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Born: November 4, 1975 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Melbourne, Victoria, AU Profession: television personality, celebrity chef, author

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 Trolls (2016)
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Left university to begin cooking career at the Savoy Hotel in Melbourne, Australia
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Traveled throughout Europe to experience the cuisines of Italy, France and Spain, before moving to London
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Trained under renowned chef Marco Pierre White at The Grill Room at Café Royal
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Worked as a sous chef at White¿s Mirabelle
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Received critical acclaim as the head chef at Marco's Quo Vadis
2001:
Was featured in the book, <i>London on a Plate</i>
2004:
Returned to Australia to host the TLC travel/cooking show "Surfing the Menu" with Ben O'Donoghue
2004:
Hosted the first season of the Australian reality series, "My Restaurant Rules"
2006:
Published first cook book, <i>Cooking With Curtis: Easy, Everyday and Adventurous Recipes for the Home Cook</i>
2006:
Hosted two seasons of the TLC cooking show, "Take Home Chef"
2009:
Published <i>Surfing the Menu: Two Chefs, One Journey: A Fresh Food Adventure</i> with Ben O'Donoghue
2009:
Appeared on several episodes of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" where he taught the overweight contestants how to cook healthy meals
2009:
Released his book, <i>Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone: Recipes to Put You in My Favorite Mood</i>
2010:
Joined the third season of NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice"
2011:
Replaced Kelly Choi as the host for the third season of "Top Chef Masters" (Bravo)
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Victoria University: -

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