He has changed the way Britain eats, has cooked for prime ministers, has thrown Hollywood actresses out of his restaurants, is one of only three chefs in England whose restaurant is rated at three Michelin stars, and is on record for swearing more times in a single hour of prime-time television than somebody in the history of British broadcasting. Better known in america as the host of FOX&aposs Hell&aposs Kitchen, this former professional soccer player is among the most driven, successful, and angry chefs around, and this first major biography details his story. Nothing is off-limits when Ramsay talks. He discusses the violent, alcoholic, absent father who died just days after the pair had been reconciled as adults; the most productive friend and protégé whose abnormal suicide came hours after the two had shared a final meal; the decade-long battle to save his younger brother from heroin addiction and crime; and the real for the reason that Ramsay wasn&apost at the birth of any of his four children—and has never changed a diaper in his life. Every now and then hilarious and regularly heartbreaking, Gordon Ramsay&aposs inspiring tale runs from the low-income housing of Glasgow to the picture-postcard countryside of Stratford-upon-Avon to one of the most finest and most expensive restaurants on this planet.