With “Man v Food Nation”, “Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America” and “Fandemonium” Adam not only hosted but co-Executive Produced.His next show on Travel Channel, Man Finds Food, in which he stars and produces, will premiere April 1, 2015.In 2014 he hosted NBC’s new food competition show “Food Fighters,” which delivered the biggest regularly scheduled week-one to week-two gain in it’s demographic for any new series on the Big 4 networks in several years. Adam’s first book, “America the Edible” (Rodale Publishing), hit stands November 9, 2010 and his second book “Straight-Up Tasty” (Clarkson Potter), will be on stands May 12, 2015.
Aside from TV, Adam has acted in numerous theater productions in NY and a variety of TV shows.
The table is set for the ultimate culinary clash in this one part cooking competition, one part game show. Food") will give homegrown amateur cooks the chance to test their skills against professional chefs.
Every down-home cook has that one signature dish or secret family recipe that always gains favor with friends and family.
grew up in the food Mecca of New York City and began his love affair with food early on, sampling all of the diverse culinary specialties The Big Apple had to offer.
From samosas to sushi, even at a young age, Adam had a desire to taste it all.
Years later, as an undergraduate at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, Adam began a food journal to document the standout food establishments he was discovering throughout the Southeastern U. Though he majored in International Studies, his love of all things edible naturally drew him into the culinary world after graduation.
Subsequently, he built a solid resume working in nearly every echelon of the restaurant world, from coast-to-coast and from the counter to the kitchen.
Though he never trained professionally, Adam was able to gain invaluable on-the-job experience in the various restaurants he worked in.
After earning a master’s degree in Fine Art from Yale University’s School of Drama, Adam traveled the United States acting in many regional theaters.
The nature of his work allowed him to feed his appetite for the best local dishes across America – all of which found their way into his food journal.
In 2008, Adam began hosting “Man v Food” for the Travel Channel, which quickly became their highest rated show.