Matty Matheson is a celebrity chef of Canadian origin who came to public attention after he became the host of Dead Set on Life – which is a Viceland television series, though he still went ahead to host other shows like, Its Suppertime and Top Chef Canada. His career started when he was employed as an ordinary staff at Le Sélect Bistro. He was also at another restaurant called La Pallette where he put in a couple of years from 2006 to 2008.
The young Matty became a restaurant owner at the age of 21 and presently, Parts and Labour, which is the name of his restaurant is one of the most popular eateries across Canada. Matty has gained popularity on Instagram where he shares wild antics food-related posts. Away from the cuisine, he is one of the greatest tattoo lovers of all time with the major part of his skin inscribed with all sorts of images like his angel tattoo which was featured by the vice.com on the 2nd of February 2017. The celebrity chef and television host revealed in an interview session with Jessica Swaffer (tattoo artist), that he got his first inscription at the age of 17.
Matty Matheson’s Biography (Age)
Matthew James Matheson was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada on the 7th of February 1986. The popular Canadian chef is the son of Stephen Matheson who works as an engineer and Joan Matheson, who earns a living as a waitress. He grew up with a couple of brothers namely Adam Matheson and Stephen Matheson alongside an only sister known as Sarah Matheson.
Following his chef training and culinary management course which he accomplished at Humber College, he got employed at a French restaurant called Le Sélect Bistro. After a while, he moved on to La Palette restaurant which aided him in garnering a wealth of experience in French training as well as culinary arts. After honing his skills through a partnership with Oddfellows in 2010, Matty Matheson went ahead to co-found with Toronto’s successful Group of Chefs where they put on thematic dinners on a monthly basis at several venues in Toronto, unique locations as well as restaurants. Keep it Canada is the name of his web series which has gained massive popularity on social media platforms. The Toronto native is also part owner of Ossington Bridal Shop LoversLand which was founded by his wife.
Wife and Family of Matty Matheson
According to the grapevine, Matty Matheson and his wife, Trish Spencer were longtime friends whose relationship took off in high school but, the TV host kept mute on this statement. However, the duo took their marriage vows in August 2014 at Port Dover Beach located in Ontario, Canada. Their nuptials which came after several years of romantic entanglement has been going strong for almost five years and still counting.
Trish gained popularity as the founder and part owner of Loversland as she has established a booming career as a fashion and lifestyle specialist. Even before the commencement of their connubial life, the couple was blessed with their first child – a baby boy called Macarthur, though his date of birth is not known to the public, this may be due to the fact that his birth preceded their wedding. On his own part, the celebrity chef seems to be completely taken with his son as he never stops sharing his photos on Instagram.
Four years into their married life, precisely on the 31st of October 2018, Matty Matheson and his wife welcomed their second bundle of joy – a daughter called Rizzo Louise Matheson. The proud dad wasted no time in sharing the amazing news with the photo of their second child on Instagram. The duo appears to be the ideal couple, showing a lot of support and understanding to each other and living a happy married life which may be the reason they have never attracted the attention of the paparazzi in any marital controversy or friction.
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On an annual basis, Matty Matheson’s earnings from both his television shows and restaurant business range from $157,000 to $339,000. Though it might exceed that depending on prevailing factors. The Canadian chef does not only earn from the business and his TV shows, but he has also embarked on collaborations with several hotels in the hospitality industry. The 2018 figure for his net worth was $2 million and it is only logical to expect that the 2019 review will bring forth good tidings as the celebrity chef is still very much active in his restaurant business as well as television shows.