1. Anthony Bourdain made his appearance in 2010, playing the part of "Dr Tony.
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21. Anthony Bourdain began dating actress and director Asia Argento in early 2017.
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22. Anthony Bourdain made the switch to CNN in 2013 to head up Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which is still filming new episodes.
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50. Anthony Bourdain helped with developing the character of Janette Desautel, a New Orleans chef trying to resume her career after her restaurant was heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
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51. Anthony Bourdain was a member of the writing staff for the HBO series Treme.
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53. Anthony Bourdain made his television debut on the Food Network with A Cook's Tour.
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57. Anthony Bourdain has appeared as a guest judge on various seasons of the popular cooking competition series Top Chef.
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65. Anthony Bourdain is one of the most familiar faces in the food world these days, both on television on CNN's Parts Unknown, and in print and online as someone who's never afraid to voice his opinion on any range of topics.
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68. Anthony Bourdain championed industrious Spanish-speaking immigrants—from Mexico, Ecuador, and other Central and South American countries—who are cooks and chefs in many US restaurants, including upscale establishments, regardless of cuisine.
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71. In 2017, Anthony Bourdain began dating the Italian actress Asia Argento, whom he met when she appeared on the Rome episode of Parts Unknown.
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78. Anthony Bourdain declared that the unwashed warthog rectum he ate in Namibia was "the worst meal of [his] life", along with the fermented shark he ate in Iceland.
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80. Anthony Bourdain was known for consuming exotic local specialty dishes, having eaten "sheep testicles in Morocco, ant eggs in Puebla, Mexico, a raw seal eyeball as part of a traditional Inuit seal hunt, and an entire cobra—beating heart, blood, bile, and meat—in Vietnam".
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85. Anthony Bourdain was one of the main judges on Top Chef All-Stars.
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86. Anthony Bourdain wrote weekly blog commentaries for many of the Season 3 episodes, filling in as a guest blogger while Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio was busy opening a new restaurant.
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88. Anthony Bourdain wrote two more bestselling nonfiction books: A Cook's Tour, an account of his food and travel exploits around the world, written in conjunction with his first television series of the same title, and The Nasty Bits (2006), another collection of essays centered on food.
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89. Anthony Bourdain worked in seafood restaurants in Provincetown, Massachusetts, while attending Vassar, which inspired his decision to pursue cooking as a career.
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90. Anthony Bourdain graduated from the Dwight-Englewood School—an independent coeducational college-preparatory day school in Englewood, New Jersey—in 1973, then enrolled at Vassar College, but dropped out after two years.
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92. Anthony Bourdain was a 1978 graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and a veteran of a number of professional kitchens in his long career, which included many years spent as executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles in Manhattan.
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96. In the final episode of "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown", the late chef explores Manhattan's Lower East Side.
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99. Anthony Bourdain was found dead of suicide in his hotel room in Kaysersberg, France.
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