6 Facts About Marcus Samuelsson

1. In May 2017, Marcus Samuelsson appeared in the final episode of Undercover Boss to find and mentor new culinary talent.

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2. In August 2018, Marcus Samuelsson officially joined Tasty as executive chef-in-residence.

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3. In 2016, Marcus Samuelsson began making occasional appearances in videos produced for BuzzFeed's Tasty video series, mostly providing food demonstrations as well as making a guest appearance in an episode of BuzzFeed's flagship food series Worth It in a segment filmed at Red Rooster, where his fried chicken was declared series creator Steven Lim's personal "Worth It winner".

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4. On 28 June 2012, Marcus Samuelsson was the subject of an extensive interview on Fresh Air with Terry Gross on NPR.

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5. In spring 2015, Marcus Samuelsson opened his second Harlem restaurant, Streetbird Rotisserie, a kitchenette with a menu inspired by cookouts focusing on fried and rotisserie chicken, and decor paying tribute to the hip-hop culture of Harlem.

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6. On 24 November 2009, Marcus Samuelsson served as guest chef for the first state dinner of the Barack Obama presidency.

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