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Date of Birth: 1991
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Michael Christiansen

Michael Christiansen is a Canadian Chef, who earned his fame by winning the gold-medal in the 39th Concours International des Jeunes Chefs Rôtisseurs Competition in Budapest, Hungary. The 24 years old won the annual international competition that pits chefs under the age of 27 with less than five years of professional experience against each other in 2015. He also had early culinary successes, winning a $10,000 Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship in 2014, as well as the Canadian Jeunes Chefs Competition which qualified him to compete in Budapest. He graduated from Red Rover College’s culinary arts program in 2012, and moved to Burnaby in B.C, where he currently works as a chef at The Pear Tree Restaurant.