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A.A. Gill (1954–2016)

A. A. Gill is a respected writer and a fearsome critic. He is the TV and restaurant critic for The Sunday Times and a contributing editor to "GQ" magazine, "Vanity Fair" and "Australian Gourmet Traveller". He suffers from a severe form of dyslexia and, consequently, all of his works are written by dictation. He was born Adrian Anthony Gill and uses... See full bio »

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(age 62) in England, UK

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Known For

Frost on Interviews
(2012)
Identity Crisis
Identity Crisis Himself
(2008)
Project Catwalk
Project Catwalk Himself - Guest Panelist
(2006)
Happy Birthday BBC Two
(2004)

Filmography

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 1965 The Peaches (Short)
Bespectacled Chess Player (uncredited)
 1962 The Caucasian Chalk Circle (TV Mini-Series)
Michael
- Part 3 (1962) ... Michael (as Adrian Gill)
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2 Articles | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

A A Gill | AA Gill | Adrian Gill
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Personal Quote:

In the 100 years when we really got serious about education as a universally good idea, we've managed to take the fifteen years of children's lives that should be the most carefree, inquisitive and memorable and fill them with a motley collection of stress and a neurotic fear of failure. Education is a dress-up box of good intentions, swivel-eyed utopianism, cruel competition, guilt, snobbery, ... See more »

Trivia:

Restaurant and TV critic; also a travel writer and son of Michael Gill and Yvonne Gilan.

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Cancer

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