Nilou Motamed Biography
Nilou Motamed is an Iranian-born American television personality well known for being a judge on Top Chef. She will be a judge on the new show Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend which will be aired on June 15, 2022, on Netflix. She is also a magazine editor. Here is all you need to know about Nilou Motamed Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Husband, Children, Education, Religion, Parents, Wikipedia, Instagram, Twitter, Net worth
Nilou Motamed Age, Birthday
She was born in 1971 in Tehran, Iran. She is estimated to be in her early 50s. The exact date that she celebrates her birthday is not known to the public. Her zodiac sign is not known at the moment.
Nilou Motamed Husband
She is married to her husband Peter Jon Lindberg, a magazine journalist. The two met while working together at Travel + Leisure magazine. They then got married three years after they met. They have been blessed with two children, Dahlia and Kole.
She did her high school education and graduated. Motamed then joined Binghamton University in upstate New York, where she attained her dual degrees in Political Science and Philosophy. She is fluent in four languages English, Persian, French, and Spanish
Nilou Motamed Parents
She was born in Tehran and raised in Iran. After the Iranian Revolution, her family fled to Paris and later to New York. She has managed to keep her family life away from the media.
Nilou Motamed Religion
She was born in Tehran and then raised in Iran. However, her religion is not known to the public. She has not revealed anything concerning her religion.
Nilou Motamed Height, Weight
She stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall. (EST)
Nilou Motamed Wikipedia
In 2000, she joined Travel + Leisure as Associate Editor. She was then promoted to Food Editor and ultimately to Features Director & Senior Correspondent. She was also directing Travel + Leisure’s culinary and restaurant coverage.
Her show Travel + Leisure food coverage got to be nominated for eight James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards. Motamed also collaborated with CNN and came up with Travel + Leisure’s “Eat Like a Local” social, special, digital, combining print, and broadcast on a global food platform. She has hosted Tv series like Travel Spies, and Reservations Required.
In 2013, she was appointed as editor-in-chief of Epicurious, Condé Nast’s digital food site. In 2015, she became the first-ever Director of Inspiration for Conrad Hotels & Resorts, where she reimagined the guest concierge programs and experiences for 24 luxury hotel properties around the globe. Motamed created and curated the brand’s “1/3/5” collection of local experiences.
Nilou Motamed Net worth
Her net worth is estimated to be around $ 1 million or more. He career is her main source of income.