Who is Eddie Huang and what is his net worth 2018? Eddie Huang is a multi-talented person. He is a famous American chef, restaurateur, food famous television personality, attorney, producer, and writer. He is famous as the owner of a Taiwanese bun shop named as BaoHaus. He is also known for his autobiography Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir and as a host of Vineland. He has achieved a good financial status and a huge net worth with his multiple talents and passion for food.
Eddie Huang was born on 1st of March in the year 1982 in Washington D.C. Eddie was influenced by food industry because his father used to work in seafood and steak restaurants. During his childhood, he was interested in hip hop dance and has been into many fights due to which he has been arrested too. He started as a lawyer after his graduation from The University of Pittsburgh and from the Yeshiva University.
After working as a lawyer for one year, he shifted his career from lawyer to standup comedian. He tried many careers including a clothing designer but at last found his passion in the food industry. In the year 2009, he opened his first restaurant titled as BaoHaus and then one more named as Xiao Ye which has not worked well.
He is known for the success in the cooking fraternity through his restaurant Baozi. Other than cooking he has also been the author of the blog called Fresh Off the Boat and has hosted the Cheap Bites on Cooking Channel on television. The versatile and talented Huang has been pretty secretive about his personal life. He has never revealed anything about his love affairs. He is not married yet and also doesn’t have any kids.
Eddie started his career as a lawyer which was a very profitable career but Eddie was not interested in it so he left it after a year. He also pursued other careers like standup comedian and clothing designer but at last, he found his true passion as a restaurateur and chef.
He is one of the most influential people in the food industry and he started his career in the food industry in the year 2009 with his Taiwanese bun shop titled as BaoHaus in the Lower East Side section of Lower Manhattan. He relocated his first shop with an expanded menu in the East Village in the year 2011. He opened another restaurant titled as Xiao Ye which was less successful because of controversies and poor reviews and at last Eddie has to close it.
Other than cooking, he has also published two books, one of which is Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir and other one is Double Cup Love: On the Trail of Family, Food, and Broken Hearts in China. In the year 2012, he has also been picked as a TED Fellow in 2012 but this membership was revoked later.
Eddie has achieved many titles for his delicious food. Some of them include Best Bun 2010 from New York Magazine, an impressive review of $25 and Under from The New York Times, Top 10 Eats from the Village Voice and Best Fries from Timeout magazine 2010. He also made Chow 13 in 2011 and won Best Internet Personality by the Village Voice in the year 2010.
Net Worth of Eddie Huang
The net worth of the multi-talented Eddie has been estimated as $3 million. He has got this much net worth through his passion for food, sheer dedication, and his skills as a very talented person. He runs a bun shop named as BaoHaus and today he has a prestigious place at East Village, New York City.
Eddie Huang is a versatile personality of American nationality. He owns a Baozi restaurant in the East Village called BaoHaus. Chinese cuisine made him not only popular but also rich. Huang has several sources of income and his total net worth is approximate $3 million.