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Jeremy Ripp

International relations was Jeremy's focus area at what is now Swansea Metropolitan University. Jeremy's mum Eve seperated from his dad Milton in 1993. Jeremy has three sisters Jo, Rhonda and Eve Ripp. Jeremy has two cousins Penny Ripp and Rene Ripp. There is little Jeremy likes more than playing guitar. Candy Ripp and Jeremy Ripp have been married since 2007. Jeremy is a big Sunderland fan and likes to watch them when he is free. He can also speak German. Jeremy's favourite television show is .

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Birth date - 1961
Height - 5ft 8
Eyes - Green
Complexion - Good
Spouse - Candy Ripp
Religion - Modern Guidance

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