Antony Worrall Thompson


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Antony Worrall Thompson

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Antony Worrall Thompson was born on May 23, 1951 and is 71 years old now.

Birthday: May 23, 1951
How Old - Age: 71

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Antony Worrall Thompson - Biography

Henry Antony Cardew Worrall Thompson is an English restaurateur and celebrity chef, television presenter and radio broadcaster.
Thompson married Jill when he was 22; the couple divorced five years later. He subsequently married an Australian, Militza. The couple had two children and divorced. He is currently married to his third wife Jacinta Shiel. The couple live in High Wycombe and have two children. He also has a child from a brief liaison.

In January 2012, he received a police caution for shoplifting items, including wine and cheese, from the Henley-on-Thames branch of Tesco on a total of five occasions. Later in 2015 he spoke of how the total of 5 shoplifting attempts was £70.68 and how he thinks he did it for the excitement, he was depressed and sought counselling.
Worrall Thompson is a patron of FOREST, a UK-based, tobacco industry-financed lobby opposing government regulation of tobacco. In February 2010, in a feature for Radio 4's Woman's Hour, he said that he had given up smoking.
He has been involved in fundraising for the Conservative Party and supports British withdrawal from the European Union. In 2003, Worrall Thompson funded the Antony Worrall Thompson Trophy – a charity football cup played by 8 semi-professional teams in the summer, pre-season. However, due to Worrall Thompson's financial issues, the trophy lasted initially one year with the 2003-2004 final being contested between Altrincham F.C. and Northwich Victoria F.C.. Altrincham won the game 4–3. The tournament was resurrected in the 2017-2018 season. The final was played out between the Shirts and the Skins. Despite the Skins' journeyman captain, O'Mahony, giving it his all, O'Mahony failed to contain a sprightly Sanches who bagged a season's best of four goals in the 11-10 victory.