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Graham Elliot

Full / Real Name: Graham Elliot Bowles
Gender: Male

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Graham Elliot is an American chef and television personality best known as a judge on the competitive cooking reality show MasterChef, since 2010.

Elliot is the culinary mastermind behind Chicago's first "bistronomic" restaurant, Graham Elliot, which tempers four-star cuisine with humor and accessibility.

In a very short time he has accrued accolades, including Best New Chef in 2004 from Food & Wine magazine and three James Beard Nominations.

At age 27, Elliot became the youngest four-star chef in America. In May 2008, he opened the aptly named Graham Elliot, a restaurant that would not only bear his name, but become an extension of his passionate personality embodying his core principles of humility, courage, vision, respect and focus.

Since opening its doors, Graham Elliot has beguiled the city of Chicago garnering two stars from the Chicago Tribune, two-and-a-half stars from the Chicago Sun-Times and one star in the 2011 Michelin Guide.

Elliot continues to break the mold at Graham Elliot incorporating his musical talents and passion for fine art into everyday operations. He first appeared at Lollapalooza 2009, a three-day music festival, with a tent in the public food court and a backstage meal for Jane's Addiction.

Elliot was enlisted as the Culinary Director for the entire festival orchestrating his own hand-picked lineup of Chicago-based chefs to feed festivalgoers.

In December 2010, Elliot opened Grahamwich, a casual, quick-service sandwich shop in Chicago's River North neighbourhood. In addition, he has appeared on the cable competition series Top Chef Masters.


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