Who is Nancy Putkoski? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Anthony Bourdain, a late celebrity chef, travel documentary filmmaker, author, and television personality, was previously married to Nancy Putkoski.

Nancy Putkoski: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

In a loving family, Nancy Putoski was born and reared in the United States. She attended Vassar College and the Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, New Jersey.

Anthony and Nancy Putkoski were wed for twenty long years, from their nuptials in 1985 to their divorce in 2005.

Nancy and Anthony, who had been dating since their first meeting in high school, broke up due to their growing distance. They split up due to Anthony’s regular business travel schedule.

Years later, in 2012, Anthony talked about those experiences with Daily Life, recalling how he purposefully finished high school a year early so that he could enroll at Vassar College alongside Nancy. He was fortunate that the college had just recently begun to admit men.

He claimed: “She was my partner in crime, my wife, and before that, my girlfriend” in the same interview.

Ex-Husband, Anthony Bourdain’s Relationship History, Children

A few weeks after they began dating, Anthony, Nancy Putkoski’s ex-husband, wed Octavia Busia, a professional martial artist, as his second wife on April 20, 2007. Ariane Bourdain, who Anthony once referred to as a “very tough critic” of his cooking, was born to them later that year.

In 2016, Anthony divorced once more, but he maintained a cordial relationship with the mother of his one and only kid. Moving on, he began seeing Asia Argento, an Italian actress who was one of a dozen women to accuse former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, in 2017.

Anthony was dating Asia up until his passing on June 8th, 2018.

Death Classified As Suicide

Anthony Putkoski, Nancy Putkoski’s ex-husband, passed away at age 61 after what appeared to be a suicide, according to CNN.

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’s award-winning host was discovered unconscious in his hotel room in France by his close friend and chief, Eric Ripert. They were both presents since a future edition of the show was being filmed.

Anthony started his career working in seafood restaurants after being born in New York City and reared in Leonia, New Jersey. After earning his degree from the Culinary Institute of America, he worked as everything from a dishwasher and prep worker to a line cook and sous-chef.

His best-selling book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, which was published in 2000, marked a turning point in his career and ultimately led to his winning five Emmy Awards for his work in television.

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