Celebrity Chef Dead at 29 — Anthony Sedlak Was a Star in His Native Country

Jul 10, 2012  •  Post A Comment

A celebrity chef who was well-known in his native country, Anthony Sedlak, has died at 29, TV Guide reports. Sedlak, who was the host of Food Network Canada’s “The Main,” was found dead Friday in his apartment in Vancouver.

The story reports: “At the age of 23, Sedlak represented Canada at the World Junior Chef Challenge in Auckland, New Zealand, where he won the silver medal. The next year, he won Food Network’s Superstar Chef Challenge.”

Sedlak became host of “The Main” in 2007, with the show running four seasons. He also appeared as a judge on Food Network Canada’s “Family Cook Off.”

He is believed to have died from an undiagnosed medical condition. Sedlak is quoted by some sources as saying once in an interview that his motto was “Live fast, die young.”

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