The celebrity chef Christine Cushing is a married woman and has been married to Bosko Scepanovic, a Toronto-based realtor.
The star chef, maintaining her privacy, hasn’t revealed much about her marriage, but the couple is often seen sharing each other’s pictures on social media.
Crushing’s husband, Scepanovic, is a Canadian real estate broker working at Sotheby’s International Realty Canada. His Instagram handle suggests he is a great supporter of his wife’s work and often makes Instagram posts regarding her shows.
Despite no factual information regarding their family details, the couple doesn’t seem to have children when evaluating their social media presence. However, the happy couple frequently shares their outdoor adventures and their gatherings with their close ones through social media.
Career and Net Worth
Christine Cushing is a well-known culinary personality who has established herself as a prominent figure through several television cook shows. Beginning her television career in 1998, she made her debut with the show Dish It Out, a Life Network’s cooking show, and ran the show for three whole seasons.
While her career was going full speed, she went on to work with Food Network Canada for two consecutive shows - Christine Cushing Live from 2001 to 2005 and Cook With Me from 2005 to 2006.
Some of Cushing’s notable shows include- Fearless in the Kitchen and Confucius Was a Foodie. At the same time, her most recent show is Wall of Chefs, a Food Network show that premiered on February 3, 2020.
Besides, she is an author of the two bestselling cookbooks, such as Fearless in the Kitchen and Dish It Out, and published her third book, Pure Food, in 2007.
Furthermore, given her successful career as an excellent chef, her estimated net worth is said to be 6 million dollars, as per a source.
Born on May 9, 1964, in Greece, Cushing grew up in Canada. Her entire family had moved to Canada when she was mealy one-year-old. Her passion for cooking began sprouting from a young age, so she practiced cooking as a child.
However, she received her education in linguistics at the University of Toronto and enrolled in George Brown College for Food and Beverage Management Program in 1986. Besides, she graduated as a top student from Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne in the program Grand Diploma in Paris.