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Bravo Posts Top Chef Masters Videos

To promote Top Chef Masters, which makes its series debut June 10, Bravo has posted videos introducing the show's chefs, an impressive list of industry names that includes Michael Chiarello, Roy Yamaguchi, Art Smith, and Rick Bayless.

The videos provide an amusing glimpse into the worlds of many of these acclaimed chefs. It's reassuring to know that Michael Chiarello has never met a Butterfinger bar he didn't like; that Wylie Dufresne had high hopes to be a professional athlete; and that Roy Yamaguchi got into cooking when he signed up for high school home ec so he could meet girls.

Check out the Michael Chiarello clip below, as well as the rest of the video introductions. Do these clips leave you with high hopes for Top Chef Masters?

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ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i actually can't wait to see it. i think that the stress and pressure of the whole 'top chef' concept will be nice to see through the lens of a pro
spacebear spacebear 7 years
i'm so excited for this!
spacebear spacebear 7 years
i'm so excited for this!
Kelliegrl Kelliegrl 7 years
I was a bit skeptical of this idea for a show, but now that I know Michael Chiarello will be on, I will check it out. I used to love his show on PBS some years back. Art Smith is also a cool guy.
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