Rick Stein Biography, Wife, Age, Children, Family, networth?: Rick Steinis a renowned and award-winning English chef, restaurateur, cookery book author and a television presenter. As a chef, he is known for his passion for cooking with fresh and sustainable seafood. He has cooked for many eminent British personalities including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and David Cameron, as well as the French President, Jacques Chirac and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. With his first wife and business partner Jill, he opened his
first restaurant – The Seafood Restaurant – in Padstow, Cornwall in 1975. Today, he runs several restaurants, cafes, holiday cottages, shops and a cookery school in Padstow. Cornwall (and outside it too). Such is his contribution to the economy of Padstow that the place is nicknamed Padstein. outside the UK, He owns and operates Rick Stein in Bannisters – with his second wife Sarah – at two locations in Australia. On television, he has presented over 30 television programs including 12 cookery series. He is also known to pair food and travel with television shows and cookery books. He has written over 20 cookbooks as well as a memoir.
Born in: Churchill, Oxfordshire, England
Also Known As: Christopher Richard Stein
Age: 75 Years , 75 Years Male
Spouse/Ex-: Jill Stein (m. 1975–2007), Sarah Burns (m. 2011)
Father: Eric Stein
Mother: Dorothy Stein
Siblings: Henrietta Stein, Jenny Stein, John Stein
Children: Charles Stein, Edward Stein, Jack Stein;
Birth Country: England
Height: 6’0″ (183 cm), 6’0″U male
City: Oxfordshire, EnglandMore factsCelebrities born on my birthday?Submitted
childhood and early life
Christopher Richard Stein was born on 4 January 1947 in Oxfordshire to Eric Stein and Dorothy Stein. His siblings include a brother, John, and two sisters, Henrietta and Jenny. He also has a half-brother named Jeremy from his mother’s first marriage.
For his education, he first attended a preparatory school, Wells Court and later went to Wells House, Uppingham School and finally to a Cram School in Brighton.
He grew up on a farm in the Cotswolds and enjoyed a privileged and idyllic childhood. However, his father, Eric – the managing director of a distilling company – suffered from bipolar disorder and took his own life when Rick was 17 years old.
Soon, Rick began hotel management training with British Transport Hotels at his Great Western Royal Hotel in Paddington. He worked there as a chef.
Rick’s father’s death had left him in turmoil, so he left and moved to Australia where he worked as a laborer in a slaughterhouse and as a clerk in a naval dockyard. Thereafter, he traveled to New Zealand and Mexico.
When he returned to the UK, he attended New College in Oxford and earned a degree in English in 1971.
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