Graham Elliot

Graham Elliot
Chicago, IL |

Graham Elliot is a critically acclaimed chef, restaurateur and television personality who also happens to be one of the most recognized faces cooking in America today.

Growing up a Navy brat allowed Graham the opportunity to travel the world and all fifty states, sparking an intense interest in food and music which led to his attending Johnson & Wales University.

At age 27, Elliot became the youngest four-star chef to be named in any major U.S. city and was named one of Food & Wine magazine’s “Best New Chefs” in 2004. In May of 2008, Elliot opened his eponymous restaurant, Graham Elliot, which went on to become one of only 15 restaurants in the U.S. to be awarded two Michelin stars. Graham received three James Beard Award nominations, competed on Iron Chef and the first two seasons of Top Chef Masters, was named one of Food & Wine Magazine’s “Best New Chefs” and became the youngest Four Star Chef in the U.S., all before the age of 30.

After ten (10) seasons as co-Host and Judge for Fox’s “Masterchef & Masterchef Jr.” Chef Elliot has returned to Bravo’s Emmy award winning franchise, “Top Chef” as a host/judge; Graham appeared on two (2) seasons of “Top Chef Masters.” Elliot has also been notably featured on the Food Network in the “Iron Chef America”, “Craziest Restaurants in America” and most recently as judge on “Cooks vs. Cons.” As a life-long baseball enthusiast, Major League Baseball has tapped him to be the new Host of the 2016 digital series “MLB Grub.”

Elliot, currently gearing up to launch his first ever restaurant project in Asia along with the unveiling of a new concept in his hometown of Chicago.