Lorraine Pascale Biography
Former top model Lorraine Pascale now serves as the host of the US Food Network and is a British television chef. She is best recognized for having sold more than a million books in the UK alone. She has TV programs in more than 70 nations. For a few seasons, she hosted her own cookery show on the BBC.
Age of Lorraine Pascale
As of November 2021, Pascale will be 49 years old. She was born in London, England, on November 17, 1972.
Height of Lorraine Pascale
Pascale is 1.78 meters (5 feet) tall, or 5 feet 10 inches.
Parents / Family of Lorraine Pascale
Parents from the Caribbean gave birth to Pascale in Hackney. She was reared in Witney, Oxfordshire, by a white couple named Roger and Audrey Woodward, who already had a son named Jason, after being adopted when she was 18 months old. Her mother was a nurse, and her adoptive father was a multilingual academic from Spain who had previously taught at Oxford. She knows who her biological parents are and what their other four kids’ names are, but she doesn’t want to get back in touch with them.
Daughter of Lorraine Pascale’s with Ex-husband
Ella Balinska, an actress, was born to Pascale after her early twenties marriage. The couple separated and got a divorce after that. She wed businessman Dennis O’Brien on June 26, 2021, in London’s Chelsea Old Town Hall.
Lorraine Pascale Food Network – Career
In addition to serving as a mentor on Worst Bakers in America, Lorraine also serves as a judge for the Holiday Baking Championship and Spring Baking Championship on the Food Network. Prior to taking over as host for the second season of Bakers vs. Fakers, she participated as a judge on two episodes of the first season. In January 2011, Pascale took over as host of the BBC television program Baking Made Easy, and she subsequently released a book that was based on the program. Later on in the year, in September and October, a second series called Home Cooking Made Easy with a companion book aired. On December 22, 2011, a Last-Minute Christmas special was broadcast on BBC Two.
A BBC Two television program called Fast, Fresh & Easy Food was based on a third book that was published in 2012 and aired in August and September of the same year. In the early months of 2014, Pascale co-hosted and served as a judge for the UK version of My Kitchen Rules on Sky Living. Pascale would host a brand-new, six-part television series on BBC Two later that year, titled Lorraine Pascale: How to be a Better Cook, it was revealed in April of that year. In March 2015, she co-hosted an edition of The Nation’s Favorite Food on BBC Two with the Hairy Bikers.
The Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship and Spring Baking Championship both include Lorraine as a judge in addition to her role as a mentor on Worst Bakers in America. She judged on two episodes of Bakers vs. Fakers in the first season before taking over as host for the second. The same agent who discovered Naomi Campbell also saw Pascale as a promising model when she was 16 years old. She rose to fame as the first black British model to be featured on the American Elle cover and now calls New York home. She appeared in the 1998 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue and as one of the “Bond Girls” in Robbie Williams’ “Millennium” music video.
Pascale made the decision to explore a variety of professions, such as hypnotherapy and vehicle repair, in order to plan her future after modeling. She participated in Leith’s School of Food and Wine’s diploma culinary program in 2005 and soon realized that cooking was “like an old pair of pants” to her. Pascale did many “stages” in a few London restaurants after earning her diploma, but she soon recognized that the hours of the restaurants would not work for her. She then established a reputation as a skilled cake maker and was hired by Selfridges. She was recommended to Selfridges by chef Marco Pierre White, and between 2008 and 2010, she provided the London retailer with over 1000 Christmas cakes. In Covent Garden, Pascale established her own cupcake company.
She earned her degree in culinary arts from Thames Valley University (now the University of West London) in March 2012 and did so with distinction. In 2015, Pascale asserted that she uses Transcendental Meditation to relax after work.
The wealth of Lorraine Pascale
Pascale is thought to be worth $30 million.
Lorraine Pascale Cookbooks
- Baking Made Easy
- ”Home Cooking Made Easy
- ”Lorraine Pascale’s Fast, Fresh and Easy Food
- A Lighter Way To Bake
- How to Be a Better Cook
- Eating Well Made Easy
- The Girlies’ Guide to Football