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Phil Vickery MBE DL

“The Raging Bull” - Rugby Union Legend, Celebrity Masterchef Winner

Phil Vickery MBE DL is one of the legends of Rugby Union. Capped 73 times for his country, and twice a British & Irish Lion, he also captained England at the 2007 World Cup and was part of the historic team that lifted the Webb Ellis trophy in 2003. Although retired from the game he is still actively involved through coaching and commentating. His views are regularly sought by the media and he writes regular columns for the national press.


He was awarded an MBE in 2003, appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Gloucestershire in 2015 and is an ambassador for The Prince of Wales Trust in June 2017 he became a non-executive director at Creed Food Services. He also has his own clothing company Raging Bull Leisurewear.

Also available for voiceover work. Phil was born in Cornwall and has subtle westcountry accent.





Phil is the son of farmer and his brother still runs the family farm in Cornwall. He has a passion for the outdoors, farming, the countryside and for inspiring people to eat well.

Phil was something of a sensation as a dab hand in the kitchen winning the 2011 series of Master Chef.

He is often seen on television either commentating or hosting or cooking on multiple mid-morning shows and at food demonstrations.

He has just recently been made a patron of The Country Food Trust Charity which produces food and donates it to people in need. Their aim is to feed over one million people in the next five years.





Born: 14th March 1976

Nationality: England

Teams: London Wasps (2006-2010), Gloucester Rugby (1995-2006)

Honours: England (73 caps), British & Irish Lions (5 caps)

Lives in Gloucestershire with his wife Kate and children Megan and Harry.

He was awarded an MBE in 2003, appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Gloucestershire in 2015

Founder of the successful sportswear company Raging Bull.

By arrangement with H Talent Management

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