Emmanuel Feildel was born in Nantes, France on 26 March, 1974. He trained in England and now living in Australia, best known for his participation in Australia’s Ready Steady Cook, Master Chef Australia and My cooking competition programs. Kitchen Rules (MKR)) He built a solid reputation as chef de cuisine at Bilson’s restaurant before moving to open his own restaurant, Manu in L’Étoile, in 2009. The restaurant closed in March 2014, when it was no longer profitable. His other failed restaurant companies include L’Aperitif and Le Grand Cirque. Feildel entered and won Dancing with the Stars 2011.
He is About 46 years old.
Manu Feildel stands at a tall height which might be over 6 feet tall.
An Australian chef and ‘My Kitchen Rules’ judge.
Despite the history of professional chefs in his family, including his father and a grandfather, Feildel decided to join a circus school at age 13 and learned to juggle, ride a bike, do antics, and do some stunts. He stayed for three years and then decided that cooking was his first love and he moved to London, where he studied at the Cafe Royal restaurant. He then worked at Les Associes, the Cafe des Amis du Vin and the popular seafood restaurant Livebait.
Career And Achievements
After moving to Australia in 1999, he worked in various restaurants for several years before opening the kitchen as chef de cuisine at Bilson’s at the invitation of its owner, offering contemporary French cuisine. According to The Sydney Morning Herald, it was a key factor in Bilson’s “three hat success”. The Daily Telegraph indicates that it is for their service at this “exceptional restaurant” that it is famous among foodies. Feildel began appearing on Ready Steady Cook in 2006 and on MasterChef Australia in 2009 and has co-hosted My Kitchen Rules since 2010. Also in 2009, Feildel left Bilson and opened his own French bistro, Manu en L’Étoile. However, the restaurant closed in March 2014, with Feildel citing a “nightmare year” with too many things, including his My Kitchen Rules commitments and increased competition that had damaged his business, meaning that he could no longer afford to stay open. In 2010, he was the famous contestant on the first episode of the short-lived Australian version of Beat the Star. Feildel won the 2011 series Dancing with the Stars  and appeared on the Good Food & Wine Show 2011. He was also nominated for Most Popular New Male Talent at the 2011 Logie Awards. He was the host from the Dinner Date reality dating series in 2011. Following the closure of its Sydney restaurant, Manu in L’Étoile, Feildel in partnership with chef George Calombaris opened a new Le Grand Cirque restaurant in Melbourne, which closed 4 months after it opened in August 2014.
In April 2014, Feildel presented a two-part travel cooking documentary titled My France With Manu that follows Feildel traveling through western France, highlighting local food, scenery, and his memories of France. The show was originally screened on Seven Network. Manu has played a recurring character on the Aunty Donna podcast, where he is played by Zachary Ruane. Manu’s character has incurred great controversy during his time on the show, including denying the holocaust and responsibility for the September 11 attacks. One of the podcast’s guests, Jared Jekkyl, claims to have met Manu in person while filming My Kitchen Rules at Manu’s house. So far, Manu himself has been unable to comment on his portrayal of the group, other than a brief mention on the 2019 Today show. Feildel appears in the 2018 movie The BBQ as French chef Andre Mont Blanc. In 2019, he became judge of the revived version of Australia’s Got Talent for the Seven Network. It was announced on October 23, 2019 that Feildel would be joining former MasterChef judges Gary Mehigan and Matt Preston in 2020 on a new cooking competition show called Plate of Origin.
In March 2013, Feildel toured the Kokoda Track to raise money for CanTeen, the Australian organization for young people living with cancer. Each participant donated $ 5,000 to join the walk. Feildel is also an ambassador for Camp Quality, a family cancer charity for children whose motto is “Laughter is the best medicine.”
Feildel and his partner Ronnie Morshead separated after 12 years together during 2009. They have a son together, a son named Jonti Feildel. Feildel got engaged to jewelry manager Clarissa Weerasena in November 2013. The couple are rumored to be married in a private ceremony in Malaysia in February 2014. The couple welcomed a daughter, Charlee Ariya Feildel, on February 5. from 2015.
How much is the net worth of Manu Feildel 2020?
As a chef, Manu started his career after working at the Café des Amis du Vin, Les Associes and the famous Livebait seafood restaurant. Additionally, he even participated in the show as MasterChef Australia, Ready Steady Cook, and My Kitchen Rules (MKR). While working at Bilson’s restaurant, Feildel gained a solid position as chef. Additionally, Feildel won the grand prize after competing and won the Dancing with the Stars series 2011. Australian chef Manu Feildal’s net worth is around $ 10 million according to source.