An English TV presenter as well as a journalist James May is mostly known for his work as a co-presenter of a motoring program known as Top Gear along with Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond. He has presented other programs on the themes which also include science and technology, wine culture, toys, as well as the plight of manliness in modern times. In addition to that, he has also wrote the weekly column for the Daily Telegraph’s motoring section from the year 2003 till 2011.

James May is a tall guy with the towering height of 183 cm that is six feet. He is the native of Briston, England. He came into this world on 16th January of the year 1963 which has now made him at the age of 52. Although he is known by the name James May, as a child, he was named as James Daniel May. He was born as one among the four children to his parents. His other siblings include two sister and a brother. He went to get his education from the Caerleon Endowed Junior School located in Newport. James spent his teenage years in the South Yorkshire. There, he attended the Oakwood Comprehensive School in the Rotherham. He was also a choirboy at the Whiston Parish Church.

James was a keen flautist as well as pianist. He had studied the music at the Pendle College, Lancaster University. After getting graduated, he briefly started to work at the hospital in Chelsea as a records officer and he also had a short stint in civil service. A hardworking as well as talented James has the estimated net worth of $13 million. At present, he is residing in Hammersmith, West London together with is partner Sarah Frater who is a dance critic. The couple has been in a relationship with each other since the year 2000. In addition to that, he owned many cars as well as several of the motorcycles.

In August of the year 2009, May built a full sized house out of Lego at the Denbies Wine Estate in the Surrey. His other past TV credits include being the presenter of Driven on the Channel 4 in 1998, co-hosting ITV1 coverage of 2006 London Boat Show, and narrating the eight part BBC One series known as Road Rage School. His other TV credits include Building Cars Live, Top Gear, James May’s Top Toys and many more. More details about him and his interview can be found from various sources.  

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