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Pete Evans – Wiki, Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth

Pete Evans Wiki,Biography, Net Worth
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Pete Evans is a 48-years-old Australian Chef from the Australia. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Pete Evans Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Pete Evans was born on 29 August 1973 in Australia. let’s check out the Pete’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

Fast Facts You Need To Know

2020

In May 2020, Evans’ contract with channel Seven was terminated after poor ratings from the eleventh season of My Kitchen Rules and the TGA fined the chef $25,000 for promoting a device he claimed could cure COVID-19. Channel Seven has not announced whether Evans would appear on the network in the future. Evans will now be focusing on his alternative lifestyle business.

In early 2020, it was reported that Evans had been photographed with prominent anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr admiring his work as “important”. The national president of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Harry Nespolon, stated that “Pete Evans should stick to talking about ‘activated almonds’ and leave vaccinations alone”, adding that the anti-vax movement is “intensely frustrating” and undermining gains made in improving public health. GP Brad McKay also responded, saying that “Pete Evans has peddled nonsense for years” and that the community “has tolerated his anti-science rantings for long enough” and that he is contributing to an “undermining of important public health efforts”.

In May 2020, Evans received criticism from Australian Labor MP Josh Burns for promoting conspiracy theorist David Icke’s video which claimed both that the COVID-19 virus did not exist and that the virus was caused by 5G antenna installations. Burns wrote to Evans to warn him about promoting Icke’s views in light of Icke’s long history of anti-Semitism.

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Evans was criticised by peak Australian medical groups for attempting to promote a product with a cure. Evans had been promoting a “subtle energy platform” product online called the BioCharger NG for AUD$15,000, which he claimed had a “recipe … there for Wuhan coronavirus”. The Australian Medical Association dismissed it as a “fancy light machine” and Mandy-Lee Noble, a dietician and member of Friends of Science in Medicine said it “is a glorified plasma lamp”, adding “it’s probably no threat to people but if people think this in any way will treat or prevent COVID-19 infection, that risks our community response to the pandemic, that is dangerous, it’s an indirect harm.” Noble called on the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and health minister Brad Hazzard to take action. The TGA announced it would investigate the product promoted by Evans “in relation to any illegal advertising of therapeutic products, including advertising on social media” warning that the advertising of therapeutic goods needed to meet certain requirements. The creators of the product distanced themselves from Evans’ claims, whilst the Australian distributors, Hydrogen Technologies Pty Ltd, continued to state that it would help “open the airways of Coronavirus victims by reducing the inflammation it causes in the lungs” as well as other therapeutic claims.

2019

In 2019, Evans was criticised by medical experts for spreading misinformation about vaccinations.

2018

In 2018, Evans furthered his opposition to the use of sunscreens, and promoted brief and direct looks into the sun without any means of protection, during sunrise and sunsets, which drew criticism as it can cause vision loss.

2017

In 2017, Evans produced and narrated a Netflix documentary called The Magic Pill, which promotes the ketogenic diet, and claims that it can help manage autism, asthma and cancer.

2016

In 2016, Evans gave advice to an osteoporosis sufferer on Facebook to stop eating dairy products. His claims that the “calcium from dairy can remove the calcium from your bones” and that “most doctors do not know about this” were widely condemned by medical professionals.

2015

In 2015, Evans co-authored a cookbook titled Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way for New Mums, Babies and Toddlers which raised controversy after being called “extremely deadly for all babies” by health experts. Despite the controversy, My Kitchen Rules broadcaster, the Seven Network, said that public reactions to the event were not a concern and supported Evans. Following the controversy, the authors made several changes to the book, but experts noted that the recipes in the new version were still potentially dangerous for babies.

Evans won the Australian Skeptics’ 2015 Bent Spoon Award for “his diet promotions, campaigns against fluoridation and support of anti-vaccinationists”. A spokeswoman for the Seven Network defended Evans saying: “Pete is not anti-vaxx. His position on this, and more generally, is to further his own education on all topics regarding health.”

2013

Evans has developed a pizza oven with Breville, a line of cookware and kitchen tools with Baccarat and a range of kitchen sinks with Clark Sinks. He is an Australian ambassador for Jacob’s Creek Reserve Wines. From 2013 to 2015, Sumo Salad partnered with Evans.

2011

While visiting Australia for her Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure (2011), Oprah Winfrey sent 60 of her ‘ultimate viewers’ for a pizza-making and cocktail class with Evans at Hugos Bar Pizza. Evans has cooked at several events in the US as part of the annual G’Day USA: Australia Week promotion. In January 2010, he cooked with Australian chef Curtis Stone and American chef Wolfgang Puck for 850 guests at the G’Day USA black tie gala in Los Angeles. In January 2012, Evans cooked for the G’Day USA black tie gala dinner in New York City. The event catered to over 650 guests. In 2013 Pete Evans was involved in a venture with several business partners that were reported to owe $769,000 to a multitude of different creditors, including Evans himself, after the liquidation of their restaurant called ‘Little Hunter’. Evans himself submitted a claim for $50,000 as a creditor to the business. In 2014 Evans overhauled the menu at the CBD apartment hotel Fraser Suites in Perth, Australia.

2010

Since 2010, Evans has been a judge on My Kitchen Rules (MKR). with co-host Manu Feildel. The fourth series of MKR was shown in 2013. In 2014 the series won the Logie Award for the Most Popular Reality Program. Evans has remained a judge on MKR throughout its run, which in 2015 was the highest rated reality television competition in Australia with about two million weekly viewers. Evans also hosted the show A Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, airing on PBS in the United States, which was nominated in 2014 for a Daytime Emmy Award. The show first aired in 2013, in which “Evans takes viewers on a faced-paced trip, serving pop-up feasts in a multitude of settings across America”.

2009

Evans had a monthly recipe column in The Australian Women’s Weekly (2009–12) and has been a contributor to Selector magazine. In October 2012, Evans began a monthly recipe column for Home Beautiful. Evans has stated that the philosophy behind his books is that modern society is living by outdated nutritional precepts. Evans is also a motivational speaker, performing national tours in Australia. He first learned of the paleo-diet after reading the works of Nora Gedgaudas.

Evans is married to model Nicola Robinson and has two daughters. As of 2009 he is living in Sydney in the suburb of North Bondi.

2001

Evans has appeared in, and hosted, a range of television cooking programs. His first television job was for the LifeStyle Channel’s Home series (2001–2005) which he co-presented with Brendan Moar and Shannon Fricke. Evans filmed over 60 episodes of the show, which focused on styling, home, gardens, cooking and casual entertaining. In 2006 Evans, Moar and Fricke appeared in a travel-based spin-off series “Postcards from Home” (2006), which saw the trio travelling to countries outside Australia. For this series, Evans interviewed chefs including Ferran Adrià of Spain’s El Bulli restaurant. The LifeStyle Channel also produced the six-part travel and cooking TV series Fish (2006) with Evans and close friend Udo Edlinger, as well as a one-hour documentary Cooking for Our Princess Mary (2006) which followed Evans in the kitchen as he prepared a four-course banquet for Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. From 2007–2009, Evans joined long-running television series Fresh with the Australian Women’s Weekly with fellow presenter Lyndey Milan. The series was cancelled in 2009. He also appeared on MasterChef Australia.

1996

In 1996, the group expanded to Sydney to launch the Hugos Restaurant Group. Evans moved to Sydney with his brother and David Corsi and they opened Hugos Bondi in 1996, followed by Hugos Lounge in 2000 and Hugos Bar Pizza in 2004 (both in Sydney’s Kings Cross) and Hugos Manly in 2008. As the group’s executive chef, Evans worked across all of the restaurants, and the catering business. The group closed Hugos Bondi in 2006 to pursue the pizza bar, rather than casual fine dining format for which Hugos Bondi was known. Over 1998–2011, the restaurants in the Hugos Group were awarded eight Sydney Morning Herald ‘Chef’s Hats’, 21 ‘Best in Australia’ awards, and three ‘Best pizza in Australia’ awards at the Australian Fine Food Show. In 2005, Hugos won ‘Best pizza in the world’ at the American Pizza Challenge in New York City.

1973

Peter Daryl Evans (born 26 February 1973) is an Australian chef, restaurateur, author and television presenter, who is best known as a former judge of the competitive cooking show My Kitchen Rules. Evans has been heavily criticised for spreading misinformation about vaccinations and promoting pseudoscientific dieting ideas such as the paleolithic diet.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

So first, let’s take a look at some personal details of Pete, like name, nickname, and profession.

Real NamePeter Daryl Evans
NicknamePete
ProfessionChef


Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace


Age (2021)48 Years
Birthplace Victoria
Date Of Birth29 August 1973
SunsignScorpio
Hometown Victoria
Food HabitsNot Available
NationalityAustralian


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Pete Evans Personal Life, Spouse, Wife


ParentNot Available
FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
BrotherNot Available
SisterNot Available
Marital StatusMarried
WifeNicola Robinson
GirlfriendUpdate Soon
Children2


Peter Daryl Evans Net Worth


The Peter Daryl Evans Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD


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