Logan Guleff Biography
(Youngest Winner of MasterChef Junior)
Birthday: July 20, 2002 (Cancer)
Born In: Memphis, Tennessee
Logan Guleff is an American culinary prodigy, chef, television personality and cookbook author who became the youngest winner of FOX’s reality cooking competition, ‘MasterChef Junior’, beating 20,000 contestants. At the age of 9, he won the ‘Jif Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest’ and made an appearance on NBC’s ‘The Today Show’. Along with his mother, he dined at the White House as the Tennessee champion of the ‘Healthy Lunchtime Challenge’, sponsored by First Lady Michelle Obama, and shook hands with the President and the First Lady. He has been featured on Ramin Ganeshram's cookbook ‘FutureChefs: Recipes by Tomorrow's Cooks Across the Nation and the World’. In 2013, he became the only kid judge to be certified by the Memphis World Championship BBQ committee. He also became the youngest judge at the ‘World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest’ in 2015. In 2016, he was named in the ‘30 Most Influential Teen’ list by ‘Time’ magazine and the ‘18 Under 18' list by ‘Fortune’ magazine. He visited India as the mascot of the Young Chef Olympiad 2017. He wrote the very first graphic novel adventure cookbook, ‘Logan's Chef Notes and Half Baked Tales - Cooking Dreams’, illustrated by Cindy Tan.