Justin Schofield is one of the most recognized personalities in the Australian culinary world. Known for her simple and elegant cooking style, she has established her name as a renowned presenter at Australia’s major food events and a successful cookbook author. Additionally, she is an ambassador for major international brands and tourism destinations.
As a cookbook author, she has published books like Dinner With Justine, The Weeknight Cookbook, and Simple Every Day.
Justine Schofield’s Wiki: Age & Parents
Justin Schofield was born on 29th October 1985 in Sydney, Australia. She has completed a diploma in hotel management.
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Her family includes her father, Colin; mother, Francoise Schofield; and an older brother, Clarence.
Justine Schofield with her mother Francoise Schofield on 13th May 2018 (Source: Justine Schofield's Instagram)
Her brother, Clarence, is married to his wife, Claire. The couple gave birth to triplet girls; Mabel, Poppy, and Nora in March 2018.
Relationship With Partner
Justine Schofield dated Channel Seven's presenter Matt Doran previously.
The former-couple met for the first time at a Channel 10 function in 2014. Though it was difficult for the pair to maintain their relationship since Justine was based in Sydney and Matt Doran worked in the USA, they tried their best to visit each other as many times as possible. Justine also first traveled to the USA in 2009 to visit Matt.
However, after enduring a long-distance relationship, the couple broke up in 2017. Their break up news was revealed to The Daily Telegraph by a close friend of Justine.
Career & TV Works
Justine Schofield was passionate about cooking from a young age. As a child, instead of playing outdoors with the neighborhood kids, she used to spend weekends in the kitchen with her French mother and her grandmother, who excelled in classical French cuisine.
After finishing her education, she worked in a sales position but soon decided to follow her two great passions; food and travel.
Luckily, she got the opportunity to participate in the first season of the Australian competitive cooking game show, Masterchef Australia, in 2009. She competed in the show, amazing judges with the extent of her food knowledge and her calm and organized approach to cooking. She ended up in the fourth position among 7000 applicants.
Then in 2011, she began hosting her own show titled Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield on Network 10, which became a big hit with its successive seasons.
In 2012, she also participated as a contestant in the TV series, Masterchef Australia All-Stars. In 2016, she appeared in the TV series Tropical Gourmet: New Caledonia, and in 2018 she appeared in the TV mini-series documentaries like Tropical Gourmet Queensland, Outback Gourmet, and Justine’s Flavours of Fuji.