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Simon Reeve

Author from United Kingdom

Simon Reeve Simon Reeve (born 1972) is a British author, adventurer and TV presenter. Based in London, he makes travel documentaries in little-known areas of the world and has written books on international terrorism, modern history and about his adventures. Reeve has been around the world three times for the BBC television series Tropic of Cancer, Equator, and Tropic of Capricorn, and has travelled extensively in more than 100 countries, including troubled states in Africa, the Caucasus, Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Far East and Central Asia. Reeve is the New York Times bestselling author of The New Jackals (1998), One Day in September (2000) and Tropic of Capricorn (2007). He has received a One World Broadcasting Trust Award for an "outstanding contribution to greater world understanding", and the 2012 Ness Award from the Royal Geographical Society. Reeve was born and brought up in west London, and attended a local comprehensive school. He has said his childhood holidays were usually in Dorset, England, and that he rarely went abroad until he started work. After leaving school Reeve took a series of jobs, including working in a supermarket, a jewellery shop, and a charity  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1972
Place of birth
Greater London
Nationality
United Kingdom
Spouse(s)
Anya Reeve
Profession
Presenter, Journalist, Author

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