Celebrities React To Anthony Bourdain’s Passing













On Friday, June 8, it was reported that beloved chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain was found dead of an apparent suicide. Bourdain was found dead in his hotel room in Strasbourg, France by his friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert. It was reported by CNN that he had hanged himself. Both Bourdain and Ripert were on location in France shooting an episode of his award-winning show,  Parts Unknown.

It’s been one devasting week following the unexpected and sudden passing of accomplished and celebrated fashion designer Kate Spade. Her shocking suicide left thousands around the world stunned earlier in the week after news broke of Spade’s passing.

Bourdain’s sudden death not only shocked and stunned those in the culinary world but several others as well. Many fellow chefs, celebrities, and athletes have taken to social media to share their experiences and some kind words about the star.

Bourdain made a name for himself first as a chef and then as an author. Bourdain’s New York Times bestselling memoir, Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, was published in 2000, leading to his jump into TV. His first show was A Cook’s Tour on the Food Network segueing into No Reservations on the Travel Channel. That show was his breakout hit.

In 2013, Parts Unknown premiered on CNN. During a 2016 episode, Bourdain admitted he sometimes struggled with depression.

His last Instagram post was a meal he had four days ago in France.


The 61-year-old leaves behind a young daughter and longtime partner Asia Argento.

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