Monday, 11 September 2017

MasterChef US Season 3 Contestants Where Are They Now?

MasterChef US Season 3 Contestants Where Are They Now

MasterChef US features judges Gordon Ramsay, Graham Elliott and Joe Bastianich testing the culinary skills of amateur chefs from the USA with a number of challenges and dishes to prepare, with those failing to impress being sent home. 

MasterChef US Season 3 aired June 04 to September 10, 2012 on Fox Network, there were 18 contestants and the prize for the winner was $250,000, their own cookbook and a MasterChef trophy.

Find out what the MasterChef season 3 contestants did next after appearing on MasterChef with Gordon Ramsay. MasterChef season 3 where are they now?

Anna Rossi, 28, was a Pharmaceutical sales rep from Boston, Massachusetts. He was eliminated in episode 9 after her under cooked tortellini failed to impress the judges. After the show, she became a food writer and blogger at https://braveapron.com/ and other mainstream publications, a tv cookery personality and spokesperson for Olivio. She also does cookery demonstrations and private cookery events. 
Anna Rossi 
Christine Hà, 32, was a student from Houston, Texas. She was the winner of MasterChef US Season 3 due to her menu in the final. After the show, her cookbook Recipes from My Home Kitchen: Asian and American Comfort Food was published, she is offer private chef services, is a brand ambassador and an avid food blogger at http://www.theblindcook.com
Christine Hà 
Dave Mack, 27, worked in caviar sales and was from Davie, Florida. He was eliminated in episode 4 after he failed to clean the mushrooms in the risotto challenge. After the show, he became an events chef, catering a number of cookery events all over America and owns private catering company savorhous. 
Dave Mack 
David Martinez, 32, was an Educational Administrator from Chicago, Illinois. He was eliminated in episode 16 after a steak cooking challenge of cooking filet rare, medium and well done. After the show, he launched private dining events and website fromfiretotable before returning to college to study for a doctorate at Arizone State in Educational finance. 
David Martinez 
Felix Fang, 24, was a Food Runner from Hollywood, California. She was eliminated in episode 15 after her profiteroles failed to impress the judges. After the show, she hosted Sex+Food on Vice, was a private chef and actress. 
Felix Fang 
Frank Mirando, 28, was a Stockbroker from Holbrook, New York. He was eliminated in episode 18 after his . After the show, he returned to a career in Wealth Management but still has an interest in cooking and has done a number of charity cookery events and shares recipes/food pics on social media. 
Frank Mirando 
Helene Leeds, 35, was a Health Coach and former model from Baldwin, Maryland. She was eliminated in episode 6 after her . After the show, she returned to her previous career as a Health Coach and also a life coach. She also did a number of cookery demonstrations and cookery events. 
Helene Leeds 
Josh Marks, 24, was an Army Contract Specialist from Jackson, Mississippi. He was eliminated in episode 12 but returned in episode 14 after winning the special episode with his fruit tart being deemed the best. After the show, he sadly committed suicide in October 2013 after a battle with mental illness. 
Josh Marks 
Mairym Monti Carlo, 36, was a Homemaker from Los Angeles, California. She was eliminated in episode . After the show, she became a TV judge and Radio host, food blogger, public speaker, brand spokesperson, charity ambassador and  much more! 
Mairym Monti Carlo 
Mike Hill, 40, was a Contractor from Powder Springs, Georgia. He was eliminated in episode 10 after his pizza stone baked lobster landed him in the bottom three. After the show, he released his own range of spice rubs and his Game Table TV, is a YouTube Channel focusing on food and more and also features his family. 
Mike Hill 
Michael Chen, 19, was a Meteorology student from Austin, Texas. He was eliminated in episode 5 after putting cheese into his apple pie crust. After the show, he dropped out of college and gained experience in kitchens in Canada and the USA before becoming head chef at The Kessler. 
Michael Chen
Becky Reams, 27, was a Food Photographer from Stilwell, Kansas. She was eliminated in episode 19 after her frog legs dish landed her in the bottom two. After the show, she returned to food photography before opening her own catering company Bang Bang Brunch. 
Becky Reams
Ryan Umane, 26, was unemployed and from New York City. He was eliminated in episode 7 after Gordon asked the bottom two, Ryan or Tali to give up their place and he gave up his jacket. After the show, he started catering company Flavor Elevator Inc and is also a real estate agent.
Ryan Umane
Samantha De Silva, 27, was a Design Consultant from Miami, Florida. She was eliminated in episode 4 after her duck dish landed her in the bottom three. After the show, she appears to have continued to cook but awaiting further info on where she is based. 
Samantha De Silva
Scott Little, 38, was an Interactive Producer from Annandale, Virginia. He was eliminated in episode 8, landing in the bottom three after his strawberry shortcake failed to impress the judges. After the show, he appears to have returned to his previous career.
Scott Little
Stacey Amagrande, 29, was a Market Manager from Apple Valley, California. She was eliminated in episode 13 after her Japanese sampler landed her in the bottom two. After the show, she became Executive Chef at 7th Heaven Cafe, which closed in October 2015. 
Stacey Amagrande
Tali Clavijo, 29, was a Musician from Chicago, Illinois. He was eliminated in episode 11 after his arctic char dish left him in the bottom three. After the show, he continued to cook but appears to have returned to his previous profession as a musician.
Tali Clavijo
Tanya Noble, 21, was a student from Austin, Texas. She was eliminated in episode 10 after her dough and garlic were raw in her dish. After the show, she moved to Australia and studied cookery and hospitality and has worked in a number of restaurant and events roles as well as being a restaurant consultant. 
Tanya Noble

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