5 Facts About Andrew Zimmern

1. In 2014, Andrew Zimmern introduced Intuitive Content, a full-service production company that develops and produces dynamic original television and broadcast specials, while partnering with companies to create brand-driven series and web content.

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2. In 2003, Andrew Zimmern filmed a test pilot for the show that ultimately became Bizarre Foods, targeting Travel Channel specifically as a potential home.

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3. In November 2018, Andrew Zimmern opened a Chinese restaurant called "Lucky Cricket", for which he serves as head chef, in St Louis Park, Minnesota.

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4. Prior to Bizarre Foods, Andrew Zimmern had an extensive radio career.

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5. In 1992, Andrew Zimmern moved to Minnesota, where he checked into the Hazelden Treatment Center for drug and alcohol addiction treatment, where he now volunteers.

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