Guy Fieri Biography
Guy Ramsay Fieri is an American restaurateur, author, and television presenter best known for hosting various television shows on the Food Network. He is the co-owner of three restaurants located in California. He has also licensed his name to three other restaurants in Nevada, Las Vegas, and New York City. Guy became the face of Food Network in 2010.
Guy Fieri Age
Fieri was born on January 22, 1968, in Columbus, Ohio, United States. He is 53 years old as of 2021.
Guy Fieri Height
Fieri stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches and is of average body size. There are no further details about his body measurements. However, these details will be updated as soon as they are available.
Guy Fieri Family
Fieri was born in Columbus, Ohio, and raised in Ferndale in rural Humboldt County, California. He was born to Penelope Anne and Lewis James Ferry. Further information about his parents is not available. Guy had a sister named Morgan. She died in 2011 after a battle with metastatic melanoma. She died at the age of 39.
Guy Fieri Wife
Guy is happily married to his wife Lori Fieri. The two have been married for 27 years since 1995. They met in a restaurant Guy was managing in Long Beach, California. The married couple has two sons; Hunter Fieri 25 years of age and Ryder Fieri 15 years of age.
Guy Fieri Son
Fieri and his wife Lori have two sons; Hunter Fieri 25 years of age and Ryder Fieri 15 years of age. Hunter is a producer and television personality. He is best known for appearing on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives and Guys Grocery Games alongside his dad.
Guy Fieri Sister
Guy had a sister named Morgan. She died in 2011 after a battle with metastatic melanoma. She died at the age of 39. Morgan was diagnosed with cancer as a child. Before the death of his sister, the family launched a foundation called The Guy Fieri Foundation for Inspiration and Imagination. He also started a make-a-wish foundation where he would invite families who have been affected by their loved ones with cancer to appear in his show tapping. His sister was openly gay and was in a relationship with Annie Antepara who she had a son with.
Guy Fieri Career | Restaurants
Fieri began his career in grade school selling pretzels from his cart. He later started working at the Red Lion Inn in Eureka, California. After his graduation, he started working as the manager of Parker’s Lighthouse, a Stouffer’s restaurant then three years later served as the district manager of Louise’s Trattoria.
He opened Johnny Garlic’s, a “California Pasta Grill” in Santa Rosa, California in 1996. He later opened other three branches in Windsor, Petaluma, and Roseville. In 2003, he opened Tex Wasabi’s. He later opened a second location in Sacramento which later was changed toJohnny Garlic’s and then later closed down. A new Johnny Garlic’s was opened in 2011 in Dublin, California.
In 2012, he opened Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar in New York City. The restaurant appeared on Restaurant Business’s list of the top 100 independent restaurants. It closed down in 2017. In 2011 in a partnership with Carnival Cruise lines, he opened Guy’s Burger Joint. Fieri would later open cruise ship restaurants and as of 2017, he had already opened 19 restaurants including Guy’s Pig & Anchor Smokehouse Brewhouse.
In 2014, Fieri opened Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar in Las Vegas, and in 2015, he opened a second branch in Baltimore called Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen & Bar. Fieri alongside Robert Earl opened a fast-food chicken sandwich shop Chicken Guy!
In 2006, Guy won in the second season of The Next Food Network Star. He was awarded his own six-episode cooking show on Food Network. Fieri’s show Guy’s Big Bite premiered on June 25, 2006. His second series Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives premiered in April 2007. His other show Ultimate Recipe Showdown premiered on February 17, 2008. The show was co-hosted by Marc Summers.
He has appeared on several tv shows including; Dinner: Impossible in 2007, Paula’s Party, Ace of Cakes, and The Best Thing I Ever Ate. He hosted the game show Minute to Win It. In 2013, his other show Guy’s Grocery Games premiered on Food NetWork
Guy Fieri Tv Shows
- The Next Food Network Star
- Guy’s Big Bite
- Paula’s Party
- All-Star Holiday Dishes
- Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
- Dear Food Network
- Dinner: Impossible
- Phineas & Ferb Pizza Guy
- Ultimate Recipe Showdown
- HGTV Showdown
- Garage Mahal
- The Best Thing I Ever Ate
- Ace of Cakes
- Minute to Win It
- Guy Fieri’s Rock ‘n Road Show
- Bitchin’ Kitchen
- Take Two with Phineas and Ferb
- The Best Thing I Ever Made
- Restaurant: Impossible Himself/Groomsman
- Guy Fieri’s Family Reunion
- Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off
- Guy’s Family Cruise
- Guy’s Grocery Games
- Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off
- I Get That a Lot
Guy Fieri Net Worth
Guy has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He has built his wealth from his successful career as a chef, author, and television personality. He is the co-owner of three restaurants in California.