Friday, 17 March 2017

Hell's Kitchen Season 12 Contestants Where Are They Now?


Hell's Kitchen Season 12 aired March 13 to July 24, 2014 on Fox Network, there were 20 contestants and the prize for the winner was the head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill in Caesars Palace at Las Vegas offered during Season 11.


Find out what the Hell's Kitchen season 12 contestants did next after appearing on Hell's Kitchen with Gordon Ramsay. Hell's Kitchen season 12 where are they now?


Anton Testino, 39, was a Head Chef from Butler, New Jersey. He was eliminated in show 14 due to his deteriorating performances and his ego/arrogance. After the show, he opened restaurant Axtons, runs a catering company and gives culinary demonstrations. 
Beth Taylor, 43, was a Line Cook from Independence, Louisiana. She was eliminated in show 6 as she was out of her depth and lacked confidence and leadership skills. After the show, she is a Private Chef and runs a catering business. 
Bev Lazo Gonzalez, 42, was a Food Truck Chef from Whittier, California. She was eliminated in show 8 due to her poor performance and allowing herself to be pushed out her own station. After the show, she returned to being a food truck Chef and doing cooking demonstrations and cookery events. She is currently runs Fiesta Adobo Catering,  specialising in Filipino foods. 
Chris Eversole, 27, was a Line Cook from Las Vegas, Nevada. He was eliminated in show 7 due to his average performance and wasting ingredients. After the show, he appears to have returned to the kitchen, any further info please email me! 
Gaurav Navin, 34, was an Executive Chef from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He was eliminated in show 1 due to his poor performance and his attitude. After the show, he returned to the kitchen and became the senior executive chef for IMU Restaurants and Catering. 
Jason Zepaltas, 31, was a Sous Chef and a former Hell's Kitchen contestant (Season 9) from Chicago, Illinois. He was runner up of Season 12 and took his defeat well saying that Scott deserved to win. After the show, he returned to the kitchen. 
Jessica Vogel, 29, was a Line Cook from Spring Lake, New Jersey. She was eliminated in show 10 due to her performance during the service. After the show, she competed on Cutthroat Kitchen and is Executive Chef at Black Rebel Burger . 
Joy Parham–Thomas, 25, was a Kitchen Supervisor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She quit during show 18 after arguing with Gordon. After the show, she returned to her catering company Urban Country Culinary Concepts  and offers private chef services. 
Kashia Zollicoffer,  23, was a Line Cook from Carthage, Mississippi. She was eliminated in show 17 due to her poor performance and bad temper during the service but praised her effort in the process. After the show, she opened her own restaurant Urban Country Kitchen and reviews are good. She also released a cookbook "Cooking is my Therapy".
Melanie Finch, 24, was a Line Cook from Woodland Hills, California. She was eliminated in show 19 but was praised for her performance over the process and she was allowed to keep her jacket. After the show, she is currently Sous Chef at Local Peasant. 
Michael DeMarco, 29, was a Line Cook from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He was eliminated in show 5 after being nominated in every show and failing to improve. After the show, he returned to his his role as Head Chef at Churchill's Pub Savannah. 
Michael Gabriel, 26, was an Executive Chef from Spring, Texas. He was automatically eliminated during show 16 after serving raw salmon during the service. After the show, he works as a Private Chef and appeared on Cutthroat Kitchen. 
Mike Aresta, 38, was a Chef Instructor from Keyport, New Jersey. He was eliminated in show 4 for his poor performances and lack of contribution. After the show, he appears to have returned to his previous career. 
Nicole Rutz, 33, was a Baker from Morganville, New Jersey. She was eliminated in show 2 due to her poor performance, her attitude and lack of passion. After the show, she appears to have returned to her previous career. 
Ralph Johnson, 28, was a Chef De Partie from Boston, Massachusetts. He was eliminated in show 10 due to his performance during the service and refusing to take responsibility for his mistakes. After the show, he was Sous Chef at Aragosta at the Fairmont Battery Wharf.
Richard Mancini, 48, was an Executive Chef from Bloomingdale, Illinois. He was eliminated in show 13 due to his abilities failing to live up to his experience and allowing himself to be removed from his station. After the show, he released a line of pasta sauces and offers catering and private chef services. He also helped launched Primo restaurant. 
Rochelle Bergman, 27, was a Catering Chef from Riverside, California. She was eliminated in show 19 but was praised highly by Gordon for her energy in the kitchen. After the show, she appears to have returned to her previous career.
Sandra Flores, 36, was a Sous Chef from Queens, New York. She was eliminated in show 12 due to her lack of improvement in the process. After the show, she competes in cookery competitions. 
Scott Commings, 36, was an Executive Chef from Woodstock, Illinois. He was the winner of Hell's Kitchen season 12 due to his passion, determination and leadership skills. After the show, he took up his position as the Head Chef at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace. 
Simone Hammond, 43, was a Buffet Cook from Henderson, Nevada. She volunteered to leave the show in show 3 and Gordon granted her wish to leave. After the show, she returned to being a chef at Gustav International Catering.


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