Robert P. Irvine is a celebrity chef, famous for Food Network programs including Restaurant: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America, Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant Express. By the age of fifteen, he started cooking enlisting in the Royal Navy. In 2007, he was included in Men's Fitness magazine's list of the "25 Fittest Guys in America". In 2006, he served as a Head Chef at their 78th Academy Awards dinner.
Accounting his personal life, he is a married man. Till now he has been married twice, details about his first marriage are still kept out of media's radar. He has two beautiful daughters from his first marriage. Currently, he is married to a former WWE and TNA star. The couple is often spotted together and seems to have a great bonding with each other so there is no point in their divorce.
Robert Irvine was born on September 24, 1965, in Salisbury, England. He is American and belongs to the Mixed ethnicity (British and American). He was raised in Wiltshire, United Kingdom.
At the age of 15, he started his cooking career upon enlisting in the UK's Royal Navy. After completing his culinary training, he served to board Her Majesty's Royal Yacht Britannia. He has worked in Bali, Jakarta, and Ho Chi Minh City before becoming Executive Chef aboard.
Robert Irvine began his cooking career since his early days. He debuted on TV with Food Network show, Fit for a King which was later re-titled, Dinner: Impossible. He was involved in the Children Uniting Nations charity and was one of the teams of celebrity chefs who participated in fundraising dinner for the 77th Academy Awards in 2005.
He founded Robert Irvine Foods.In 2006, he announced his departure from Food Network and he returned to the channel in 2008.
Irvine opened eat! restaurant in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in association with Randall Williams. In 2011, he opened his second restaurant, Robert Irvine's Nosh.
In 2007, he launched his first cookbook, Mission: Cook! then released his second book, Impossible to Easy on 2010. Both of the books were commercially successful. He started working as a regular columnist for Muscle & Fitness. His next book, Fit Fuel: A Chef's Guide to Eating Well, Getting Fit, and Living Your Best Life was a huge success.