No, not that one -- who's the Chris Evans taking the Top Gear driving seat? - CNN

British TV and radio personality Chris Evans, with his distinctive red hair and thick-rimmed glasses, will replace Jeremy Clarkson as lead presenter of a new "Top Gear" line-up, the BBC announced Tuesday. The 49-year-old Evans, a veteran TV and radio personality with a long history of working with the BBC, has had his share of controversy, but his high-octane personality and love of cars makes him a natural choice for replacing Clarkson. New host: "Cheeky" and "unpredictable" "I am so delighted that Chris will be presenting the next series of Top Gear. His knowledge of and passion for cars are well-known and combined with his sheer inventiveness and cheeky unpredictability he is the perfect choice to take our much-loved show into the future," Kim Shillinglaw, controller of BBC Two and BBC Four,... Evans came to fame in the UK in 1992, with morning TV show "The Big Breakfast" on Channel 4 -- a hyperactive, ramshackle mishmash of games, witty back-and-forth and phone-ins, after making a name for himself on London radio. Evans enjoyed years of fame and notoriety as the host of the Big Breakfast and a host of subsequent light entertainment shows, including "TFI Friday," another breathless format involving bands, celebrities, outlandish stunts and in-jokes. Source: