Know about James May's net worth, Lego house, Tv shows and Personal life
Who is James May?
James Daniel May, best known as a co-presenter of the motoring program Top Gear was born on 16 January 1963 in Bristol, England. He is a Television presenter, author, columnist, and journalist. As of 2016, he is a director of the production corporation W. Chump & Sons (founded July 2015). James May was presented an honorary degree by Lancaster University in July 2010.
James May’s Net Worth
James Daniel has an estimated net worth of $ 12 million according to Spears as of 2017. He has a lot of cars including Saab 9-5 Aero, Bentley T2, Rolls Royce Phantom, Triumph 2000, Rover P6, Alfa Romeo 164, Rolls-Royce Corniche, Jaguar XJS, Range Rover Classic Vogue, Fiat Panda, Datsun 120Y, Porsche 911 Carrera S, Vauxhall Cavalier Mk1, Ferrari F430, Ferrari 458 Italia, Porsche 911, Porsche Boxster S, BMW i3, and Ferrari 458 Speciale respectively. May also owns and uses frequently a Brompton folding bicycle and a light aircraft which he bought after obtaining his light aircraft pilot's license in 2006.
James May’s Lego House
May had set what he thought would be a new world record: becoming the first man to live in a fully functioning house made of Lego. But the plastic brick house and its tragic end have affected him rather more intensely. The story of May's house, however, which will be programmed on BBC2 later this month as part of his new series, James May's Toy Stories, does not end so well. The plastic bricks are to be donated to aid once the house on the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, Surrey, has been destroyed. A move to Legoland in Windsor, Berks, fell finished when staff appreciated it would have cost more than $60,000 to pull to pieces it and reassemble it.
The Tv Shows of James May
May’s biggest effort on TV was co-presenting the ‘Top Gear’ series in 1999. He later co-presented the re-energized series of the show in its second season in 2003. He flocks some popular vehicles on the show, counting a Bugatti Veyron($ 1.5 million) at 253 mph. He also trekked to the magnetic North Pole in 2007, using an improved Toyota Hilux. James May has operated on many science-related shows, typically as a presenter. He offered ‘Inside Killer Sharks’, a documented for Sky. He also glided in a Royal Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon and recorded a speed around 1320 mph; this was televised for the program ‘James May's 20th Century.’ Later he was offered TV shows like ‘James May on the Moon’ and ‘James May at the Edge of Space’ respectively. For shelling the latter, he hovered in the stratosphere in a US Air Force Lockheed U-2 spy plane.
In the Personal life of James May
James May is married to Sarah Frater. The duo has been together for over 16 years now. The couple does not have any children. He is a diesel-powered freak and has preserved over a dozen new and custom-made vehicles over the years. He also embraces a light aircraft pilot's license which he gained in 2006.