Tony Hawks (Al. 1976-78) was born and raised in Brighton and Hove and attended Brighton College for the Sixth Form, finishing in 1978. He is a comedian and author, very well known for his book Round Ireland with a Fridge, an account of his attempt to hitchhike around Ireland with a fridge to win a bar bet, selling over 800,000 copies.
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Tony follows up on his hugely successful bestseller "Round Ireland With a Fridge" with his new adventure "Once More Unto The Fridge".
I've done it! I've cycled from coast to coast with a small pig and rasied a lot of money for the Tony Hawks Centre, Moldova - thanks to your generosity!
Playing the Moldovans at Tennis is an independent British feature film that tells the true story of Tony Hawks (A. 1976-78) and the unlikely bet which turned into a life-changing adventure.