He is an American restaurateur, host, actor, and author of many recipe books.
He has a Lamborghini Gallardo worth $182,000.
He is fond of old and classic American cars and posseses the following: Chevrolet C10 1967 and 1971, Chevelle, and Jeep CJ-5 1976.
Guy Fieri was born on January 22, 1968 in Columbus, Ohio.
He has been fond of food and cooking since his childhood days.
Together with his father, he used to prepare and sell pretzels. He sold pretzels to save money for a culinary course offered in France.
He graduated from Nevada University in 1990 and majored in Hotel Management.
After completing his collegedegree, he was appointed as the district manager of Louise's Trattoria, and six restaurants were under his supervision.
Guy Fieri Shows Jimmy His Bun-Cradling, Burger-Eating Technique
Guy Fieri started his carreer at the hotel Red Lion Inn in California. He later became a manager.
After graduating from the University of Nevada, he worked as a district manager at Louise's Trattoria. His job responsibilities included staff recruiting and training and managing six restaurants.
After such experience, Guy and his business partner, Steve Gruber, opened the restaurant California Grill Pasta in Santa Rose.
He started a chain of restaurants in Roseville, Windsor, and Petaluma.
After the of success California Grill Pasta, they opened another restaurant, the Tex Wasabi, in Santa Rose. It has a branch in Arden Arcade.
In 2012, he opened Guy's American Kitchen in New York.
Guy Fieri also appeared on TV food shows.
He was in the second season of "The Next Food Network Star" and hosted "Guy's Big Bite" for 13 seasons and "Diners Drive In's and Dive."
Aside from hosting TV shows, Guy also hosted a game show, NBC's "Minute to Win It."
He is also the author of the recipe books "Guy on Fire" and "Guy Fieri Food: Cookin' It, Livin' It, and Lovin' It."
Guy Fieri started his "Guy Big Bite" cooking show at Food Network. It was followed by "Guy's Grocery Games."
His latest show that aired at Food Network is "Triple D", which is short for "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives." In this show, he takes cross-country road trips to visit different restaurants.
Guy worked in two films: "All-Star Holiday Dishes" (2007) and "On Your Marc" (2017).
Some of Guy Fieri's books are "Guy Fieri Food: More Than 150 Off-The-Hook Recipes," "Guy Fieri Family Food: 125 Real-Deal," and "Guy on Fire: 130 Recipes for Adventures in Outdoor Cooking."
Guy Fieri makes approximately $23,000 daily (around $8.5 million a year).
There are many affiliated restaurants with Guy.
He co-owns more than 50 restaurants, and he started "Johnny Garlic" with his friend, Steve Gruber.
His restaurants are found across the U.S.:
- Florida (Guy Fieri's The Villages Kitchen and Bar)
- Kentucky (Guy Fieri's Smokehouse in Louisville)
- Maryland (Guy Fieri's Baltimore Kitchen and Bar)
- Nevada (El Burro Borracho and Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen and Bar, both in Las Vegas)
- New Jersey (Guy Fieri's Chophouse, Guy's Bar-B-Que Joint, Guy's Sammich Joint; all in Atlantic City)
- Pennsylvania (Guy Fieri's Mt. Pocono Kitchen, Mt. Pocono; Guy Fieri's Philly Kitchen and Bar, Chester)
- Virginia (Guy Fieri's Smokehouse Norfolk)
His other restaurants are located abroad:
- Mexico (Guy Fieri's American Kitchen and Bar Cancún and Guy Fieri's Playa Del Carmen Kitchen and Bar)
- South Africa (Guy's South Africa Kitchen and Bar in Menlyn)
- International (Carnival Cruise Line, Guy's Burger Joint, Guy's Pig and Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse)
Some of the recipes shared by Guy Fieri are for the following dishes:
- Penne with Cajun Hot Links and Chipotle Shrimp
- Pomodoro Fresco Sourdough Bruschetta
- Cajun Chicken Alfredo
- Jimmy's Favorite Garlic Bread,
- Guy's Caesar Salad,
- Bloody Mary Flank Steak,
- Grilled Romaine with Blue Cheese-Bacon Vinaigrette
- Parmesan Taters
- Nor Cal Carnitas
Guy Fieri is married to Lori Fieri. They have two children: Ryder Fieri and Hunter Fieri.
Guy changed his last name from Ferry to Fieri to honor his grandpa, Giuseppe Fieri.
Guy Ramsay Fieri is his real name, and his nickname is Donkey Sauce.
The nickname came up when a worker, a non-native English speaker, mentioned "donkey sauce" to Guy after he asked the worker to add sauce on a burger.
Guy Fieri loves food and went to France through a student exchange program to study international cuisine and French gastronomy.
He graduated from Nevada University (B.A. in Hospitality Management).
Guy Fieri owns a 900-square-foot ranch-style home in California, which has four bedrooms and three washrooms.
At first, Lori didn't like the condition of the house, but Guy turned it into a loving home.
Guy Fieri's height is 1.78 meters.
Gemini is the zodiac sign of Guy.
- He was already an entrepreneurat the age of ten (he sold pretzels).
- He never attended a culinary school.
- He learned international cuisine in France when he went there.
- He officiated 101 gay marriages all at the same time.
- He hates eggs.
Guy Fieri lives in Santa Rose with Lori, his wife, and their two children, Ryder and Hunter.
Lori Fieri is the wife of Guy Fieri, and she was born on November 30, 1970.
She married Guy in 1995.
Lori's net worth is unknown but his husband has a net worth of $20 million.
Guy Feiri has two sons: Hunter and Ryder.
Hunter was born on August 7, 1996. He is a chef, fortifying his father's legacy.
Ryder was born on December 31, 2005. He is also fond of cooking.
Guy's father is Jim Ferry, born on November 19, 1942. His mother is Penelope Ferry, born in 1944. His parents got married in 1967.
His father helped him become a chef . He even made Guy a three-wheeled cart that he could use to sell his pretzels.
Guy Fieri has one sister, Morgan. She was born on September 29, 1972.
She spent her childhood at Ferndale and went to high school there.
She liked horse riding there, too.
She was a lesbian and lived with her partner Annie Antepara.
She died at the age of 38 due to cancer.
To remember her, Guy had her name tattoed on him.
Guy Fieri is a good man and helps people while working on different TV shows.
He started Guy Fieri's Cooking With Kids or CWK, a foundation that teaches kids on how to cook.
In one of its training programs, children learn how to make pretzels.
Also, the foods purchased through "Guy's Grocery Games" are given to a charity for the homeless.