Tuesday, 28 August 2018

MasterChef US Season 4 Contestants Where Are They Now?

MasterChef US Season 4 contestants
MasterChef US features judges Gordon Ramsay, Graham Elliott and 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 4 aired May 22 to September 11, 2013 on Fox Network, there were 19 contestants and the prize for the winner was $250,000, their own cookbook and a MasterChef trophy.


Adriana Guillen
Adriana Guillen was a College Admissions Manager from New York City. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 5 after her cheesecake landed her in the bottom three.

After the show, she started a Youtube channel cooking vegetarian food and a private Chef company called Authentically Mexican | Deliciously Vegetarian. 



Bime Cruz
Bime Cruz was a Boxing Coach from Taunton, Massachusetts. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 10 after his runny lemon meringue pie landed him in the bottom three.

After the show, he worked at Stoneforge Tavern and currently works at The Foundry an American Table & Bar.



Bethy Rossos
Bethy Rossos was a PE Teacher from Estacada, Oregon. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 15 after her mushroom dish left her in the bottom three.

After the show, she offered cookery classes and private catering services through her now offline website, runs her own waffles food truck and in 2016 represented the state of Oregon in the 13th annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off.


Bri Kozior
Bri Kozior was a Theater Assistant from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 16 but won back a place in episode 18 and was eliminated again in episode 20 after her calamari dish landed her in the bottom two.

After the show, she became a Private Chef and a gym instructor.


Eddie Jackson
Eddie Jackson was a Former Pro Football Player and Personal Trainer from Americus, Georgia. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 17 after a sushi challenge.

After the show, he won Food Network Star Season 11 and owns Rosehill beer garden & Food truck and Fit chef studio gym. He also hosts  Eddie Jackson's Game Day Playbook and Eddie Jackson’s Fitness Playbook on FoodNetwork.com.


Beth Kirby
Beth Kirby was a writer and photographer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 11 after her crab cake was deemed inedible.

After the show, she became a food blogger, won awards for her food photography and teaches cookery workshops.



Howard Simpson
Howard Simpson was a Barback from Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 9 as his filled pasta dish failed to impress the judges.

After the show, he managed a bar before becoming a Chef at Hillstone Restaurants and R+D Kitchen Newport.




James Nelson
James Nelson worked in retail sales and was from Victoria, Texas. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 22 after his Panna cotta was deemed the worst dish.

After the show, he is Co-Owner and Director of Sales at Bravado Spice.




Jessie Lysiak
Jessie Lysiak was a Yacht Stewardess from Social Circle, Georgia. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 24 after her kobe beef dish failed to impress the judges.

After the show, she returned to her previous career before becoming a private chef. She is a hockey wife and mother.




Jonny Blanchard
Jonny Blanchard was a Carpenter from Marlboro, Massachusetts. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 12 after his macarons landed him in the bottom two.

After the show, he has had twin boys and continues to cook, although it doesn't appear he has become a chef.




Jordan Roots
Jordan Roots was a Delivery Driver from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 19 after his quail dish failed to impress the judges.

After the show, he ran a kickstarter campaign to fund a new food cart but failed to raise $50,000. He instead opened a catering business called Salted Roots Catering of which he is Chef and owner and he is also Chef at Wooden Hill Brewing.


Kathy Prieto
Kathy Prieto was an Office Assistant from Bronx, New York. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 8 after losing to Luca in a lobster cook off challenge and was offered an internship at one of Gordon's restaurants.

After the show, she did two days of training at Gordon's London restaurant before she was asked not to return. She later opened catering company Fire's Flaming Kitchen.


Krissi Biasiello
Krissi Biasiello was a Paralegal from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 23 after a pressure test of cooking chocolate desserts landed her in the bottom two.

After the show, she posted racist and insensitive tweets that were later deleted and regularly posts recipes on her website. She also offers private chef services.


Luca Manfé
Luca Manfé was a Restaurant Manager from Astoria, New York. He was the MasterChef season 4 winner due to his three course meal impressing the judges and was praised by Gordon for his short ribs.

After the show, he launched his cook book "My Italian Kitchen: Favorite Family Recipes", launched personal catering service Dinner with Luca and food truck The Lucky Fig. He also hosts online cookery classes with MasterChef winners Shaun and Claudia.


Lynn Chyi
Lynn Chyi was a Systems Administrator from San Diego, California. He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 18 after plating less perfect eggs than Bime in an elimination challenge.

After the show, he became a photographer and UX designer at Illumina.



Malcolm Green
Malcolm Green was unemployed and from Cambridge, Massachusetts.He was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 6 after coming in the bottom three of a cupcake elimination challenge.

After the show, he opened catering company Malia's Catering. He does a number of pop up events and is a baker, creating and selling custom occasion cakes.


Natasha Crnjac
Natasha Crnjac was a Stay-at-Home Mom from San Diego, California. She was the MasterChef season 4 runner up with Gordon admitting it was very close.

After the show, she returned to being a Stay-at-Home Mom and briefly offered catering/private chef services.




Sasha Foxx
Sasha Foxx was a Singer from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 4 after struggling with cooking a langoustine dish.

After the show, she appeared on America's Got Talent and continues to further her singing career. She appeared on a number of cookery segments.



Savannah Sturges
Savannah Sturges was a Middle School Special Ed. Teacher from San Diego, California. She was eliminated from MasterChef in episode 14 after a chicken pressure test.

After the show, she did a number of events as a private/catering chef and had her own website sharing recipes and advertising private chef services.



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