The News Corp boss did not make a single reference to Dubai in his speech at Abu Dhabi’s glitzy media summit. But he still has links to the emirate’s high-profile business leaders (albeit via Kate Moss).
March 10, 2010 11:20 by kippreport
Working without scripts, teleprompters or cue cards, Ramsay hosts three popular shows on the Fox network – “Hell’s Kitchen”, “Kitchen Nightmares”, and the most recent “Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live.” Scottish by birth, the celebrity chef is always under the media spotlight, frequently for his “offensive” language on air.
Apart from hosting the TV shows, Ramsay has several restaurants across the world. He set up his first wholly owned restaurant, Gordon Ramsay, in Chelsea in 1998, and his first international restaurant, Verre, opened five years later in Dubai’s Hilton Creek hotel.
The chef has also doubled up as an author. His first book, “Passion for Flavour,” was published in 1996, and since then he has published many more, most recently, “Gordon Ramsay’s World Kitchen” in November 2009.
Ramsay has also been involved with many charity events; last year, he ran his 10th consecutive London Marathon, to raise money for the Scottish Spina Bifida Association. In 2006, he also captained a team in the Soccer Aid games, which was organized for raising money for the UNICEF by one of its ambassadors, British pop star…
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