The Chopped Champions 2010 champion Madison Cowan uses his passion for food and presents his skills through preparing delicate cuisine inspired by many cultures. The champion also runs his Culinary based company called Madison Cowan LLC. As of 2021, the chef is set to participate as one of the elite chefs in the Tournament of the Champions season 2 airing on March 2021.
Tournament of the Champions
On March 15th, 2021, Guy Fieri's Tournament of Champions II released the lineup of all the elite chefs competing with each other via Twitter.
Chopped Champions 2010 champion Madison Cowan was set against an Indian-American chef Maneet Chauhan. The episode showcasing the two chefs was aired on April 4th, 2021, where Chauhan prepared Saag Kofta and Cowan prepared Bison Bulgogi.
Tournament of Champions is back! Watch Sunday 3/7 at 8p ET on @FoodNetwork, and stream an extended premiere episode only on @discoveryplus! Plus, don’t miss the all new #TournamentofChampions aftershow on #discoveryplus pic.twitter.com/frHhce03mZ — Madison Cowan (@_MadisonCowan) February 27, 2021
According to the judges, Cowan's dish lacked cohesion, and as a result, Chauhan defeated Cowan with a score of 83-76.
Chopped Champions Winner
The Food Network series Chopped Champions was a life-changing experience for Cowan. He defeated the other four participants from making the best meals out of the supplied ingredients. The star chef took a cash prize of $50,000 to his home back in 2010.
How much is Madison Cowan’s Net Worth?
The primary source of Cowan's net worth depends on his career as a chef. According to Glassdoor, the average salary of a chef is around $41K per year. Although Cowan has not disclosed any details of his earnings, his net worth is undoubtedly more than a million dollars.
Cowan is Married!
The star chef enjoys his personal space whenever he is with his wife and their daughter. Cowan dated his longtime girlfriend for almost four years before getting married. As it turns out, his wife's name is Helene, and they have a daughter named Celia.
Because every young girl should feel and be treated like a #president's daughter... if only for a little while. #ObamaLegacy pic.twitter.com/ET4NgNAoDK — Madison Cowan (@_MadisonCowan) January 14, 2017
Cowan’s Association with Alzheimer’s Disease:
Cowan has always been supportive of the events that are related to Alzheimer's. The chef learned about the illness when his late father was the victim of the disease.
He even appeared on CBS TV and its association for the event, The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End, Alzheimer. The planned public gathering was organized to raise awareness, care, and support for the victim diagnosed with the disease.
Cowan celebrates his birthday on 18th February every year. Cowan was born in South London to a Jamaican father and African-American mother. Madison always loved being around the kitchen, and his passion for cooking began right at the age of fourteen. The chef credits his late mother for inspiring him to cook.
She made certain I knew my way round the kitchen and would never depend on anyone for a meal. Same advice I now impart to my own child.
According to Cowan's tweet on April 4th, 2020, his mother passed away due to Dementia.