Graham Elliot


Graham Elliot was born in Seattle, Washington, United States on January 4th, 1977 and is the Chef. At the age of 47, Graham Elliot biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Graham Elliot Bowles
Date of Birth
January 4, 1977
United States
Place of Birth
Seattle, Washington, United States
47 years old
Zodiac Sign
$1.5 Million
Chef, Domestic Worker Cook, Restaurateur
Graham Elliot Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Dark brown
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Graham Elliot Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Johnson &amp, Wales University
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Graham Elliot Life

Graham Elliot Bowles (born January 4, 1977) is an American chef.

Early life

Graham Elliot Bowles was born in Seattle, Washington. Elliot, a self-described "Navy brat" who has travelled around the world and all 50 states, sparking a vivacious passion for food and music that has inspired him to attend Johnson & Wales University.

Personal life

Elliot and his three children, Mylo Ignatius, Conrad Matthias, and Jedediah Lindsay, all lived in Morgan Park on the south side of Chicago with wife/business partner Allie Elliot. Graham returned to Hawaii in 2021. Graham and Allie were rumored to have split up, but the allegation is unsubstantiated.

Elliot sings and plays guitar. He also collects baseball cards.

Elliot underwent weight loss surgery and began jogging, losing 150 pounds (68 kg) and reducing his weight to 250 pounds (110 kg), explaining the decision as a response to becoming a father.


Graham Elliot Career


In 2004, Elliot was named to Food & Wine's "Best New Chefs" list, and he became the youngest chef in the States to receive four stars from a major publication (Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times) before the age of 30.

At the age of 27 he was the youngest four-star chef to be named in any city, also earning himself a spot on Crain's Chicago Business list of "40 Under Forty", alongside President Barack Obama, for whom Elliot cooked on the President's 49th birthday.

In May 2008, he opened his eponymous restaurant, which was the first French casual fine dining restaurant in Chicago.

In 2009, Elliot appeared on the TV show Top Chef Masters. In the show, he cooked for The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a charity with which he became associated as a result of his nephew's need for a heart transplant.

In 2010, the series MasterChef premiered, with Elliot as one of the three judges. In 2013, the series spun off a child version of the program, MasterChef Junior, on which Elliot also was featured as a judge. He left the franchise in September 2015, following the completion of season 6 of the parent program.

In 2016, he became a judge on Top Chef.