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A. A. Gill
also called A A Gill and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. Adrian Anthony Gill is a British newspaper columnist and writer, using the byline A. A. Gill

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  2. Gill's first wife was the author Cressida Connolly, a daughter of the writer Cyril Connolly

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  3. born June 28, 1954

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  4. currently employed by the Sunday Times as their restaurant reviewer and television critic

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  5. His essays are known for their humour and satirical content, but have caused offence to various groups, including the Welsh, Albanians, and Germans

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  6. born in Edinburgh, the son of television producer Michael Gill and his wife, actress Yvonne Gilan, and brother to Nick

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