Anthony Bourdain Is Nominated For Emmy 2018 Awards A Month After His Sad Passing

Date July 16, 2018

A celebrity chef and CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown host, Anthony Bourdain, earns posthumous Emmy nominations.


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Late Anthony Bourdain is nominated for Emmy Awards

A month after his sad passing, a popular chef and iconic television personality, Anthony Bourdain, was honored with several Emmy nominations.


Bourdain is nominated in the Outstanding Informational Series category for hosting Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. He also earned an individual nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program.

His popular show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is also nominated for Emmy in six categories. In the series, the late Bourdain used to travel to different parts of the world, tasting local cuisines in search of new delicious recipes.

Anthony Bourdain was considered to be one of the most outstanding chefs of the whole generation. About a month ago, Bourdain has allegedly committed suicide in his hotel room in France. 

The popular author and chef traveled worldwide not only to gather new recipes, but also to share life experience with various people he met during his trips. Among a number of Anthony's memorable life lessons, we like the following one most of all:

Skills can be taught. Character you either have or you don’t have.


The 70th Emmy Awards ceremony will be aired on NBC September 17. You can see the full list of the nominees here.

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