Jeff Mauro Biography
Jeff Mauro is an American television host who is the co-host of the Food Network series, The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. He is one of the best chefs in the culinary field. Mauro is famous for hosting Sandwich King on the Food Network and won the season 7th of Food Network Star.
Moreover in 2012, he received a Daytime Emmy nomination, however, celebrity chef, Bobby Flay won the honor. Mauro and Sunny Anderson started co-hosting a Food Network program, The Kitchen in 2014.
Jeff Mauro Age
Jeff Mauro was born on July 24, 1978 in Chicago, Illinois.
Jeff Mauro Wife
Sarah Mauro is married to his long-time girlfriend Sarah Mauro since 2005. The couple dated for a long time before tying the knot. The duo together has a son named Lorenzo Mauro.
Jeff Mauro Net Worth
As of 2019, Jeff Mauro has an estimated net worth of $2.3 Million. Mauro earns a lucrative amount of salary as a host of the show, however, the actual amount isn’t known yet.
Jeff Mauro Education
He graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in 2000, where he studied radio and television. Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. He started appearing in ads for Subway restaurants in 2017.
Being the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen, Jeff Mauro is also the host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Before this, Mauro was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. He, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show.
During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, he maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted his humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King.
Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn’t enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld “meal” could be classified as a sandwich. He was nominated in 2012, for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. Eventually, the award went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction.
Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network’s series The Kitchen in January 2014, along with Sunny Anderson, Marcela Valladolid, Katie Lee and Geoffrey Zakarian.