Who is Giles Brandriff married to? Here is everything we know about Giles Wife And family.
Giles is a television presenter, theatre producer, politician, journalist, author, and publisher. He started his career as a media person in the early 1980s.
He took a break from media from 1992 to 1997 to focus on his political career. He resumed working for media after he was defeated in the 1997 election.
Giles Brandriff Wife: Who is Giles married to?
Brandriff is married to Michele Brown since 1973. His wife is a writer and publisher.
The couple currently resides in Barnes, Southwest London.
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They have 3 grown-up children. Their son Benet is a barrister, Saethryd is a journalist and Aphra is the financial director of a veterinary business.
Aphra also worked as a government economist and was also the Conservative candidate in the 2019 UK general election. She did not win the seat.
Giles Brandriff Age Explored
Giles is 73 years old as of 2021.
He was born on born on 8 March 1948 in Wuppertal, Germany. His father, Charles Brandreth served as a legal officer for the Allied Control Commission in Germany.
Brandriff moved to London with his parents at the age of 3.
is Brandriff On Wikipedia?
Giles Brandriff is available on Wikipedia under his real name, which is Gyles Brandreth.
He is a graduate of the University of Oxford. He started his career as a television presenter for TV-am’s show Good Morning Britain. He was also a part of Channel 4’s game show “Countdown” and BBC’s “The One Show”.
Giles was also frequently appeared in the radio program called “Just A Minute”. He is also the author of many fiction and non-fiction books.
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He had a brief political career from 9 April 1992 to 8 April 1997 as a member of the parliament for the City of Chester. Giles also worked as the Lord Commissioner of the Treasury from December 1996 to May 1997.