My Kitchen Rules Judge Colin Fassnidge's Net Worth

Colin Fassnidge has appeared as a judge in My Kitchen Rules ( Source : instagram )

Colin Fassnidge has replaced Gordon Ramsay in Kitchen Nightmares. People want to know Colin's net worth because he is the successor to Ramsay, who has a sizable fortune.

Colin Fassnidge, the chef, has never been shy about expressing his opinions. Since 2013, he has served as the harsh judge on My Kitchen Rules, but as the host of a new show called Kitchen Nightmares Australia, he is showcasing a whole different side of himself.

Colin travels the nation to try to turn around failing restaurants in the Australian adaption of the namesake UK and US show starring fierce British superchef Gordon Ramsay. But even though Colin won't hold back, don't anticipate hearing Gordon's infamously foul-mouthed outbursts.

For now, let's find out the net worth of Colin through the article here. 

Quick Facts

Full NameColin Fassnidge
ProfessionChef and author
Age48 years old
Birth PlaceDublin, Ireland
WifeJane Hyland
Net Worth$6 million
Known ForMy Kitchen Rules

Colin Fassnidge Net Worth 

According to some sources, Colin Fassnidge's net worth is estimated to be around $6 million. On Kitchen Nightmares Australia, Colin has stepped into Gordon Ramsay's shoes to repair malfunctioning restaurants.

Ramsay's net worth is astoundingly high at $220 million, thanks to his television programs, restaurants, and investments. Moreover, as per reports, he earned $225,000 per episode in Kitchen Nightmares. So, we believe that Colin might also earn in the same range as a judge of the show. 

Manu, Matt, and Gary, the three My Kitchen Rule judges, reportedly made $1 million a year each, while Colin allegedly made about $600,000. Colin is a family man who is a devoted supporter of numerous organizations, including Oz Harvest and the Starlight Children's Foundation. 

Colin had operated the restaurants Four in Hand & 4Fourteen.
Colin had operated the restaurants Four in Hand & 4Fourteen. ( Source : instagram )

During the coronavirus outbreak, Colin made an endearing offer to Sydneysiders who were suffering: free takeout from his Sydney restaurant. Sydney food suppliers also contributed to the effort to feed as many people as possible.

Colin was driven to assist OzHarvest in reaching the $3 million CEO CookOffTM target in order to provide an additional 6 million meals to hungry and disadvantaged Australians.

Colin volunteered to prepare a meal for ten people as a prize for the person who recommends the most CEOs and business executives to participate in the CEO CookOffTM 2019.

Colin Fassnidge Assets 

According to Daily Mail Australia, Colin purchased a $1.8 million home in the Malabar neighborhood of south-eastern Sydney in 2015. The home has enough living and kitchen space. The residence improved over his previous Matraville residence, which was put up for auction later that month.

It happened while Colin was preparing to sell his previous residence, a house in Little Bay's Matraville that, according to Property Observer, was initially bought for $595,000 in 2011. The Malabar home is 481 square meters in size and has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There is the flooring in the kitchen and corridors leading to the living spaces, which are primarily carpeted. Colin, his family, and the two-story house have a stunning view of Malabar Beach from the lowest floor. 

A large verandah can be accessed from a living room on the top level that is ornamented with a surfboard on the wall. The house also has an incredible garden. The home provided extra space for the chef, his wife Jane Hyland, and their children Lily and Maeve.

Who Is Colin Fassnidge?

Colin, a famous chef who was born in Dublin, is a master of pub food. His resume is distinguished and outstanding, and he is frequently introduced to the public as a well-known apprentice of the legend Raymond Blanc.

However, if you take away the titles and draw on his Celtic heritage, you'll find the chef's true culinary identity. It is founded on a concept that honors healthy food that is adorned with the goodness of Irish cooking.

In 1994, he started his career at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in London, where he finished his apprenticeship working for his hero, Raymond Blanc. Colin decided to combine his love of travel with his career, staying in London for five years before moving to Australia.

Colin currently hosts Kitchen Nightmares
Colin currently hosts Kitchen Nightmares ( Source : instagram )

Colin began working at some of Sydney's most renowned restaurants after moving here in 1999, including Banc and est. Colin and his wife Jane, a native of Northern Ireland, met while both were working at est.

From October 2005 until January 2016, Colin served as the executive chef at The Four in Hand Dining Room, a two-hatted establishment, and from 2011 to 2018, at 4Fourteen, a four-hat establishment.

Chef of the Year for GQ Magazine in 2013, Colin published his first cookbook, Four Kitchens, in 2014 and is a regular contributor to Delicious Magazine. His second cookbook, The Commonsense Cook, was released in 2020.

Some FAQs

Is Colin Fassnidge still married?

He is married to Jane Hyland. They first connected while working at the same restaurant.

Does Colin Fassnidge have children?

He has two children; Meeve and Lily Fassnidge. He resides in Sydney with them.

Where is chef Colin from?

He was born in Dublin. However, he holds Irish-Australian nationality.

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