Gordon Ramsay And His Family
On 8 November 1966, Gordon Ramsay was born in Renfrewshire, Scotland, to Gordon James Ramsay, a man with no permanent profession and Helen Cosgrove, a nurse. He was raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, from five. He has an older sister named Diane, and two younger siblings, namely Ronnie and Yvonne. His early life was marked by abuse and neglect from his father, whom he later described as a ‘hard-drinking womanizer.’
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Gordon Ramsay was born on 8 November 1966, and according to the calculation, his current age is 55 years.
Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Gordon Ramsay is 188 cm and 1.88 m and feet inches- 6′ 2″. His weight is in kilograms- 70 kg. Weight.
Gordon Ramsay has a Waist Size of 32 Inches and a chest of 44 Inches, And biceps of 16 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Black colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing a shoe size 10.
Ramsay, known for his hot temper and high cooking standards on shows such as “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Kitchen Nightmares,” didn’t attend culinary school. He earned a degree in hotel management from North Oxon Technical College and then learned in the kitchens at Harvey’s and La Gavroche in London.
Ramsay married Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson alias Tana, a Montessori-trained schoolteacher, in 1996. They have four children, Megan, Holly, Jack, and Mathilda, living in Battersea, South London. This short-tempered yet highly likeable chef has a net worth of $190 million. His salary per TV episode is $225,000, and he earns an additional $10 million per year from media and restaurants. In 2014, Ramsay and his wife Tana set up the ‘Gordon and Tana Ramsay Foundation’ to make a meaningful difference to charities. The foundation is currently partnered with ‘Great Ormond Street Hospital.’
By the time he was 19, he had become serious about acquiring a culinary qualification and enrolled at ‘North Oxfordshire Technical College’ to study hotel management.
In the mid-1980s, he worked at the ‘Wroxton House Hotel’ and then at the ‘Wickham Arms.’ Later on, he moved to London, where he worked in many restaurants.
He worked for the temperamental Marco Pierre White at ‘Harveys’ for two years and ten months and then decided to study French cuisine. He began working for Albert Roux at ‘Le Gavroche’ in Mayfair on White’s advice.
After working at ‘Le Gavroche’ for a year, Roux invited him to work with him at ‘Hotel Diva,’ a ski resort in the French Alps. Ramsay later moved to Paris.
He continued in France for three years and benefited from the mentorship of Guy Savoy. He then accepted the less stressful work of a personal chef on the private yacht ‘Idlewild,’ based in Bermuda.
Ramsay returned to London in 1993 and was offered the head chef position and 10% share in ‘Rossmore,’ which was owned by White’s business partners. The restaurant was renamed ‘Aubergine’ and won a Michelin star 14 months later.
Wanting to own and run a restaurant himself, he left ‘Aubergine’ in 1998 and opened ‘Restaurant Gordon Ramsay’ in Chelsea, earning three Michelin stars in four years.
In the next 15 years, he established a successful chain of restaurants, not just in England but also in places like Glasgow, Ireland, Dubai, Tokyo, New York City, Florida, and Los Angeles.
In 2001, he appeared in the television series ‘Faking It,’ where he helped a prospective chef and burger flipper named Ed Devlin learn the trade. This episode won the ‘BAFTA’ for ‘Best Factual TV Moment.’
He then appeared in Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares.’ Aired on ‘Channel 4,’ the series showcased Ramsay working with the chefs and owners of failing restaurants to resurrect the restaurants over one week.
In 2012, he opened ‘The Fat Cow in Los Angeles. The restaurant was set up at The Grove, a shopping area popular with tourists who enjoyed visiting the place to relax and enjoy a terrific meal.
‘Hell’s Kitchen,’ a reality show on ‘ITV1,’ saw Ramsay train ten British celebrities to be chefs in a restaurant on Brick Lane, which opened to the public during the show.
He adapted ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ to suit the American audience in a series similar to the original British series and also went on to host a US version of ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ between 2007 and 2010.
In 2010, he was the producer and judge on the US version of ‘MasterChef.’ He also starred in a travelogue titled ‘Gordon’s Great Escape’ about his visit to India. He hosted the series ‘Ramsay’s Best Restaurant.’
Till 2012, he penned 21 books and contributed articles to ‘The Times Saturday magazine. Two of his books are his autobiographies, ‘Roasting in Hell’s Kitchen’ and ‘Humble Pie.’
Ramsay appeared on the December 2017 broadcast of ‘Please Take Care of My Refrigerator,’ which is a South Korean reality television show.
He has a global partnership with ‘WWRD’ (Waterford Wedgwood, Royal Doulton), offering home and lifestyle products.
Gordon Ramsay’s Net Worth is $820 Million US Dollars (£610 UK Pounds). Gordon Ramsay is a British chef, restaurateur, television personality, and writer. Gordon Ramsay was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in the 2006 New Year Honours list for services to the hospitality industry. Gordon Ramsay has earned over $90 million US Dollars in the past year. Gordon Ramsay presents television programmes about competitive cooking and food, such as Hell’s Kitchen’s British series.
Gordon Ramsay’s assets include 23 real estate properties, 8 Cars, and 2 Luxury Yachts. Gordon Ramsay’s Assets Portfolio also includes over $11 million in cash reserves. Gordon Ramsay also owns an investment portfolio of 10 stocks valued at $20 Million.
- ‘Restaurant Gordon Ramsay,’ London was voted ‘Top Restaurant in the UK’ in the London’ Zagat Survey’ in 2001. The restaurant earned its third Michelin star in the same year, making Ramsay the first Scottish-born chef to win three Michelin stars.
- He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2006 honours list for services to the hospitality industry.
- In 2006, he became only the third person to have won three ‘Catey awards, the biggest award in the UK hospitality industry, when he won ‘Independent Restaurateur of the Year.’
- ‘Restaurant Gordon Ramsay’ at Royal Hospital Road, London, is acknowledged for its perfect food execution and service. The food served at the restaurant has been described as ‘classic cooking; sophisticated, well-edited and flavour-first.’ The restaurant was voted London’s top restaurant for eight years by ‘Harden’s.’ In 2008, it was replaced by ‘Petrus,’ a restaurant run by Ramsay’s former pupil Marcus Wareing.
- In 2013, he was inducted into the ‘Culinary Hall of Fame.’
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