Is This the New 'Top Gear' Trio?
Take a look at the three faces you see above. You could be looking at the new
and improved crew that will replace Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond when BBC's Top Gear returns to your television screen. At least, according to the UK's Express.
On the left is Philip Glenister, a 52-year-old English actor who has most recently appeared in television shows The Hollow Crown, Outcast, and Big School. In the middle is 33-year-old Guy Martin, who is full-time motorcycle racer and part-time television host. And, last but not least, is 36-year-old Jodie Kidd, who is a host on a program called The Classic Car show.
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The replacement cast for the wildly popular car show is (as you likely already know) because Clarkson was fired for a fracas with a fellow BBC employee, and Hammond and May made it clear that they would not continue without him. So, to varying levels of disappointment, the show as viewers know it is done.
Since this all went down, the original trio made it known that there are most definitely plans to create a different car show elsewhere. Rumors have swirled that Clarkson was even in talks with Netflix, but as of now, that's just chatter. Updates to come, if any of this is confirmed.
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