Robert Irvine Wiki
Robert Irvine is an English celebrity chef and talk show host who has appeared on and hosted a variety of Food Network programs including Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America, Restaurant: Impossible, A Hero’s Welcome, Operation Restaurant, All-Star Academy, Guy’s Grocery Games, Chopped: Impossible and Restaurant Express.
Robert Irvine Biography
Irvine currently operates one restaurant, entitled Robert Irvine’s Public House, at the Tropicana resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Irvine launched The Robert Irvine Show, a daytime talk show which aired weekdays on The CW between September 12, 2016, and May 25, 2018.
Robert Irvine Age
Irvine was born on 24 September 1965, Salisbury, United Kingdom.
Robert Irvine Family
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Robert Irvine Wife
Robert has been married twice in his life. His first marriage was with Karen. … After this separation, he married Gail Kim who is a retired Canadian-American professional wrestler, currently signed to Impact Wrestling, where she serves as a producer. In Impact Wrestling, she is also a record-setting seven-time Knockouts Champion.
Robert Irvine Children
Irvine has two children with his beautiful wife Gail Kim. Both of their kids are daughters, Annalise Irvine, and Talia Irvine.
Robert Irvine Height
Robert stands tall at an average height of about 1.78 m.
Robert Irvine Salary
Robert’s salary is estimated to be between $5k to $10k annually.
Robert Irvine Net Worth
Irvine is a British celebrity chef who has a net worth of $15 million. He is Irvine probably most famous for appearing as a chef on a variety of Food Network programs, such as Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America, and Restaurant: Impossible
Irvine was born in England and was raised in Wiltshire, United Kingdom. He began his cooking career upon enlisting in the UK’s Royal Navy at the age of fifteen. Having completed culinary training, Robert served aboard Her Majesty’s Royal Yacht Britannia.
Robert Irvine Show
Irvine started his television career on Food Network on a show called “Fit for a King”, which was later re-titled before broadcast to Dinner: Impossible, where he would be given countless challenges over the course of the life of the show. This later led to the even greater success with his television show, Restaurant: Impossible.
According to Broadcasting & Cable, the syndicated TV show has been canceled after two seasons. … Broadcasting & Cable reports The Robert Irvine Show has ceased production after one season. The show will be replaced by re-runs of The Jerry Springer Show, which is also ending, on The CW’s afternoon block.
Robert Irvine Charity
He toured Afghanistan in 2013 with the Honoring Our Troops Tour and hosted a Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) competition.
In 2014, Irvine founded The Robert Irvine Foundation to honor the men and women of the military. The foundation raises money and then allocates grants to active duty men and women and veterans in need. Irvine is also a regular contributor to the Gary Sinise Foundation and regularly appears at the organization’s Invincible Spirit Festivals.
For his work in honoring the men and women of the US military, Irvine was honored with a Patriot Award from the Medal of Honor Society in September 2015, alongside ABC News’ Bob Woodruff, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and US Marine Corps Commandant Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. In 2016, Irvine was awarded the third-highest honor within the US Department of the Army Civilian Awards, the Outstanding Civilian Service Award, for substantial contributions to the US Army community through his work with the Robert Irvine Foundation.
Explaining his passion for giving back to those who serve in the military, Irvine told Muscle & Fitness, “When you strip it all away, this is what gets me out of bed in the morning—the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives. And to positively affect the lives of those who defend our freedom is the cause that is closest to my heart.
All the success I have I owe to the fact that I live in a free society in the greatest nation on Earth. That freedom is made possible by the selfless sacrifice of our men and women in uniform. No amount of money I donate or benefits that I attend can ever scratch the surface on the debt we owe to these men and women and their families, but it is imperative that we try. It all starts to fall apart if we fail to show our gratitude.”
Robert Irvine Restaurants
He and business partner Randall Williams opened eat! restaurant in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, in 2008 and renamed it Robert Irvine’s eat! in February 2009. Robert Irvine’s eat! closed at the end of 2013.
Irvine opened his second restaurant in the area, Robert Irvine’s Nosh, in December 2011. However, Nosh also closed in early 2015. In May 2016, Irvine and the Tropicana Las Vegas resort jointly announced plans for a new restaurant to open in 2017. Robert Irvine’s Public House opened July 2017.
Robert Irvine Fitness
Irvine’s first two cookbooks, Mission: Cook! and Impossible to Easy, were published in 2007 and 2010, respectively. In April 2011, he began work as a regular columnist for Muscle & Fitness magazine, with the magazine featuring his recipes regularly through 2016. In 2015, he published Fit Fuel: A Chef’s Guide to Eating Well, Getting Fit, and Living Your Best Life.
In the book, he writes about his early life as a “scrawny” kid who read Muscle & Fitness and had aspirations to be like Arnold Schwarzenegger. He developed a passion for weight training and physical fitness at an early age, played rugby, and by the time he joined the UK’s Royal Navy, was strong enough to be a wheelman in the Field Gun Competition, carrying a large cannon wheel for his team. Fit Fuel combines healthy recipes, Robert’s own workouts, and the tough love motivation that he became known for on Restaurant: Impossible. Amazon customers have ranked all three of Irvine’s books 4.5 stars out of 5.