Amanda Freitag’s Relationship, Is Gay, Family, Age

Amanda Freitag

Amanda Freitag is well-known for her role as a tough judge on The Food Network’s Chopped (2010-present). Her celebrity has drawn attention not only to her professional endeavors but also to her personal life. However, the New Jersey native appears to be so obsessed with cooking that it has kept her from falling in love with a human!

Quick Facts

Full NameAmanda Freitag
Date of BirthMay 11, 1972
Age51 years old
Height/How tall?
Father NamePaul Freitag
Mother NameKathleen Freitag
Gender IdentityFemale
Is Married?No
Is Gay?
Net Worth$3 Million

Here’s everything you need to know about her age, family, parents, and views on marriage and raising a family with a husband.

Amanda Freitag’s Personal Information: Age, Family

The New York-based chef was born in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, on May 11, 1972. Her father, Paul, and mother, Kathleen, are her parents. Jason Freitag and Justin Freita are her two brothers. As evidenced by her Instagram post commemorating Women’s Day, she had a close relationship with her grandmother, Margaret Grazioli. Her grandmother initially piqued her interest as a stylish working woman.

Because Amanda and her brothers were born to busy parents, they were forced to eat pre-prepared and sometimes frozen meals. She had no choice but to cook on her own, which shaped her interest in cooking.

Beginnings of a Cooking Career and Net Worth

Everyone noticed her growing interest in food, including her home economics teacher, who suggested she attend the Culinary Institute of America in New York, which she did. After graduating from the CIA in 1989, the aspiring chef was not short on opportunities. She has worked for a number of well-known restaurant chains, including Vong, Cesca Enoteca & Trattoria(2003), and many others.

Amanda Freitag
Amanda Freitag

She then gained extensive cooking experience by traveling to France and Italy in 1999. Freitag, who has extensive culinary knowledge, made her television debut in 2009 on The Martha Stewart Show, followed by The Next Iron Chef America in its second season. Finally, in 2010, she had a big hit as a judge on Chopped. She has served as a regular judge on Chopped.

Since 2015, she has also co-hosted the American Diner Revival with Ty Pennington. She published her cookbook, The Chef Next Door: A Pro Chef’s Recipes for Fun, Fearless Home Cooking, in September 2015, during the same time period. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the food lover has a thriving career as a chef and a lavish net worth of $3 million.

Is Amanda married?

Some people become so engrossed in their illuminating professional lives that they forget to incorporate elements into their personal lives. And the Chopped judge appears to be one of them. There is no proof that the 48-year-old is married or in a relationship.

Her only whim about her relationship status is that she once had a four-year relationship with an ultrasound technician named Raphael. The TV chef was also suspected of dating a hot man named Gregory Alan, based on selfies she posted with him in June 2016 and June 2018.

But, before delving into the suspected dating details, wait for the truth. In June 2018, the pro’s “selfie partner” married his wife, Elena Ruiz.

Finally, it appears that the chef is only in love with food. She most likely does not have time to look for her future husband. But, chances are, she’ll meet her future husband in the form of a foodie, whoever he may be.

Is Amanda A lesbian?

The fact that the charming celebrity chef is single is not hidden in the least. Is she a lesbian because she is single? Amanda has never been linked to a female partner as of yet. In her culinary career, she had a difficult time keeping up with men. As a result, she may be preoccupied with retaining her position in the company. Because the woman is preoccupied, why not let her be?

Nonetheless, her family wants her to be a gay icon. Her friend Kedzie Teller stated in an April 2020 tweet that he wanted her to resonate with gay people. In response to the tweet, a fan stated that she was already a gay icon. People in the gay community adored her on Food Network, according to her fans.