Curtis Stone is an Australian star chef and television personality with a net worth of $8 million. Stone attended Victoria University in Melbourne before leaving to continue a vocation in food. Stone started out cooking in The Savoy Hotel’s 5 star eatery in Melbourne before traveling through Europe with his companion. At 21, after three months traveling, Stone arrived in London without cash with no occupation. To obtain expertise in the kitchen, Stone offered to work at no cost at The Grill Room at Caf Royal with chef Marco Pierre White.
Curtis Stone Net Worth $8 Million Dollars
Stone was hired and stayed for a couple of years. Stone graduated to sous chef standing in the Mirabelle, where he worked for a couple of years before continuing to become head chef at White’s flagship restaurant Quo Vadis. Stone also appeared on The Biggest Loser. Stone competed on The Celebrity Apprentice at the same time. In 2006, People Magazine named Stone among the hottest guys alive. In 2008, Stone found Kitchen Solutions, a line of cooking products and baking pans, which will be sold internationally. He’s released four novels cooking-related publications and attempts to make use of locally grown, organic ingredients whenever you can. Stone lives in Los Angeles with celebrity Lindsay Price and their son Hudson, produced in November 2011.
November 4, 1975
6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School, Victoria University, Australia
Lindsay Price (m. 2013)
Hudson Stone, Emerson Spencer
Bryan Stone, Lorraine Coles
Back to School
Top Chef Duels, Around the World in 80 Plates, America's Next Great Restaurant, Take Home Chef, My Restaurant Rules, Top Chef Masters, The Apprentice
Curtis and wife Lindsay Price are expecting their second child [May 7, 2014].
Son, Hudson Stone, was born on November 6, 2011 [November 23, 2011].
Curtis and Lindsay Price are expecting their first child [June 23, 2011].
In a relationship with Lindsay Price [April 2011].
Included in the November 2006 issue of People magazine's listing of "Sexiest Men Alive", alongside George Clooney and Brad Pitt. Curtis appeared under the section titled "Newcomers".
Ever since I was young I've always been fascinated with food - whether it was making marmalade with my Nan and Grandad or fudge with my Granny. I've always realized it was food that brought my family and friends closer together. I often hear people say that they don't have the time to cook. Well, actually, a good home cooked meal can take less time than waiting for a take-in pizza! And be a lot more fun. It's one of life's great pleasures.