Initially from Elizabeth, Ny, Tom Colicchio possesses a number of upscale eateries across America. From 2001 outstanding chefs been wed to his wife Lori Bush, a filmmaker, with whom he’s had three sons. The star got his first huge beginning with partner Danny Meyer when each started the Gramercy Tavern in 1994. In 2003 and 2005, Tom Colicchios company became the topic of critical acclaim when the Zagat Survey awarded the eatery the title Most Popular Eatery in Nyc. After several years of success and a continuing net of popular eateries, Tom Colicchio became the first Top Chef judge cast.
Tom Colicchio Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
In 2010, Tom Colicchio was given an Emmy in 2010 for Outstanding Reality Contest, in addition to the 2010 Excellent Chef award from the James Beard Foundation, an organization focused on rewarding exceptional professionals in the culinary arts. Supplementing his large revenue flows, Tom Colicchio has additionally written three cookbooks. Also, outstanding chefs made several star cameos and is now an executive producer for the creation A Position at the Table. Outstanding Chef has revealed no strategies for retirement in the immediate future, foreshadowing a sustained accumulation of riches. With various kinds of eateries across the country, a popular reality show standing, and noted cookbooks, his varied revenue flows promote his significant net worth. As an outcome of his job as a star chef, Tom Colicchio is worth 20 million dollars. The past couple of years he’s made about 2 million dollars, in part thanks to his network of eateries.
August 15, 1962
Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Chef, Film Producer, TV Personality, Author, Television producer, Actor
Lori Silverbush (m. 2001)
Mateo Lev Colicchio, Luka Bodhi Colicchio, Dante Colicchio
Beverly Colicchio, Thomas Colicchio
James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Chef, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program, James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant, James Beard Award for Best Chef: New York City, James Beard Award for Outstanding Service, James Beard Foundation Award for Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America, James Beard Award for General Cooking, James Beard Award for Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location, James Beard Award for Specials
James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Chef, for General Cooking, for Best New Restaurant, for Television Program, In Studio or Fixed Location, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
The Smurfs, The Restaurateur
Top Chef (2006), Best New Restaurant (2015), A Place at the Table (2012), "The Restaurateur" (2010)
Has two sons with Lori Silverbush, Luka (born 2009) and Mateo (born 2011). Oldest son, Dante (born 1993) from a prior relationship.
He is co-owner, founder and former executive chef of the Gramercy Tavern in New York City, which opened in 1994, which was voted Most Popular Restaurant in New York City by the Zagat Survey in 2003 and 2005. He sold his interest in Gramercy Tavern in 2006.
Is the recipient of five James Beard Foundation Medals for his cooking accomplishments.
Wrote Think Like a Chef: The Craft of Cooking.
I started cooking in kitchens right out of high school, and I was lucky to work with a lot of great people, but I had no idea it would turn into this. Of course no one should go into this business because they want to be the next Emeril.
It's my belief that cooking is a craft. I think that you can push it into the realm of art, but it starts with craft. It starts with an understanding of materials. It starts with an understanding of where foods are grown.