The British tv chef Jamie Oliver has shocked reaction to the sudden death of his American colleague Anthony Bourdain.
The British tv chef Jamie Oliver has shocked reaction to the sudden death of his American colleague Anthony Bourdain. “I must say that I in shock, am after hearing the news that Anthony Bourdain is death”, tweets the Brit, who the chef is innovative calls. “Rest in peace, chef. Much strength to his family and his friends.”
The 61-year-old Bourdain was Friday found dead in his hotel room in France. He made an end to his life. Bourdain (61) made programs like No Reservations, which is also in the Netherlands, were to be seen on the Discovery Channel, and Parts Unknown for CNN. In 2000, he wrote the bestseller, Kitchen Confidential, in which he is the dark side of the restaurantwezen highlighted and in addition a glimpse gave in his rugged lifestyle. The book was his breakthrough.
Bourdain, who was known that he was not a leaf for the mouth was taken over in 1956 born in New York. He worked as a chef in various restaurants, before his career in the media never got off the ground. He was working on the eleventh season of Parts Unknown.