Greg Wallace grossed an incredible £ 1 million last year after his business empire collapsed in 2014.
The 55-year-old MasterChef judge, the director of Lobster Enterprises Ltd, paid over £ 120,000 in tax, meaning the company had sales of over £ 1m in 2019, according to the Companies House.
The former grocer, according to The Mirror, turned his career around by presenting jobs, bookstores, media interviews, and columns.
Battle fit: Greg Wallace, 55, grossed an incredible £ 1 million last year after his business empire collapsed in 2014
Greg was forced in 2014 Close his Wallace and Co restaurant in Putney, southwest London, and sell the parent company Wallace Cafes.
The closure came after the father of three closed Greggs Bar and Grill in Bermondsey, south London, in August, and his veggie dealers West Veg Ltd collapsed in March.
Greg is married to Anne-Marie Sterpini, 33, who is 21 years younger, and the couple shares the 14-month-old Sid.
TV Star: The former grocer turned his career by presenting jobs, bookstores, media interviews and columns
The TV star has redesigned itself in recent years after changing its diet and starting a fitness program.
Greg, who hosts the BBC show Inside The Factory, has documented his fitness trip on Instagram, where he does live workouts from his garden.
And he launches a £ 7 a month program that gives users access to "simple, healthy recipes," "exercise routines," and "psychology tips."
The ShowMe.Fit with Gregg Wallace website offers home-made recipes from Ms. Anna and fitness routines from personal trainer Danny Rai.
Before and after: The MasterChef star often shares with his followers before and after snapping
But while the star often eats indulgent dinners on Masterchef, he makes sure to watch his shot away from the camera.
And after his impressive weight loss, he often shows his chiseled abs and taut body on social media.
In a recent interview with the notebook, he said, "It's about weight loss and overall fitness, but it's not a diet. I've changed my lifestyle.
"I lost 4 stones and there is currently no way to eat a french fry. I couldn't get into a Vindaloo like I used to, I just didn't want to.
“When I eat pizza, I do it myself. I still like a glass of wine or beer. But do you remember when you first drank a cigarette or when you drank for the first time?
“If we can convince ourselves that beer, wine and tobacco taste good, it is much easier to convince your body that apple, banana and a glass of water are beautiful.
"In the end, you don't feel like you want the bad things."
Earlier this month, Gregg and his wife Anna appeared in their first joint television interview since welcoming their son Sid.
Body of Work: He recently announced his own fitness website after revising his lifestyle and diet, resulting in an incredible four stone weight loss
During Loose Women, the judge announced that he and the photographer had never had an argument when he gushed, "I hit the jackpot."
The media personality also discussed life with his in-laws and explained his new fitness project.
Gregg, who was divorced three times, praised his partner when he wrote to her that she "calmed" him in tense situations.
The moderator told panelists Janet Street Porter, Linda Robson, Andrea McLean and Brenda Edwards: “Honestly, we've never had an argument. I always thought love was some kind of lottery, but I just hit the jackpot.
"There have been a few times I've lost my temper with others, and it has calmed me down."
Gregg, who was holding Anna's hand nervously during the conversation, also raved about living with the parents of the brunettes in Kent.
Happy life: During Loose Women, the MasterChef judge announced that he and the 33-year-old photographer had never had an argument (pictured with their baby).
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