Justin E. Wilson was a Southern American chef and humorist known for his brand of Cajun-inspired cuisine, humor and storytelling.
|Born:||Justin E. Wilson, April 24, 1914, Roseland, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Died:||September 5, 2001, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Resting place:||Port Vincent Community Cemetery. Port Vincent, Livingston Parish, Louisiana|
|Known for:||Cajun humorist and chef|
|Spouse(s):||Sara Rhody Wilson (Deceased), Jeannine Meeds Wilson (Divorced)|
|Parent(s):||Harry D. Wilson, Louisiana Agriculture Commissioner (1869-1948), Olivette Mintern Toadvin Wilson|
|Relatives:||Brother-in-law Bolivar Edwards Kemp, Jr, Louisiana Attorney General (1948-1952)|
|Website:||Justin Wilson (chef)’s Official site|
|IMDb:||Justin Wilson (chef)’s IMDb|
About Justin Wilson
American celebrity chef who entertained audiences with his homespun tales of Cajun cooking.
He worked as a safety engineer in his early days and became known for his humorous lectures on what was otherwise a dry subject.
He pursued a career as a professional comedian, recording several comedy albums and appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show.
His father, Harry D. Wilson, was a conservative State Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry.
He and Paul Proudhomme were both celebrity chefs and Cajun cuisine specialists.
Information related to Justin Wilson (chef)
- Louisiana cuisine
- Writers from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Cajun people
- American television chefs
- American cookbook writers
- American humorists
- American chefs
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