Gordon Ramsey Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education and Career.
Gordon Ramsey Net Worth 2020 – Gordon Ramsay is a British celebrity chef, restaurateur, and television personality. He is a judge of the cooking show Masterchef, Hell’s Kitchen, The F Word, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, etc.
Gordon Ramsay was born on November 8, 1966 in Renfrewshire, Scotland, to Gordon a man with no permanent profession and Helen Cosgrove, a nurse. He was raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England from the age of 5.
The second of four children, he has an older sister, Diane, while Ronnie and Yvonne were his younger siblings. His early life was marked by abuse and neglect from his father, a “hard-drinking womanizer”.
He played football and was first chosen to play under-14 football at age 12. He was selected to play for Warwickshire. His football career came to an end because he was plagued by injuries.
Ramsay married Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson, known as Tana, a Montessori-trained schoolteacher, in 1996. They have four children, Megan, Holly, Jack and Mathilda and live in Battersea, in South London.
Ramsay returned to school, earning a degree in hotel management in 1987. He also attended Activate Learning.
Ramsay’s first love was soccer he set his sights on a professional sports career. At the age of 15, the talented Ramsay joined the Glasgow Rangers, a pro club. Ramsay’s time with the team spanned three years, until 1985, when a knee injury prematurely ended his career in football.
Ramsay’s Top Chef and Entrepreneur career, After finishing his studies, Gordan Ramsay placed himself under the direction of some Europe’s top chefs.
He apprenticed with Marco Pierre White at Harvey’s in London, worked for Albert Roux at Le Gavroche, and then worked under master chefs Joel Robuchon and Guy Savoy in France.
In 1993, Ramsay struck out on his own as head chef of the newly opened Aubergine in London where, over the course of three years, he earned the restaurant a two-star rating from Michelin.
More personal prestige followed in 1995 when Ramsay was awarded Newcomer of the year at the prestigious Catey Awards, an Oscars-like event for the restaurant and hotel business.
When the restaurant’s financial backing became shaky, Ramsay left Aubergine and opened his own establishment, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, in 1988 in London. Hailed as a destination for high-end foodies the restaurant eventually received a three-star rating from Michelin.
The next several years proved to be a whirlwind for the ambitious, hard-driving and temperamental Ramsay. He opened several new restaurants, including Petrus and second Ramsay in London, and eventually Verre in Dubai.
Gordon Ramsay named chef of the year at the 2000 Catey Awards and Independent Restaurateur of the Year in 2006, Ramsay brought his restaurant business to the U.S. in 2006 with the opening of two establishments at The London NYC.
The celebrity chef has since expanded his reach around the globe, fellow-upbringing his brand such countries as South Africa, Australia, and Canada.
Gordon Ramsay Television Star, Gordon Ramsay’s migration to television began in 1996 with his appearances as a judge on the BBC competitive cooking show MasterChef.
In 1999, he was the focus of British documentary miniseries, Boiling Point, which tracked his working life as he opened his first restaurant. The success of that documentary follow-up miniseries, Beyond Boiling Point in 2000.
Ramsay was tapped to host two programs in the spring of 2004: IN Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, he sought to turn around failing restaurants, and in Hell’s Kitchen, he ran a cooking competition among 10 celebrities, with audiences voting off contestants.
With reality television in full bloom in the U.S., the time was ripe for Ramsay to make his move across the Atlantic. In May 2005, and the American version of Hell’s Kitchen, which placed aspiring restaurateurs under the intense eye of the show’s host, debuted on FOX.
Like their British counterparts, American audiences learned to love and hate the abrasive chef as he narrowed the field of participants down to one final winner. Meanwhile, he launched another culinary series back in the U.K., The F Word.
Ramsay’s strong ratings on U.S. screens opened the door for an adaptation of Kitchen Nightmares, which debuted in September 2007.
That, in turn, led to the American productions of MasterChef (2010) and MasterChef Junior (2013), with Ramsay heading the group of judges. In 2012, he added another show to his schedule, a variation of his “save a failing establishment” theme with Hotel Hell.
Ramsay is also active Outside the Kitchen, Along with his work and in his restaurants, Ramsay has written more than 20 books. His various businesses have been consolidated into Gordon Ramsay Holdings Limited.
Honored for his impressive record of achievement, Ramsay was named Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2006. In 2013, he was inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame.
Gordon Ramsay is a Chef, restaurateur and reality television star who has a net worth of $190 million.