Kristen Kish (Fast Foodies) Bio, Age, Height, Partner, Net Worth
Kristen Kish Biography
Kristen Kish is a known Korean-born American chef best known for winning the tenth season of Top Chef. Previously, she was chef de cuisine in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston at Menton. She appears on Fast Foodies on TruTV as a co-host and on Travel Channel as the host of 36 Hours.
Kristen Kish Age
Kristen Kish was born in December 1983 in Seoul, South Korea. She is 38 years old.
Kristen Kish Height
Kristen stands at a moderate height of 5 feet and 6 inches/1.67 m.
Kristen Kish Education
Kristen finished her high school course at East Kentwood High School, while there she worked as a model. Then she studied and graduated at Le Cordon Bleu in Chicago with an A.A. in culinary arts.
Kristen Kish Family
Kristen was raised by her adoptive family, she got adopted by her parents from Kentwood, Michigan when she was only four months old. She has a brother named Jon.
Kristen Kish Partner
Kristen is openly queer, On the 28th of March 2014, Kish publicly announced her first relationship with Jacqueline Westbrook and it was their first anniversary, but due to unknown reasons they separated. Then she announced On 29 September 2019 that she got engaged to her partner Bianca Dusic, who according to an Instagram post, She is a VP of Food & Beverage for Standard Hotels. They exchanged vows on 10 April 2021.
Kristen Kish Net Worth
Kristen’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Kristen Kish Fast Foodies
Kristen participated in Bravo’s Top Chef in 2012. She was asked to take part in the qualifying rounds together with her close friend from culinary school Stephanie Cmar, being tasked with making a signature soup that would be judged by Emeril Lagasse.
Kish won four elimination challenges, making dishes as varied as French cuisine and onion rings, before being wiped out during “Restaurant Wars” (episode 11). Then she found her way back into the main competition with five continuous victories in “Last Chance Kitchen”, eventually making it to the finale with Brooke Williamson.
Kristen beat Williamson and was titled the Top Chef, making her the second female winner in the history of the Top Chef franchise and becoming the first competitor to win after winning “Last Chance Kitchen”. Additionally, she co-hosted the pilot season of 36 Hours, a series on the Travel Channel in 2015, together with a TV analyst, and former soccer player, known as Kyle Martino.
Moreover, she is among three chefs featured on TruTV’s cooking competition show Fast Foodies, in 2021 together with Justin Sutherland (winner of an Iron Chef America episode, participant on Top Chef: Kentucky) and (winner of Top Chef: California) Jeremy Ford. Furthermore, she became a chef at her new restaurant, Arlo Grey, in Austin, Texas, in May 2018, Kish.