed voyage sees the hapless trio experience thrills, spills and genuine danger as they try to n... more

 
 
 
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The former Top Gear presenters sign a deal with Amazon for a new car show

Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May are to present a new motoring show which will be available to Amazon Prime customers around the world.The presenters left Top Gear after Jeremy Clarkson was let go from the show after being involved in an incident with a member of the production staff. more

 
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  • 2007 (1)

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      • Royal Television Society, UK Best Presenterfor:"Top Gear" (2002). Shared with:Jeremy ClarksonRichard Hammond
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