|Birth Day||July 8, 1955|
|Age||65 YEARS OLD|
Television host known for his work on the BBC show Gardeners' World. He also worked for The Observer as a gardening columnist and hosted such Channel 4 programs as Lost Gardens and Real Gardens.
He attended Quidhampton School before being accepted into Magdalene College, Cambridge.
He and his wife established a costume jewelry company called Monty Don Jewellery.
He replaced Alan Titchmarsh as the host of Gardeners' World.