Jeremy Clarkson Net Worth: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Will Stop Next Season ITV CEO Announces

Clarkson, Jeremy Charles Robert, was born in England on April 11, 1960, and he works as a journalist, game show host, and author focusing on cars. He gained fame alongside Richard Hammond and James May on the Top Gear and The Grand Tour vehicle shows.

He presently contributes weekly columns to both The Sunday Times and The Sun. Clarkson has hosted Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on ITV since 2018. Clarkson gained notoriety as a local journalist in northern England before hosting the first Top Gear in 1988.

Since the mid-1990s, he has established himself as a well-known figure in the British media, both as the host of his own BBC shows and as a frequent guest on others.


Jeremy Clarkson Net Worth

Jeremy Clarkson Net Worth
Jeremy Clarkson Net Worth

Clarkson is worth an estimated £55.8 million, making him far more wealthy than his The Grand Tour co-stars Richard Hammond (£33 million) and James May (£20 million).

W Chump & Sons, the television production firm they own with Andy Wilman, a former executive producer of Top Gear, gained almost £8 million in earnings off of the first season of The Grand Tour.

A mashup of their surnames resulted in W. Chump & Sons. The firm employs roughly twenty people. A three-season deal is allegedly worth £160 million was inked by Clarkson, Hammond, and May with the e-commerce powerhouse.

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Illicit Encounters polled 2,000 female users to determine whether 50 of the year’s most renowned and culturally significant names had the highest “affair factor” or sex appeal. According to them, Clarkson topped Match of the Day host Gary Lineker (7.5) with 8 out of 10 points.

After being fired from hosting Who Wants to Be a Millionaire by ITV earlier this week for scandalous statements he made about the Duchess of Sussex in a newspaper column, his unexpected victory is quite a turn-up for the books.

Jeremy Clarkson Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Will Stop Next Season ITV CEO Announces

The head of ITV, Carolyn McCall, has confirmed to Variety that Jeremy Clarkson will leave his hosting role after the upcoming season, which is now in production. The essay the “Grand Tour” host wrote for the British tabloid The Sun in December caused quite a stir in the media.

Clarkson wrote that the Duchess of Sussex* should be made to parade around the streets naked while having “lumps of feces hurled at her,” prompting an investigation by the British media regulator IPSO.

We have a binding agreement. “We have a contract for this [season]. Therefore, we will finish it,” McCall explained. And after that, we have nothing else planned. We haven’t spoken anything to the press either.

Stellify Media of Sony Pictures Television produces the show. When asked if there had been any talks with ITV regarding a possible continuation of the show in the future, McCall shrugged. (Sony did not want to address this rumor.)

Variety is awarding McCall the title of International Media Woman of the Year. The CEO gave an in-depth interview for the cover story, in which she talked about her motivations, her connections to the network’s roster of stars, and her hopes for the future of their streaming service, ITVX.

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