Andrew Kambites is a leading English bridge teacher and author and lives in Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Kerry was born in Warrington in 1980. She was propelled into the limelight upon joining the hugely successful band Atomic Kitten, before leaving in 2001 after the birth of her first daughter. As well as winning I'm a Celebrity... Get me out of Here! she has been a presenter on Loose Women, starred in the Irish TV series Showbands, and has had a prime time ITV documentary, My Fair Kerry. More recently she starred with her husband Mark in Crazy in Love on MTV. Her memoir Too Much, Too Young, was a Sunday Times bestseller.http://www.facebook.com/officialkerrykatonahttp://kerrykatona.biz/https://twitter.com/KerryKatona7
Hugh Kelsey will always be remembered as one of the all-time great bridge writers and analysts. He was the author of more than 50 outstanding bridge books and was the bridge advisor and editor for the Master Bridge Series from its foundation.
Cathryn Kemp is an award-winning journalist and author. She has written across the spectrum of the British press, both tabloid and broadsheet, and online, and for many magazines. In 2002 she won the Peter Wilson Award for Journalism before running her own, highly successful press agency writing for radio and television. She is the author of PAINKILLER ADDICT, published by Piatkus in 2012, which won the Big Red Read Prize for non-fiction in 2013. This is a personal and lovingly crafted account of her grandmother's life and her legacy.
'Hooray' Hilda Kemp was born in 1922 and worked in a fish-and-chip shop in South London in the 1950s and 60s. Before she died (in her 80s) she told her life story to her granddaughter, the journalist and author Cathryn Kemp. She was a larger-than-life character who, despite her difficult life, was known for her indomitable good humour and her tough spirit throughout her hardships.
H Kimmel (born 1965) is an American author and storyteller. She was born in New Castle, Indiana, and was raised in Mooreland, Indiana, the focus of her US number one bestselling memoir, A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana (2001).
In the 1980s Alice King was one of hte nation's best-known wine writers, with columns in the Daily Mail and regular TV and radio appearances; Tesco appointed her to be their face of wine, and she was the author of a dozen bestselling books on wine, including The Hamlyn Atlas of Wine.
In a career spanning almost 20 years Mary King has become one of British Eventing's icons and a regular member of the British team.The risks of riding were brought home to her in 2001 when she broke her neck in a fall, from which she fortunately fully recovered. For many young mothers that would have been a signal to hang up their boots but Mary fought her way back to fitness and back into the British squad for the World Championships in 2002. By her own admission Mary, now 47, finds it extraordinary that she became interested in horses as her parents were anything but keen. Her father, a retired naval officer, became a verger and at the age of six Mary began to ride the vicar's pony. Inspired by a visit to Badminton Horse Trials, Mary worked tirelessly on a butcher's delivery round and as a gardener, cook and chalet girl ¿ anything to fund her eventing career. She became head girl to Sheila Willcox, a former European Champion and Badminton winner, and in 1985 she made her Badminton debut, finishing in seventh position. In 1992 she added her name to the famous trophy with her great horse King William, the only horse to accumulate more than 2000 points in competition, and she achieved her second Badminton victory in 2000 with Star Appeal. Her glittering career has brought four team gold medals at World and European Championships and the title of British Champion a record four times. She has also represented Britain at the last three Olympic Games. Mary is married with two children and lives near Sidmouth in Devon.
Nemir Kirdar is the founder, Executive Chairman and CEO of the global investment group, Investcorp, which has operations in New York, London and the Arabian Gulf. Born in Iraq, he is now a British citizen and lives in London. He is also the author of Saving Iraq and In Pursuit of Fulfilment.
Ron Klinger is a leading international bridge teacher and has represented Australia in world championships since 1976. An Australian Grand Master and a World Bridge Federation International Master, he has written over 60 books, some of which have been translated into Bulgarian, Chinese, Danish, French, Hebrew and Icelandic. He has created many new bridge ideas and devised a number of conventions. He lives in NSW, Australia, and has written a daily bridge column in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sun-Herald for many years.
Kohl was born in 1930, married in 1960. Educated at Frankfurt and Heidelberg universities. Leader of the CDU in the Rhineland Palatinate from 1963. Leader of the Opposition in the Budestag 1976-82.
Today the name of the Kooler Design Studio is synonymous with quality designs from Linda Gillum, Nancy Rossi, Barbara Baatz, Jorja Hernandez, Sandy Orton, Holly DeFount, Deanna Hall West and Donna Kooler. These designs are in demand all over the world and are regularly featured in magazines, books, leaflets and kits.
Roman Krzemien is a certified bridge teacher, author of four bridge books, and has trained and captained the Polish National Women's Team for many years.
KSI (real name Olajide Olatunji) is truly a phenomenon. His YouTube channels have hits of more than a billion, and over 12M subscribers, making him the most watched individual online in the UK. If you know males aged 14-24, you know someone who has watched his videos, and he's ranked as one of the top 10 most popular people in the UK, with massive engagement for his comedy, football, gaming and music content.YouTube: www.youtube.co.uk/user/KSIOlajidebtTwitter: @KSIOlajidebtFacebook: www.facebook.com/KSIOlajidebtInstagram: @therealksi
Evi Kurz was born in Furth and started her career as a journalist with Bavarian Television. She has made her name as the author, director and producer of TV documentaries for German television, notably DIE KISSINGER SAGA which was produced by her company TimeLineFilm and was a spectacular success in 2006.