Marco Pierre White

Born in Yorkshire in 1961, Marco Pierre White is the son and grandson of chefs. He left school to become a kitchen apprentice at the Hotel St George in Harrogate, and later trained with masters such as Albert Roux, Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffmann. White opened his first restaurant, Harveys, in Wandsworth, south-west London in the late 1980s, where his protégés included Gordon Ramsay and Jason Atherton. At the age of 33, he made gastronomic history when he became the first British chef – and the world’s youngest – to win three Michelin stars (at Restaurant Marco Pierre White at the Hyde Park Hotel). He is the author of many bestselling cookery books and an autobiography, The Devil in the Kitchen.

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