Tony Scherber Biography
Tony Scherber Age, Birthday
Tony was born in South Korea but Raised in Minneapolis The United States of America. He has not revealed any information regarding his exact age, date of birth, birthday and Zodiac Sign.
Tony Scherber Wife
Tony is presumably single and not married. He has kept details surrounding his Love life and relationships of the limelight. There is no online publication that has linked him Romantically to anyone. We can therefore not confirm if he is married, Single, in a Relationship or Divorced.
Tony Scherber Education
Tony attended Schools in the United States of America. He graduated from high school with good grades and has his Highschool Diploma. It is not known if he attended college, or not. He has kept information regarding his educational Life and Level of Academic excellence away from the public eye.
Tony Scherber Parents, Siblings
Tony’s Family Migrated to the United States when he was still Young. He was raised by both his father and adoptive mother. It was his Adoptive mother who loved cooking dishes from an old Korean cookbook and taught Tony how to cook. He can trace his ancestral background back to South Korea.
He moved to Minnesota alongside his adaptive Brother and was instantly immersed in two Cultures. Not Much is known about his Father and Family.
Tony Scherber Height, Weight
Scherber stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs around 70Kgs.
Tony Scherber Wikipedia
Scherber gained popularity after he made his television debut on the First Season of the PBS tv Show he Great American Recipe. Tony now works as a Social Media Manager in Minneapolis and enjoys blogging about food, entertaining friends and family with home-cooked meals, and discovering new restaurants. The burgeoning food scene in Minneapolis, as well as his travels, have introduced him to the world of international cuisines. Tony’s signature dish reflects his love of big, bold flavours: Korean Gochujang chicken tacos with kimchi.
Born in born in South Korea and raised in Minneapolis he has a deep passion for cooking his ancestral meals and connects to his roots through this. According to him, His Step-mom used to cook dishes from an old Korean cookbook to help her stay connected to his birth culture. Despite Loving Cooking all throughout his life he always aspired to be a chef but did not go to culinary school.