Keith Floyd was an English celebrity cook, restaurateur, television personality and bon viveur who hosted cooking shows for the BBC and published many books combining cookery and travel. On television, his eccentric style of presentation – usually drinking wine as he cooked and talking to his crew – endeared him to millions of viewers worldwide.
|Born:||28 December 1943, Reading, Berkshire, England|
|Died:||September 14, 2009, Bridport, Dorset, England|
|Occupation:||Celebrity cook, television personality, businessman, restaurateur, author|
|Spouse(s):||Jesmond Ruttledge (1968–, divorced), Julie Hatcher (1982–, divorced), Shauna Mullett (1991–94, divorced), Teresa Smith (1995–2008, divorced)|
|Partner(s):||Celia Martin (-2009, his death)|
|IMDb:||Keith Floyd’s IMDb|
About Keith Floyd
British celebrity chef and cooking show host who became a television personality and author.
He once worked as a reporter for the Bristol Evening Post.
He appeared in a documentary film with Keith Allen.
He married four times and fathered two children.
He admired the culinary genius of fellow celebrity chef Julia Child.
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- People educated at Wellington School, Somerset
- English restaurateurs
- English television chefs
- Royal Tank Regiment officers
- English expatriates in France
- English autobiographers
- Graduates of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
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