Almost impossible to do a man everything such as run own restaurants, also become one of the successful chefs, also a bestselling author and as well as an attorney. But the multi-talented guy Eddie Huang has every qualification which we were talking about.
Eddie's Career And Restaurant
His first job as an attorney was serving in corporate law at Chadbourne & Parke, but then after losing his first legal job, Eddie briefly pursued a career as a stand-up comic.
Eddie is known for his East Village Taiwanese restaurant; BaoHaus, this chef, and restaurateur also published a bestselling 2013 memoir titled "Fresh off the Boat," which adapted into an ABC TV show. In 2014, Huang started anchoring Snack-Off, an MTV culinary competition.
How Much Is Huang Worth?
The net worth of the multi-talented Eddie has an estimated $2.5 million. He has received to amalgamate these sums of net worth through his sheer dedication and skills as an incredibly talented personality.
He is a skilled guy who runs a hip-hop downtown sandwich shop named, BaoHaus, but he is gunning for number one, baby. Every chef's serve has made interesting by the influence of different culture and culinary traditions. In July 2011, Eddie relocated the first shop to 238 East 14th Street in the East Village with an enlarged menu.
Had Broken Engagement; Is Eddie Married?
According to his Instagram account, he has seen with several ladies, and also seems to date with someone. But though he already established himself in the worldwide, Eddie has not disclosed anything about his love affairs and married and wife.
However, he once got engaged to his girlfriend, Dena in late 2013 and then decided to get married soon in 2014. But they weren’t getting married, because of some controversies of Eddie
However, Huang engaged with his fiance in a Twitter exchange on his account with @BlackGirlDanger, where he defended his comments, which called "misogynoir." He then tweeted "are we dating cause you wildin, lol" and offered to take her out on a date. So, there was plenty to be angry about, and around Christmas 2014, his fiancé, Dena, their relationship chronicled in his new book, left him.
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Later, he started swirling around Lena Sanvito whom he asserted as his wife in social media. Back on 7 April 2013, he shared a picture with her with a plate of hamburgers where he stated 'Wifey got the hamburgers.' Concerning his social updates, he led an alleged relationship with Lena.
Similarly, on 28 August 2013, he posted another image with Lena and captioned, 'Washington is for wifey,' which hinted their possible romantical bond.
Eddie Huang with his alleged wife, Lena in 2013 (Photo: Instagram)
Despite his social updates, neither of them officially confirmed of their relationship and the stories that surfaced in the media regarding their affairs remained mysterious.
As of now, he relishes the single life with no traces of probable love life.
Huang Revealed His Sexual Harassment
Eddie Huang, the author and a host of Viceland’s Huang’s World disclosed in November 2017 that he was sexually assaulted in his young age which he kept secret for over a couple of decades. In an article for New York magazine’s The Cut, he revealed that the incident occurred during Baptist church the ski trip when he was 14-years-old.
According to him, a chaperone came to his bunkhouse and asked to use the shower. Eddie recalled that chaperone performed sexually explicit activities in front of him which made him panic that turned to outrage and ultimately humiliation. At first, he only told a few people about the incident but went public after the allegations against Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein.
This versatile man, Eddie was born in Washington DC on March 1, 1982, as Edwyn Charles "Eddie" Huang. He belongs to the Asian ethnicity and holds an American nationality. He is also one of the handsome with his matching of height 5 feet 10 inches and also well-made-up body shape and size.
He was born to his parents; Louis and Jessica who raised him in the United States during his childhood. His parents moved to the United States as immigrants in 1970s.