Paul Hollywood’s Shoe Size and Body Statistics
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Paul Hollywood is a British celebrity chef and television personality, best known as a judge on the The Great British Bake Off. He has written a number of books, including How to Bake, Paul Hollywood’s Bread, 100 Great Breads, Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds, The Great British Bake Off, Bread, and American Baking Competition. Paul has also appeared in guest spots on a number of television programmes, including The Generation Game, The Heaven and Earth Show, This Morning, and The Alan Titchmarsh Show. Born Paul John Hollywood on March 1, 1966 in Wallasey, Cheshire, England, to parents Gillian M. Harman and John F. Hollywood, his siblings are Lee Hollywood and Jason Hollywood. Paul started his career at his father’s bakery as a teenager and went on to become head baker at a number of hotels including The Dorchester, Chester Grosvenor and Spa, and the Cliveden Hotel. He had a son named Josh Hollywood with Alexandra Hollywood, whom he was married to from 1998 to 2019.
Body Statistics Table
Paul Hollywood's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.71 m, 5′7½” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||77 kg, 170 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Unknown|
|Bra Size (US)||Unknown|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||Unknown|
|Shoe Size (US)||Unknown|
|Dress Size (US)||Unknown|
Paul Hollywood Inspirational Quotes
Baking is therapy.
In recent years, I’ve begun the year by driving across France to the Alps, abandoning the January gloom for Alpine winter sun, even if the ski-goggles do give you panda marks when you get a tan. As a child, I was always a bit of a billygoat when I’d go camping with my mates in North Wales, around Snowdonia.
I’ve seen so many kids walking to school with these massive high energy drinks, and they are nine or 10. I’m like, ‘What?’ It was a treat for me. It is still a treat for my family.
One day, I’ll disappear and hide in a corner of Britain. I’ll own a bakery in a village, live above it, have a big garden because I like mowing. I want to get up when I feel like it, let people queue for my products, and when they’re gone, shut the shop and think about tomorrow. Creating magic – that’s my dream. And I’ll do it.
For me, it is always part of my holiday to go and work my way along the shelf in the local artisan bakery with its breads, savoury tartlets, pastries and cakes. It is soul food: one of those things that tells you about a place and the history of a place and its people.