Jeremy Clarkson


Jeremy Clarkson is a famous TV presenter and a current host of Amazon’s new series The Grand Tour. Presenting The Grand Tour alongside Richard Hammond & James May, the three hosts have become something of an iconic trio. Prior to presenting ‘The Grand Tour’, Clarkson was a presenter on the famous BBC Two show, Top Gear.

Clarkson has also worked on a multitude of BBC Documentaries, chat shows and programmes alike. As well as his television work, Clarkson is also a respected author and journalist, writing regular columns for The Sunday Times and The Sun.

As a TV presenter, Clarkson’s tongue-in-cheek style of delivery has often landed him in hot water, yet remains a firm favourite amongst millions across the world.

Available for question and answer sessions, event hosting and anecdotal speeches, Clarkson is an ideal personality for your event, ensuring all guests are having an enjoyable and entertaining time whilst everything runs smoothly to plan.

Equally at home, providing views of motoring and motorsport as he is producing a cynical view of the environment and current affairs, Clarkson’s bunt and witty approach make him a firm favourite with audiences. Now watched in over a staggering 100 countries across the globe, The Grand Tour is a worldwide sensation, featuring the latest supercars as well as embarking on epic adventures in often quite different locations.

Clarkson has hosted a wide range of television programmes throughout his career, including Jeremy Clarkson’s Speed, Star Cars, Motorworld, Extreme Machines and most recently, The Grand Tour. Clarkson’s informative, yet informal style of relatable presenting allow him to relate to a wide range of audiences and create well rounded and finished productions.

To book Jeremy Clarkson to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Jeremy is known to cover the following topics:

  • The British Motor Industry
  • The Grand Tour
  • Car Mechanics