Ronnie Woo


Ronnie Woo was born in Seattle, Washington, United States on March 1st, 1985 and is the Chef. At the age of 38, Ronnie Woo biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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March 1, 1985
United States
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Seattle, Washington, United States
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Ronnie Woo Career

In 2011, Woo completed a culinary program with the Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver while also creating his food blog, The Delicious Cook. A few months later, his food blog evolved into what is now his private chef company, based in Beverly Hills, which specializes in intimate four-star dinner parties. Woo has worked with Mindy Kaling, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, Charlie Sheen, Kathy Griffin, Holly Robinson Peete, Dita Von Teese, Nancy O'Dell, and Gilles Marini. On May 5, 2013, Woo premiered a pop-up event called Salt & Honey, which served California comfort-style dishes.

Woo is the host and chef of the cooking and reality television show Food To Get You Laid on Logo TV. The show was originally set to premiere on August 16, 2015 but was later changed to an earlier premiere date, August 14, 2015. In the show, Woo coaches real people in their homes on how to cook a meal in their kitchen in hopes to spice up their love life via recipes that everyday people can make at home.

Woo said this about the show: “Food does more than just bring people together, it creates memories. I think all of us have the tools to create a memorable meal, so we’re going into people’s homes and showing them how they can use what’s already in their kitchen to make a romantic and delicious meal they'll never forget."

Woo was a guest chef expert on Season 4 of Home Made Simple on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and was added to the cast as a regular chef expert in season 5. He has made guest appearances on Tyra Banks's FABLife (where Chrissy Teigen asked him to cook shirtless), Fuse's Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce, and is a regular contributor to Good Day LA. Woo has also made a celebrity chef appearance on NBC's Food Fighters. In 2016, Woo joined the cast of Logo TV's Secret Guide To Summer for a one-hour summer special. Woo is a regular chef guest on The Rachael Ray Show and Hallmark Channel's The Home and Family Show,.

Woo was a featured guest on Food Network's The Kitchen, Hollywood Today Live, and featured guest judge on the Thanksgiving episode of Food Network's Beat Bobby Flay in 2017. In the second half of the year, he was hired as the LA correspondent for the Scripps Network Interactive Digital platform, Genius Kitchen. In 2018, he made a second guest appearance on Food Network's The Kitchen, along with multiple judging appearances on episodes of Food Network's Beat Bobby Flay. Ronnie has made several appearances on CMT's talk show, Pickler & Ben and even co-hosted a special cooking/dating episode called "Cooking For Love With Chef Ronnie Woo" for Pickler & Ben in 2019. In the Fall of 2019, Woo was a guest on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Woo continues to make regular guest appearances on The Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, and The Home and Family Show.

In the beginning of 2022, Woo made a special appearance on the Kevin Hart Winter Olympics Tailgate Party special that aired exclusively on Peacock (streaming service). Woo is also a celebrity judge on the Netflix show Is It Cake?.

At the end of 2019, Woo announced the launch of his YouTube channel, which would premiere its first mini-series, Craving Jetlag, in January 2020. In 2020, Woo signed as on-camera talent with the Food Network Kitchen app, where he delivers live cooking classes and on-demand cooking videos.