Canadian Celebrity Chef Sedlak Dies at 29


NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. — Canadian celebrity chef Anthony Sedlak has died in his home at age 29.

Sedlak’s family released a statement saying he died of an undiagnosed medical condition.

Sedlak was best-known as the host of Food Network Canada’s “The Main,” and a judge on Family Cook Off. Sedlak had completed a culinary arts program and four-year apprenticeship in Vancouver, before spending almost two years at La Trompette, a Michelin-Star restaurant in London, England.

Sedlak won silver representing Canada at the World Junior Chef Challenge in New Zealand as well as Food Network’s Superstar Chef Challenge, before going on to host his own show on that network for four seasons.

According to his family, a private funeral service will be held in Vancouver.

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