Toby Young is back for the sixth season of "Top Chef" to lend his culinary expertise to the judges table.

Toby Young is a British journalist and the author of "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People" and "The Sound of No Hands Clapping." In 1991, Young founded and edited the Modern Review with Julie Burchill and her then-husband Cosmo Landesman. Young moved to New York in 1995 to work for Vanity Fair, where he was a contributing editor until 1998. Now back in London, Young is an associate editor of The Spectator and a special correspondent for GQ. For five years, Young served as the restaurant critic of the Evening Standard magazine.

Young has appeared as a judge on a variety of food reality programs, including "Hell's Kitchen," "Kitchen Criminals" and most recently, a 20-part BBC series called "Eating With The Enemy." In addition, Young was a contestant on "Come Dine With Me," a popular Channel 4 reality show, which he won.

Young has performed in the West End in a stage adaptation of "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," and, in 2005, co-wrote a sex farce called "Who's the Daddy?" that was named Best New Comedy at the 2006 Theatregoers' Choice Awards. Young co-produced the film version of "How to Lose Friends & Alienate People" which was released worldwide in October 2008.

Young lives in West London with his wife and four children.


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Age: 53 years old
Birthday: October 17, 1963
Full Name / Real Name: Toby Daniel Moorsom Young
Birthplace: Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Wife: Caroline Bondy

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