A. A. Gill Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Career, Net Worth, Wife

A.A. Gill

A. A. Gill was a successful British writer and critic. A. A. Gillis also was known for writing food and travel was a restaurant reviewer for The Sunday Times as well as a TV critic. know more about A. A. Gill Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Relationship & Facts.

A. A. Gill Death

On November 20, 2016, Gill wrote of his dedication to Formby in his Sunday Times column and also announced that he was suffering from cancer’s absolute English. In his final article published on December 11, 2016, in the Sunday Times Journal, he announced that he had a primary lung tumor with metastases to his neck and pancreas, and described the medical attention he was seeking, with a commentary on his experiences as a terminal cancer patient at the National Health Service. Sadly, on the morning of 10 December, 2016 Gill died in London at the age of 62.

A. A. Gill Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Siblings, Childhood & Education

A. A. Gill was born on 28 June 1954, in Edinburgh, Scotland. Whereas, he was born to (father) Michael Gill and (mother) Yvonne Gilan. Similarly, his father worked as a television producer and director and his mother was an actress. Additionally, he grew up with a brother named Nicholas. When he was one year old, his family moved back to the south of England. In 1964, he briefly appeared as a chess player in his parents ‘ movie The Peaches. Likewise, he belongs to British nationality.

Gill was enrolled at St Christopher’s Independent School, Letchworth, Hertfordshire, and later recalled his school experience in his novel The Angry Island. He moved to London after St Christopher’s to study at Saint Martin’s School of Art and the Slade School of Art, cultivating aspirations to become an artist.

After Gill’s art school, he spent six years signing on, trying to paint, until one day he realized that he was no good. Having left his interests in art at the age of 30 he spent several years working in restaurants and teaching cooking.

A. A. Gill Personal Life

Though, Gill had serious dyslexia and thus dictated much of his writing. Gill was married to the author Cressida Connolly from 1982 until 1983. After his separation from Cressida Connolly, he got married to Amber Rudd. Amber Rudd was a political journalist who later became a home secretary and state secretary.

Therefore, she worked as a home secretary and state secretary from 1990 to 1995. Whereas, the couple was blessed with two children. He then had a long-term relationship with Nicola Formby, Tatler’s editor-in-chief, for whom he leaves Rudd in 1995, writing as “The Blonde” in his column. They’d born twins in 2007.

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A. A. Gill’s Profession & Career

In his thirties Gill started his writing career, writing art reviews for little magazines. His first article for Tatler in 1991 was an account of being in a rehab facility, published under the pseudonym, Blair Baillie. He switched to The Sunday Times in 1993, where, according to Lynn Barber, he soon identified himself as their most brilliant star. He managed to report for the Sunday Times until his death in 2016 shortly before. Gill has contributed to Vanity Fair and GQ. For GQ, he wrote a series of columns on fatherhood and other topics. He has written for Esquire, where he worked as an agony uncle, Uncle Dysfunctional.

Whereas his travel writing articles have been published as AA Gill is Away (2002), Previous Convictions (2006) and AA Gill was Further Away (2011), Tatler and Sunday Times food writing as Table Talk (2007), and TV columns as Paper View (2008). He has written several books on individual restaurants and their cuisine – Ivy (1997), Le Caprice (1999), Breakfast at the Wolseley (2008), and Brasserie Zedel (2016).

He also wrote two critically negatively received novels-Sap Rising (1996) and Starcrossed (1999). Starcrossed won the Bad Sex in Literature Award from the Literary Review. He wrote books investigating England – The Angry Island (2005) – and the USA – The Golden Door (2012).

In 2014, Gill received an Amnesty International Media Award and a Women on the Move award for a series of Sunday Times Magazine stories on refugees in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jordan, and Lampedusa. In 2014, for his scathing review of Morrisey’s Autobiography. Gill also received the Hatchet Job of the Year Award. In 2015, he wrote a book, Pour Me.

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Real NameA. A. Gill
Nick NameA. A. Gill
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Age66 years old
BirthdayJune 28, 1954
Birth SignCancer
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Wife/SpouseCressida Connolly
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