He married Isabel Grace Davidson on 14 September 1984 in Cambridge. They have a twin son and daughter born in July 1993. His grandparents were Jewish Ukrainians who moved to the United States.
After two strangers on his London street had asked if they could use his lavatory at 5am in 2002, and he agreed to let them do so, they then stole his credit cards and other belongings. He retrieved his credit cards after chasing the accomplices in his dressing gown and pyjamas. He once declared that he would rather beg on the street than let his children go to an inner city comprehensive school.
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